Jio Phone booking: Certain offline retailers in the Delhi NCR have started taking pre-orders for Jio Phone.
A number of people are eagerly waiting for Jio Phone. The online registration was already going on at Jio.com. And, now certain offline retailers in the Delhi NCR have started taking pre-orders for Jio Phone. According to a report in NDTV’s Gadgets 360, a retailer has also given details regarding the offline booking process, the documents needed, delivery dates and other details. Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) Chairman Mukesh Ambani had surprised everyone when he announced the launch of Jio phone, offering life-long free voice calls bundled with 4G data streaming at an effective price of zero. According to Jio, the phone will be available at a payment of a refundable security deposit of Rs 1,500. This deposit will be refunded after 36 months on the return of the phone and this is how the price of the phone will be effectively zero. Here is all you need to know about booking Jio Phone at offline retailer:-
– To order a Jio Phone, you can submit a copy of your Aadhaar card with the authorised Jio retailer
– You can get only one phone against one Aadhaar number
– You need not pay anything when you submit your Aadhaar number. You will have to give Rs 1,500 payment to retailer when you pick up the unit assigned to you from the offline retail store
– The Rs 1500 amount will be refunded after 36 months, according to Jio
– If you order right now, you may get delivery of phone between September 1 and September 4, as per the Gadgets 360 report
People who are interested in buying Jio Phone can now register online on Jio.com
Direct URL: https://www.jio.com/en-in/jp-keep-me-posted
Reliance Jio, the fourth-generation telecom arm of Reliance Industries, will provide unlimited data on the phone for Rs 153 per month.
Jio has 125 million users since its launch in September last year.
Out of the 78 crore phones in India, Ambani had said that 50 crore are feature phones that cannot be used for Internet or data usage. The new phone would give “affordable” device to these 50 crore users and end the digital exclusion in India.