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Jio's New Phone Will Be Cheaper Than 400


Reliance Jio new feature phone is coming out in the year 2020. According to the information, the company is currently working on its upcoming Jio phone. The new Jio phone will be much cheaper than the existing Jio phone. The company is currently conducting a pre-launch survey about the new Jio Phone. Retailers are being consulted. The company is trying to expand its subscriber base to meet the needs of target users with the new Jio Phone.



Will be less than Rs 500 Price the new Jio phone can come in at less than Rs 500. According to the 91 Mobiles report, it may cost Rs 399. Along with the phone, the company will launch an Rs 50 recharge pack. The recharge pack will be exclusively for this phone. This recharge pack will come with 28 days validity. Talking of calling, users will get unlimited free calling on the Jio network. This will get some free minutes for other networks as well.

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The company can launch its own phone called Jio Phone Lite. It will come with a small display and an alphanumeric keypad. The company has not yet given any official information about this phone. Nothing is yet certain about the launch of the phone. Experts said the company could introduce the phone at its annual general meeting in 2020. First and second generation Jio phones were launched by Reliance at its annual meeting.

On the other hand, the Internet is also saying that the company is still trying to know the current market through surveys. At present, nothing can be said about whether the company will launch Jio Phone Lite at the right time. If the Jio Phone Lite launches, it will be the first phone to come without internet connectivity. Nowadays smartphones are the norm and previous generation phones were smart despite being feature phones. It also provided Google Assistant, YouTube, Facebook and WhatsApp support with 4G. It will be interesting to see how users respond to Jio phones without internet.


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