Jio phone bookings: Latest feature phone evolution Reliance Jio 4G phone has been the talk of the town ever since its launch. Jio phone bookings have been unveiled recently, and the company has got whooping pre-booking orders. Over 6 Million Jio enthusiasts have already booked the Jio phone, and 10 more million users have registered interest.
The first phase Jio phone bookings have been paused, and Jio enthusiasts are waiting for the further announcement to book Jio Phone. The company is aiming to sell 100 million units in the first year, and another 100 million units in the coming year. Essentially, these 200 million units strengthen the Jio user base for the prohibitive costs of smartphones. Recently, Ambani had announced that the company has a 125 million user base.
Now, the latest update on Jio unveils that the Jio Phone deliveries will start on September 21. Earlier it is believed that the Jio Phone delivery will start from September 1 to 4. However, the booking flood is accounted as the reason for Jio Phone delivery. Interestingly, Jio phone has grabbed the attention of all segment users. The booking log states that the Jio Phone bookings from metros, tier-2 and tier-3 cities, and rural areas found almost equal.
Jio Phone booking process has found some glitches at initial stage due to the heavy traffic on website and app. Yet, the booking process went hassle-free later on even on MyJio App. Users can track Jio Phone order status by sending a message to 18008908900 via the mobile number used to book the device. As of now, both the MyJio app and an IVR number do not provide much information about Jio Phone delivery status.
Though Jio Phone was made available for free effectively, Buyers need to pay a security deposit of Rs.1500. Jio Phone bookings can be made by paying an initial amount of Rs.500, and the rest can be paid at the time of delivery. It will be more interesting to know about the first phase of Jio Phone deliveries taking place from this September 21.
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