In an attempt to remove barriers to communication, Reliance Jio is offering free conference call service which allows conducting call conferencing with up to 6 participants and video conference call with up to 4 participants.
In addition, it is also not limited to the same network. Free conference call can be made to all other mobile networks as well.
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So why not connect with more people when Reliance is offering such a benefit. However, if you are not sure on how to make a conference call on a Reliance Jio SIM, we present to you a few tips that will help you start a conference call.
Calling Through Jio4GVoice App
If you are using the Jio4GVoice app for calling on your Jio inserted device, then these steps can help you start a free conference call.
1. Open the Jio4GVoice app, and place a call any one person who is likely to be in your group call.
2. After the connection is established, you can see a button with 3 dots at the top right corner in the display. Tap on it and then select 'add new call.' When you tap on it, the person on the first line is put on hold.
3. Now you can select and call the other participant whom you want to add in your conference call. Once you are connected to that person, tap again on the 3 dot button at the top right corner.
4. You should be able to see an option "Merge calls." Tap on the merge calls tab and the 2 participants will be added into a single group call. Now three people are live on the same call.
5. You can add more participants to the conference call by repeating the above given steps.
Calling through a VoLTE supported device
If you have got or are using a VoLTE supported or 4G device then you don't need the Jio4GVoice app to make a call. You can use your normal phone dialer to call people. You can directly open the default dialer on your phone, enter the number and make a call.
However, to make a conference call, the steps are the same as mentioned above. Add new call and merge it.