Bharat Gas has introduced offers that are very innovative to attract more customers. It has been calculated that they serve more than 30 million households in India. They have more than 49 new filling plants which are used to bottle Bharat Gas cylinders, to cater to the needs of these 30 million customers.
You can now pick up your cooking fuel in a mini 5 kg cylinder by provide proof of identity along with the application for pick up and required fees.
(Note: Prices mentioned below are updated from 01 January 2018)
When you buy a domestic Bharatgas cylinder, you will be required to make the following security deposit
Bharat Gas New connection prices, cost of the gas regulator and cylinder refills are described below:
Goods and Services Tax (GST) has radically changed the prices of all the goods and services we avail in our daily lives within the country.
Instead of charging multiple taxes like excise duty, additional customs duty, surcharges, service tax, and other such charges, the government will now levy a single tax on the citizens, GST.
The new GST regime affects almost all industries. One of the significant changes brought about in the pricing in the country is on the prices of gas. The new GST taxation structure resulted in an increase in the domestic gas prices and reduction in the commercial gas prices.
GST Bill is considered as a milestone with respect to taxation in the country. The main motive of the bill was to avoid the rampant 'double-taxation.' The GST Bill was approved on 29th March 2017 and the deadline for complete implementation was 1st July. With the implementation of the GST Bill, some goods will become cheaper while others will become dearer depending on the tax slab the goods or services fall in. The GST Bill introduced five tax slabs, namely, 0%,5%,12%,18%,25%. The rationale behind implementing multiple tax slabs was that necessary goods and services must not be charged with the same tax as luxury goods.
The GST Bill had two components; first is the taxes levied by the Centre is known as CGST and the other component being the taxes levied on the state, known as SGST. Only goods and services that are exempted from GST are the necessary goods which are mostly consumed by the low-earning families. Both Centre and State have the jurisdiction to prescribe the tax rate for commodities and services since the implementation of GST widely depends on the receptiveness from the public.
The impacts of GST on Domestic Bharat Gas cylinders are listed below:
An increase of Rs.32 per cylinder on domestic LPG prices happened post the implementation of GST Rule.
This is considered to be the steepest hike in domestic gas prices in India. The last time that such an increase was recorded was on 25 June 2011, when the price of domestic subsidized LPG rose by Rs.50 due to the rise in international oil prices.
Each year only twelve subsidized cylinders are given to each household. After exhausting the 12 subsidized cylinders, customers will have to pay the market price of the cylinder and pay tax 18% GST on the cylinder price.
Services provided by the company like inspection of the gas cylinder, installation, and other such mandatory charges will also attract 18% GST rate.
States that were not charging any form of taxes on domestic gas cylinders will also come under the GST rule. Such states will now witness an increase in domestic LPG cylinders prices by Rs.12 to Rs.15 per cylinder.
You can get a New Bharat gas Connection from any part of India. To get a new connection, you have to register your request online and acquire a registration number. You can use the registration number to track the status of your gas connection online.
If you don't wish to register online, you can go to the nearest Bharat gas distributor along with your identity and address proof and fill out the Know Your Customer form. The distributor will then register your name and you will be given a reference number acknowledging the registration.
The consumers are required to submit a set of documents while submitting their application form. Here's the list of documents that are required to be submitted while applying for a new LPG connection.
Government Issued Photo ID
House Registration Document
Bank Account Passbook
Credit/Debit Card Statement
You can book Bharatgas by calling 1800-22-4344 at any time of the day. The cylinder gets delivered within two hours for a nominal fee of Rs.25. Deliveries are generally made from 9 am to 9 pm. The refill is delivered within the next 2 hours. This service is available in these cities:
The essential documents you’ll receive after getting a new Bharatgas connection are:
Subscription voucher (SV)
Domestic Consumer Gas Card booklet
LPG Safety Book
Visit the authorized LPG distributor
Visit the Bharatgas official website and apply for a new connection online
The parts of your new gas connection are that must be checked before usage are:
An LPG cylinder with a self-closing valve
A pressure regulator
A gas stove
Visit Bharatgas official website and enter all your details. You will be asked to submit an Identity proof and proof of address, please scan and upload these documents. After the registration process, you will be allowed to make a payment online and get a new LPG connection.
Yes. You can reach the Bharatgas customer service department at 1800-22-4344.