- JioFi comes with data worth Rs 1,999, free voice calls
- Jio's wifi router device allows multiple devices to connect to 4G service
- Customers get four options to avail free data worth Rs 1,999
Reliance Jio in its latest offer is selling its wifi router, JioFi, "effectively at zero cost", the company said in a post on micro-blogging site Twitter. It is offering data worth Rs. 1,999 and unlimited voice calls for free to new customers who buy its WiFi router, JioFi, by paying Rs 1,999, making the device effectively free of cost. The JioFi allows multiple users and mobile devices (including 2G/3G smartphones, laptops and tablets) to connect to Jio's 4G internet service and create a personal WiFi hotspot, according to the company's website.
Under this offer, you have four options to get the free data worth Rs. 1,999. To avail the offer, a customer needs to buy a JioFi device by paying Rs. 1,999 and subscribe to Jio services by obtaining a Jio SIM card either through the Jio stores, trade partners or from Jio website.
Here are the steps to get this offer from Jio
After you buy a JioFi device by paying Rs. 1,999, get a new SIM from the Jio Store by submitting you KYC proof like Aadhaar card and get Jio Prime Plan activated. You don't have to pay anything extra for the Prime membership.
After Prime Plan gets activated, you have to choose one data plan from four available options below.
Option 1: unlimited voice + 2GB data + 300 SMS every 28 days for 12 recharge cycles
Option 2: unlimited voice + 1GB data/day +100 SMS/day every 28 days for 6 recharge cycles
Option 4: unlimited voice + 60 GB data +100 SMS/day every 60 days for 2 recharge cycles
Insert the newly activated SIM inside the JioFi device within 24hrs of SIM activation to start enjoying the offer benefits.
Customers can also buy the JioFi device with monthly equated instalments starting as low as Rs. 95.03. Click here for details.
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