JIO announces first-ever ‘carry forward your credit limit from your existing operator to Jio’ at zero costOctober 09, 2020
Mumbai: Reliance Jio has announced first ever ‘carry forward’ of credit limit for postpaid customers of other operators joining JioPostpaidPlus plans, at zero cost and without having to pay any security deposit. This will make it easy for all existing users of other operators to join JioPostpaid Plus, said the company.
With ‘carry-forward your credit limit’ feature, postpaid users of other operators can simply carry forward their existing credit limit from their existing operator to Jio in 3 steps, without having to pay a single rupee or any security deposit to join Jio.
HOW TO USE THIS FEATURE:
STEP 1: Send ‘Hi’ to 88-501-88-501from WhatsApp (From your postpaid number that you want to move to Jio)
STEP 2: Upload your existing operators postpaid bill
STEP 3: After 24 hours, you can walk into any Jio store or call for a home-delivery of your JioPostpaid Plus SIM & get the credit limit of your choice without paying a single rupee / security deposit
It is worth mentioning that, in pursuit of transforming the postpaid services segment, Jio had recently launched JioPostpaid Plus, with benefits for postpaid users in India, such as starting rate from just Rs. 399/-, complimentary access to premium OTT apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+ Hotstar along with Jio Apps with 650+ live TV channels, video content, 5 crore songs, 300+ newspapers and much more.
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