In not a surprising move from Reliance, the brand has started offering the JIO 4G SIM Cards without an invitation, that was earlier a compulsion. The giant has launched a dedicated website jio.com that showcases all the content options that you could use once you start using their LYF Series Smartphones. To get started you need to visit the website jio.com & fill the form that asks you to register your interest. Depending on the State & the city, if there’s service available you shall soon get a reply from the reliance on the availability of the SIM.
Do make a note that this process is still taking applications & the SIM cards distribution has not started yet. But the good news is that you can now get the 4G SIM Card from any Reliance Digital store on buying an LYF Phone that earlier needed an invite from a reliance employee. In the current situation when you buy a new device, you get the 3 months unlimited voice & data offer that should make it a value for money deal because Reliance would obviously not offer these freebies when you just buy an SIM Card & this is being offered because of the money spent on the phone.
Overall this is a welcoming move because the users will not have to keep hunting for invitations from the employees who have reportedly also started selling the same at premium prices. Just head over to the store buy a phone, get the SIM Card or else fill the form & wait for the team to reply back. You also need to make a note that the brand has launched a suite of applications that come with a lot of freebies in itself that includes free cloud storage, money in the wallet that could be used on buying from their collaborated stores along with JioBeats that offers you premium music subscription for free.
We still have no confirmation from the brand on the commercial launch that has been delaying from the last 2 years. Nonetheless, these schemes are probably going to help them not only sell the million plus units of the LYF branded phones they have imported but also test the network & slowly expand, focusing more on the quality of the services over the activations.