Jio Phone bookings were over roughly a day and a half they opened, leaving many prospective buyers without a pre-order. While the Jio Phone booking process was off to a rocky start with the company’s servers going down initially, though services performed well later on. It was, of course, a surprise for everyone when the pre-orders were closed, with Jio putting a message on its saying “millions” have booked its first self-branded handset. However, for those looking to get their hands on the device in the next wave of pre-orders, the company has provided the option to get notifications, and given two ways to manage bookings for those who were able to pre-order a unit. We help you find answers to the major questions you would have about the handset, the booking process, price, features, etc.
How to book Jio Phone?
To book Jio Phone you have three options – the Jio.com website, the MyJio app, and authorised offline Jio retailers. All you need to do make the Jio Phone booking is to give your phone number and the pincode delivery address, and pay a sum of Rs. 500. Once the booking has been made, you will receive a voucher number that you can refer to while picking up the handset. When the Jio Phone you booked is up for delivery, you will receive an SMS mentioning the store from which it can be picked up. Even the units booked online will have to be picked up offline. For now, the bookings are closed.
Can I book the Jio Phone for a friend?
Yes, you can book multiple Jio Phone units, for your friends and family. All you need is their respective phone numbers and delivery pincodes. You will have to…