DocOnline to grow to 7 metropolitan areas ventures into B2C segment

The company, which offers chat based medical consultation services, will be launching its services in Pune.The organization, that provides chat based medical services, is going to be launching its services in Pune.
HYDERABAD: Digital healthcare services provider DocOnline intends to expand its services to seven states through the finish of the coming year in the current two, informed a senior company official.

To do this, the organization is going to be tying track of corporates and produce in additional doctors under their network.

Talking with reporters around the sidelines of launch of the B2C services in Hyderabad, Markus Moding, leader and co-founder, DocOnline stated, “We are searching to grow to 5 other major metro metropolitan areas by December 2018. We’ve been operational in Hyderabad in the past three several weeks and also have already acquired 15,000 subscribers, entirely corporate users.”

The organization, that provides chat based medical services, is going to be launching its services in Pune tomorrow and can search for possible collaborations with corporates there aside from its scaling up its B2C services. Both corporate and individual subscriber’s fee continues to be fixed at Rs 700 monthly which covers three family people.

Also, “we be prepared to breakeven by the coming year and can making investments for that expansion through internal accruals only,” stated Rahul Paith, chief operating officer, DocOnline.

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