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How To Receive Latest Petrol Diesel Rates On Mobile Through SMS


Petrol and diesel rates in the country vary from state to state

Did you know you can receive the current fuel prices in different parts of the country on your mobile? State-run Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) – the country’s largest fuel retailer – enables users to receive information on current prices of petrol and diesel in an SMS. All you have to do is send an SMS in a particular format to the service number 9224992249. At present, oil marketing companies – such as Indian Oil – review the retail prices of petrol and diesel on a daily basis, and implement any changes with effect from 6 am. Fuel rates vary from region to region due to local taxes. 

So what is the format of this SMS? For example, to find out about the current fuel rates applicable in the national capital, send the following text to 9224992249:

RSP 102072

In the text above, notice that there is space between “RSP” and “102072”, and the number is a “dealer code” assigned to New Delhi.

Let’s relook at the format. It is: 

RSP<space>petrol pump dealer code

Here’s a list of dealer codes you can choose from:

City SMS Text
New Delhi RSP 102072
Mumbai RSP 108412
Chennai RSP 133593
Kolkata RSP 119941
Agartala RSP 159850
Aizwal RSP 160181
Ambala RSP 102049
Bangalore RSP 118219
Bhopal RSP 169398
Bhubhaneswar RSP 124305
Chandigarh RSP 102790
Daman RSP 177747
Dehradun RSP 161143
Faridabad RSP 102287
Gandhinagar RSP 218671
Gangtok RSP 159289
Ghaziabad RSP 154410
Gurgaon RSP 102082
Guwahati RSP 159571
Hyderabad RSP 134483
Imphal RSP 159875
Itanagar RSP 160647
Jaipur RSP 123143
Jammu RSP 108726
Jullunder RSP 108743
Kohima RSP 160154
Lucknow RSP 155054
Noida RSP 155444
Panjim RSP 125676
Patna RSP 166873
Pondicherry RSP 135299
Port Blair RSP 220191
Raipur RSP 169751
Ranchi RSP 166751
Shillong RSP 159828
Shimla RSP 109295
Silvasa RSP 112114
Srinagar RSP 109536
Trivandrum RSP 124923
Vijayawada RSP 127611
Visakhapatnam RSP 127290
(Source: iocl.com)

State-run companies Indian Oil Corporation, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum account for the majority of fuel pumps in the country. 

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