Online Healthcare: Up to 50pc discount on payment by bKash

Tuesday, 29 June 2021

Customers can now enjoy up to 50 per cent discount on bKash payment for health check-up and doctor consultations via online at three healthcare service providers while staying at home during the pandemic.

Alongside the discount on Covid-19 test, customers can get up to 50 per cent discount on health check-up at ‘Amar Lab’, 20 per cent discount at ‘Dhaka Doctor’, and 5.0 per cent instant cashback on payment of Tk 300-1500 at ‘Pulse Healthcare Services’ by making payment through bKash.

These offers will be available at Amar Lab till July 17, at Dhaka Doctor and Pulse Healthcare Services till September 17.

Customers can avail Covid-19 test service from their home from these three healthcare service providers and Asgar Ali Hospital via online.

bKash payment has brought special opportunities for patients outside of Dhaka to get specialised doctors’ consultation through online, said a media release on Tuesday.

This service is helping to curb the risk of Covid-19 infections for patients and their relatives, it said.

Patients can enjoy several health tests, Covid-19 test, full body check-up from the comfort of their home by paying through bKash.

In such cases, service providers will collect test samples from home, and later, patients can receive their reports online.

Customers can visit website and Facebook page of bKash and healthcare service providing organisations’ websites to know more about these offers.

They can make payment through bKash app or USSD code *247# to avail these offers.

They need to click on the given link provided by healthcare service providers after bKash payment to get the service.

bKash customers can Cash In to their own and dear ones’ account from 270,000 agent points across the country and also Add Money from 29 banks and Visa and Mastercard issued in Bangladesh conveniently.

Bringing money to bKash 24/7 and availing online healthcare service through bKash payment will help customers maintain social distance during the pandemic, reports UNB.