Becomes the first Indian airline to enable check-in via WhatsApp
Say “Hi” to Ms Pepper at 600 0000 006 anytime in the day or night
Web check-in via WhatsApp through a few simple messages
Check flight schedules, credit shell, travel guidelines, Covid related information & a lot more
Bengaluru, NFAPost: Ms Pepper is a SpiceJet’s 24×7 automated customer service agent that is now available on WhatsApp in addition to its website and mobile app.
Ms Pepper helps customers resolve their queries in a blink. WhatsApp “Hi” to Ms Pepper on your way to the airport and she will help you with the mandatory web check-in process without the need to visit SpiceJet’s website and deliver your boarding pass directly to your mobile phone.
Always available for her customers, Miss Pepper will happily assist them to gather information regarding flight schedule, or cancellations if any, travel guidelines, airport information, credit shell policies, Covid related information and others. You just can’t ask her for a date yet.
As WhatsApp works well over slow and intermittent internet connections, customers can chat with Ms Pepper without worrying about being in a good network area.
At a time when travellers are seeking extensive support from airline companies with minimum physical intervention to avoid COVID-19, Ms Pepper takes you through a seamless customer service experience to resolve queries related to travel guidelines among others through a simple conversation on one of the most preferred messaging platforms at the click of a button.
She also offers the functionality of connecting customers with a dedicated Customer Service Agent in case she is not able to help out with the desired solution to the query raised by the customer, thus ensuring impeccable and efficient customer service.
Commenting on customer friendly feature, SpiceJet Chief Marketing Officer Debojo Maharshi said with Ms Pepper SpiceJet tries to cater to all the important queries of passengers who would otherwise call or visit the company website for resolution and have made the process completely hassle-free.
“Our latest offering would help passengers not only save time and energy and get instant resolution to their queries but also access all the important information about their bookings at their fingertips. We hope to see Ms Pepper winning hearts as our passengers embrace this new digital leap of ours,” said SpiceJet Chief Marketing Officer Debojo Maharshi.
Well, like every woman on this planet, Ms Pepper loves the makeover too. As part of its second phase of the launch, a version 2.0 of Ms Pepper will provide additional information such as state-wise health protocols, requirements of e-pass/registration of different states, flight status modules, and details on boarding gate.
Ask her about the airline’s add-on services including SpiceMax, You 1st (services like priority check-in, preferred boarding and bag out service), COVID insurance and booking of extra seats and full row by passengers. You name it and she will have it.
SpiceJet is committed to the safety of its passengers amidst the new normal of COVID-19 and recently came out with a first-of-its-kind initiative to offer a COVID insurance cover, the only airline in India to do so. The comprehensive cover includes tests, medication and consultations upon testing positive for COVID-19.
Further, the airline has introduced SpiceJet Extra seat which allows passengers the option to book two or more seats to make their travel more comfortable and hassle-free.
SpiceJet is India’s favourite airline that has made flying affordable for more Indians than ever before. The airline has a fleet of 74 Boeing 737, 29 Bombardier Q-400s, eight B737 & Bombardier Q-400 freighters and is the country’s largest regional player operating 49 daily flights under UDAN or the Regional Connectivity Scheme. The majority of the airline’s fleet offers SpiceMax, the most spacious economy class seating in India.
The airline also operates a dedicated air cargo service under the brand name SpiceXpress offering safe, on-time, efficient and seamless cargo connectivity across India and on international routes.