JioPhone booking process has started for the everybody after a long wait of about more than a month. However, if you have booked a JioPhone, you still have to wait at least a week before it reaches you as the company will start deliveries in September. Reliance Jio has targeted to sell as many as 100 million units of the phone in the first year, and the same number the next year. If you have questions about the Jio Phone booking process, price, features, etc., just scroll down for all the answers.
1- Jio.com website
2- MyJio app
3- Authorised offline Jio retailers.
To book a JioPhone, all you need to do is to provide your phone number, the pin-code of the delivery address, and pay an amount of Rs. 500. Once the booking has been made, you will receive a voucher number that can be referred to while picking up the handset. When the JioPhone you booked is ready for delivery, you will receive an SMS mentioning the store from which it can be picked up. Even the JioPhone booked online will have to be picked up offline.
You just need to make the Rs. 500 partial deposit per unit at the time of booking.
The Rs. 153 JioPhone pack provides 500MB data at 4G speeds per day, and the speed goes down to 128kbps after the high-speed data cap is exhausted. You will also get 300 free SMSs, access to compatible Jio apps, such as JioTV, JioCinema, JioXpressNews, and JioMusic. Voice calls are free on the Jio network as well.
With the Rs. 309 Jio Phone recharge pack, you will get the same benefits as the Rs. 153 pack, but 1GB of data per day.
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Have a dual-core Spreadtrum SPRD 9820A/QC9805 processor clocked at 1.2GHz which is packed up with 512MB RAM and 4GB internal with expansion support up to 128GB.
A camera module with a 2-megapixel rear camera, VGA front camera.
Have a 2000mAh battery with talk time of 12 hours IT also supports NFC for digital payments (software support to be added later), Bluetooth 4.1, 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi, and USB 2.0 support.
You will get the full amount back when you hand over the device back to the company.
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