Jio extends preview offer for early adopters to 30th Sept, indicating commercial launch is not on the horizon

By August 31st, 2016 AT 4:56 PM

One day before Reliance industries AGM, Jio has once again extended unlimited benefits to early LYF adopters whose validity was to be over by August 31, indicating that the commercial launch is still some time away.

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Customers under the preview offer with validity expiration date of August 31 have now got an extension of validity for another 30 days through auto recharge. Users can now enjoy Jio services free till September 30. Earlier, the company extended the offer benefits for one month to those who have activated their Jio SIM before 14th May. This extended benefit will help thousands of Jio users who have bought LYF devices in early days to enjoy uninterrupted access to Jio 4G network.

Though one can easily get a Jio SIM with Unlimited data and calling benefits, thanks to Jio Preview Offer which is now available for 19 smartphone brands, the latest move by Jio hints that the company wouldn’t want to neglect early adopters and it seems they would continue offering free unlimited benefits to each Jio user before it announces commercial roll out.

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I had checked jio website but i did not find any 4gb everyday Jio website clearly showing unlimited data . I am existing customer .


Is Reliance Jio preview offer on Redmi note 3…?


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