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Banglalink’s “Healthlink 789” service comes up with New feature “doctor’s appointment”

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Banglalink, one of the leading digital communications service providers in Bangladesh, has introduced “Doctor’s Appointment”, a new feature in its “Healthlink 789” service that will help Banglalink customers get over-the-phone appointments of specialist physicians. The feature has been introduced with a view to making the doctor appointment system easier for Banglalink customers who are in need of medical assistance.

By dialing 789, Banglalink customers will be able to contact especially trained healthcare professionals, who will provide medical suggestions along with appointments of specialist physicians based on the particular health conditions and locations of the customers. Through this 24/7 service, customers can get access to more than 7000 doctors and renowned hospitals such as Square Hospital, Apollo Hospital, Samarita Hospital etc.  Charge for this is only Tk.5/min (10 sec pulse applicable).

Sanjay Vaghasia, Chief Digital Officer, Banglalink said, “As a customer-obsessed organization, we continuously put our customers’ needs first especially when it comes to their wellbeing. We are excited to enable digital healthcare services which can serve them better and during their time of need. I hope with this addition of ‘Doctor’s Appointment’ in the current product, our customers will be able to get easy access to appointments with renowned physicians in the country.”

Launched back in 2008 as one of the first digital healthcare services in the country, Healthlink 789 has been serving customers across the country with success for nearly a decade. Doctor’s appointment feature is an enhancement of the existing product.




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