Currently customers can buy only diesel from ‘My Petrol Pump’; Rs. 99 charge will be levied for 100 litres of fuel
After the daily price revision now the home delivery of fuel has also started in India. Initially available in select areas of Bengaluru, customers can buy diesel only as of now. Petrol is expected to be available at later stage from the My Petrol Pump. Also, customers will be charged a Rs. 99 for the home delivery of fuel up to 100 litres, but the fuel price will be same as at any fuel station.
The My Petrol Pump offers both pick up and doorstep delivery of fuel to the customers. This service is being offered by a start-up based out of Bengaluru called ANB Fuels Private Limited. While the buyers will be levied a home delivery charge of Rs. 99 for up to 100 litre, above that quantity customers will have to pay Rs. 1 per litre over the fuel price.
The customers can pay the price by cash or using PoS (Point of Sale) machines swiping credit or debit cards during delivery. Customers will be able to pre-book the required quantity of diesel online or by calling the number given on the company’s official website. Not only that, ANB Fuels Private Limited is also working on mobile apps for both Android and iOS platforms that will enable the customers to order fuel using their smartphones.
The Bengaluru-based company claims that it gets fuel from authorised dealers of the oil companies and therefore there is no compromise in the fuel quality. Also, the customers can cancel the delivery before the delivery process begins without paying any cancellation charge. Not only the ANB Fuels Private Limited, but another Bengaluru-based company Ready Assist is also delivering fuel to doorstep of the customers and that provides both petrol and diesel.
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Interestingly, just a few days ago India experienced the implementation of daily fuel price revision system across the country after being run as pilot project in select cities. While announcing this system few months back, government of India also said that it is planning to implement the fuel home delivery system in the country.
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