Jio SIMs are in high demand these days as the operator is offering free voice, SMS and data services till December 31.
Fed up waiting in the line to get a Jio SIM? If yes, then here is a good news for you. Now you can get a Jio SIM from the comfort of your home.
A website called 'aonebiz.in' is now offering Jio SIM online. All you have to fill up a form online and provide necessary details and they will deliver the SIM to the mentioned address.
The website says that it is totally free but is asking Rs 199 as delivery charges which make sense. Your SIM will be delivered to you in 7-10 business days which though seem a bit too much time to wait. At the time of delivery, some documents as address proof and identity proof and a passport size photograph has to be submitted.
Jio SIMs are in high demand these days as the operator is offering free voice, SMS and data services till December 31. Though Jio is offering free SIMs, vendors are charging as much as Rs 500 in the name of services, codes etc.
However, The Mobile Indian takes no responsibility for the website and you are advised to proceed at your own risk.
We set off to get feedback from Jio users and sellers at Reliance Digital stores. Here is what we heard.
Reliance Jio yesterday announced the Happy New Year Offer extending its free services till 31st March 2017.
Keeping in view, disproportionately use of data by some users under Welcome offer, Jio has capped the high-speed-data limit to 1 GB per day per user.
Jio's Happy New Year offer, by extending all its free benefits to March 31, has queered the pitch for incumbents massively
The Jio users continue to get free unlimited voice and data till 31st December 2016.
oor speeds, regular call drops, and poor service are to be blamed for continuous decline in growth.
To be precise, Jio wants to reach up to 80 percent of India's population in order to provide high-speed internet, free calls and SMS.
For manufacturing these feature phones, Reliance Jio is said to be working with Lava International and Chinese original equipment maker.
Jio's unique welcome scheme which gives users free access to voice and data till December 31, 2016, quickly built up a tremendous fan following and also invited protests from fellow operators.
Mukesh Ambani described the situation as "the newbie being ragged by the big boys".