Jio Sim with unlimited preview offer for LG and Samsung smartphone users from tomorrow

By August 19th, 2016 AT 9:14 PM

After offering preview access offer to LYF and a few Samsung devices, Jio the 4G operator by Reliance Industries will now extend the Preview Unlimited offer to all Samsung & LG devices starting tomorrow.

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Back in May, the company first introduced the offer to LYF device purchases which they extended to Samsung Alpha and few S series phones. Under the Preview offer, people are getting true Unlimited benefits of 4G data, voice calls, SMS & access to Jio apps.

From tomorrow, people using Samsung & LG smartphones can visit a nearby Reliance Digital or Xpress Mini Store to get their Jio SIM card. Though unlike before, all customers of the LG & Samsung mobile can avail the Jio Preview offer without worrying about a QR code.

Under the extended Jio Preview offer, new customers would get unlimited 4G data, SMS, voice and video calls for 90 days at zero cost. Also, they would get exclusive benefits like access to Jio premium apps to watch movies, live TV, music and more. Also like before, most likely these SIM cards will be unlocked, which means you can use the SIM on any 4G device which supports Band 3,5,40.

So, if you’re an existing Samsung or LG 4G handset user, get ready to grab your Jio SIM card and get unlimited benefits.

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Jio sim is not working in Huawei GR3 MODEL..
Plz do something…

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Can any one rply and solve the lg g3 d855 problem

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