1. Indian version of 911-style emergency response service signs 10,000+ subscribers

Indian version of 911-style emergency response service signs 10,000+ subscribers

10,000+ subscribers have received benefits from India's first of its 911-style, One Touch Response (OTR) Emergency Services.

By: | Published: June 2, 2015 4:45 PM

10,000+ subscribers have received benefits from India’s first of its 911-style, One Touch Response (OTR) Emergency Services.

The service, accessible via the OTR app or on the phone, offers a single point of contact for all emergencies such as road rage situations, stalking, eve-teasing, physical threat, being stranded on the road late at night, being caught in a minor or major accident, fire or a medical situation, be it at home or on the road.

Founder of One Touch Response, Arvind Khanna said that they had launched the service for employees of large corporates.

Many of these employees enquired about One Touch Response for their family members and when employees use OTR they recognize that in times of emergencies, professionally trained response can make all the difference, he further added.

Following the successful response in Delhi-NCR, the on ground physical assistance service would now be extended to 6 more cities by 2016, as part of OTR’s expansion plans.

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