Reliance JioPhone is currently on trend in India. It’s going to be the cheapest 4G phone available around the world. To be precise, it’s a free 4G phone anyone can claim from Jio official. And the phone is being out for public beta testers on 15th August. The number of beta testers is, however, a limited portion of consumers. For all the rest of Jio admirers, the phone will soon be officially launched. Pre-booking for the cheapest 4G phone by Jio is starting on 24th August. Interested customers (Both business organizations and individuals) may register for pre-booking of Jio Phone from August 24 onwards.
Is Reliance JioPhone 4G VoLTE Really Free?
Prime factors for JioPhone is making waves in the nation are — It comes with 4G VoLTE capability and likely to be available for free of cost. The first claim is certain. But does the device really comes for free of cost? This sound “Too good to be true.”
— Well, JioPhone effective price has tagged at Zero. So, what’s the catch?
To claim the JioPhone, one has to deposit 15,000 rupees for security. This amount is fully refundable. The security deposited amount can be refunded after three years of usage and on one condition. The phone has to be handed over to the Jio official in order to claim the deposited amount. In a nutshell, the JioPhone comes entirely free of cost.
There is a monthly Jio 4G plan set effective for this phone. Rupees 153 (28-days validity) per month and available data balance is 500 MB per day usage. The daily data offered from this plan calculates 14 GB of 4G data usage per month. In addition to that, all the local and STD calls on Jio network are free.
How to Register for JioPhone Pre-booking?
Initially, the JioPhone was facilitated for individual users only. Now, the package is made available for business as well. There are entirely different processes to register for business and individual users.
Reliance Jio has been dominating the Indian Telecom industry for quite a time now. They are coming with new strategies that impact hard on other telecom companies in India. We will look forward how far the JioPhone idea goes.