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Book your gas cylinders through Amazon; Check out the steps

Amazon India has partnered with Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited to make it easier for customers to book and pay ...
Book your gas cylinders through Amazon; Check out the steps

Amazon India has partnered with Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited to make it easier for customers to book and pay for their HP Gas cylinder refill. Customers will be able to do the bookings simply through the Amazon website. Users can go to the Amazon Pay tab on their Amazon website/app book the cylinder and pay using any digital mode such as UPI, Credit Cards, Debit Cards, and Net-banking.

Mahendra Nerurkar, CEO, Amazon Pay said , “As part of our commitment to our customers, we are constantly innovating and creating new experiences to make digital payments seamless across a variety of use cases. Most of the customers prefer to pay via cash for their LPG cylinder. Our partnership with Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited will simplify the booking and payment experience for cooking gas and benefit millions of consumers.”

Check out how to book gas cylinder through Amazon: 

In order to book a gas, users can click on the ‘LPG’ category under the Amazon Pay tab or “Pay Bills” tab on the homepage. 

Enter their HP GAS registered mobile number or 17 - digit LPG ID to get the refill charges against the Booking ID.

After booking, user will get confirmation on SMS along with the details of the distributors.

Once saved details, customers will not have to enter it every time to make payment. 

Customers making payment through Amazon Pay, could get a cashback of up to Rs 50.

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