Brands & Smartphones Eligible for Reliance Jio 4G Preview Offer

The Reliance Jio Preview offer is currently the talk of the town as it is gaining popularity over the last few months. Previously, the offer was exclusively applicable for LYF smartphone users along with Reliance employees, but the company has now rolled out this offer to various third-party smartphone brands.

It was highly rumored that the company was going to launch Jio services commercially on an eve of Independence Day. But unfortunately, the launch was postponed as the company needs more beta testers for network optimization before its commercial launch. And hence, the company is now offering free SIM cards to more 4G smartphone users to get their hands on Jio services.

Currently, the Jio Preview Offer (JPO) is available on all 4G smartphones of the following brands- Samsung mobiles, Asus, Panasonic, LG, Micromax mobiles, TCL, Alcatel, YU, Karbonn, Lava and Gionee along with LYF mobile phones.

Still, popular smartphone brands like Xiaomi, Motorola, Lenovo and Apple are excluded in Jio 4G SIM offer, but considering the trend, we could expect the offer on these brands too. Check out our write up – Grab the Best Combo: Best budget LYF smart phones + Reliance Jio 4G offers 

How to avail Jio Preview Offer?

To avail the JPO, you must own a 4G enabled smartphone device from the above-mentioned brands. The procedure for getting Jio 4G SIM starts with the installation of MyJio app on your 4G smartphone from Google Play Store. Then follow the instruction to generate a unique coupon code for JPO.

Walk into nearby Reliance Digital or DX Mini Store along with your passport-sized photo, valid ID and address proof. Once you are done with this procedure, you will get you 4G SIM.

After receiving the SIM, wait for 24-48 hours for authentication. Then dial 1977 for SIM card activation. And you all set to explore the Jio Preview offer. With the Jio SIM card, you can avail free unlimited 4G data usage, HD voice calls, SMSs and access to Jio Premium apps for a period of 90 days.


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