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Now pay for fuel through ICICI Bank FASTag at Indian Oil fuel stations

Indian Oil and ICICI Bank have joined hands to provide enhanced contact-less and cashless fuelling experience at Indian Oil forecourts
Now pay for fuel through ICICI Bank FASTag at Indian Oil fuel stations
Now pay for fuel through ICICI Bank FASTag at Indian Oil fuel stations

New Delhi: Indian Oil and ICICI Bank have joined hands to provide enhanced contactless and cashless fuelling experience at Indian Oil forecourts. ICICI Bank FASTag users can now enjoy a fully digitised experience at Indian Oil’s fuel stations which will reduce wait time for customers.

This system is integrated with Indian Oil’s automation system which removes any manual intervention during the fuelling process. This integration allows for payment of petrol, diesel, and SERVO Lubricants through ICICI Bank FASTag. Under the first phase of this initiative, 3000 Indian Oil retail outlets will be covered across India.

Launching this customer offering, Indian Oil’s Chairman Shrikant Madhav Vaidya said, “The launch of Indian Oil ICICI Bank FASTag Payments is a significant leap to strengthen the aspirations of digital India as Indian Oil and ICICI Bank join hands with FASTag to provide an enhanced fuelling experience for customers. Through this rollout, ICICI Bank FASTag users can enjoy an entirely digitised experience at Indian Oil's fuel stations. This system is integrated with Indian Oil's automation system, which removes manual intervention during the procurement of petrol, diesel, or SERVO lubricants through ICICI Bank FASTag at Indian Oil Retail Outlets. I must also underscore that this partnership stands as a testimony to our commitment towards an Aatmanirbhar Bharat as it leverages the indigenously developed FAStag technology.”

To avail of this facility, customers must inform the customer attendant while fuelling, who will then scan the vehicle’s FASTag or car number plate. The customer will then receive an OTP to validate the transaction. The transaction will be completed when the OTP is entered into the POS machine.

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