One Touch Emergency Response Launches PAN India on-call Emergency Help Desk service at Rs. 50/month

One Touch EmergencyOne Touch Emergency Response has introduced first of its kind 24 X 7 PAN India Emergency Assist Helpline dedicated to provide assurance, safety and security to subscribers when in distress.

On calling the Emergency Assist Helpline the subscriber receives On-call assistance for handling the situation, 3 way conferencing and coordination with the local police, hospitals, fire stations, taxi services and other external agencies and coordination with emergency contacts.

The OTER Command & Control Centre will provide 24 X 7 quick response and coordination through a well-researched and verified database of third parties such as over 1500 local police stations, nearly 1000 hospitals / nursing homes and ambulance services, 600 taxi services and 350 fire stations etc.

This key information is available with OTER for over 65 major metros including Amritsar, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore and Chennai.

With a well-established Emergency Response Service already in place within the Delhi NCR, OTER’s on call assistance services are now available across major Indian metros. While the Physical Response Service (within NCR only) is available at a cost of Rs. 250/- per month, the PAN India on-call Emergency Help Desk service costs Rs. 50/- per month.

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April 24, 2014 7:54 pm 7:54 PM

Why pay for these services when we can dial 112 and 911 without the SIM?.

April 24, 2014 11:37 pm 11:37 PM

Coz 112 and 911 doesn’t work in a third world country like India sir.. trust me.. we live in a third world country 🙂

April 25, 2014 8:44 am 8:44 AM

It is working. If you do not get any signal, then how will it work?. You must get the signal of any operator to make those calls. Understod?. Do not comment here without trying.

April 26, 2014 8:47 pm 8:47 PM

911 or 112 works only on very few Indian Mobile Networks.
In most cases it doesn’t work.

Alekh Khanna
April 25, 2014 12:03 pm 12:03 PM

911 does not work in India.

April 24, 2014 7:52 pm 7:52 PM

Not going to be a fruitful nature.