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Book Your Reliance Jio Phone Starting 24th August, Know What to Do?

Book Your Reliance Jio Phone Starting 24th August, Know What to Do?

Pre-bookings for the Reliance Jio Phone will start from August 24, 2017. The phone costs Rs 1500 and is set to release in the first week of September. Let us know how to book it.

How to Book your Jio Phone?

Book via SMS: The method is very simple to book JioPhone via SMS. Write JP<> Your Area Pin Code <> Jio Store Code near your Area and send it to 702 11 702 11 and you will receive a “Thank You” message as a sign of booking. The bookings will start from 24th of August and then the nearest store will call you and if you show them interest in buying then they will send you the store code from where you will pick your phone.

Book Online: To book Online, you need to visit the official Jio Website and then click on the “Keep me Posted” option. The link will take you to the registration counter where you need to enter common details of yourself or business. Name, Address, Email ID, Phone Number, Pin Code and State Name. You will receive an email regarding your registration and from there you can visit your nearest Jio store and purchase the phone on first come first serve basis.

Book Through your App: Jio users can book their phone through the My Jio app installed in their phone. They can install the app from Play store if not installed.

Other Details about the Jio Phone

Reliance Jio Phone has 2.4 QVGA display and the phone will be available in two models. The one will be snapdragon 205 processor while the second will be Spreadtrum chipset. The phone will support 24 regional languages while Jio apps will already be there in the phone. The phone will have dedicated torchlight button and you can activate SOS by pressing five. It is said that the phone will have special version of WhatsApp. The phone will basically cost free but in the initial stage you will have to deposit Rs. 1500 as refundable or security amount and after three years of use, you can take back the money.

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