Here's How You Can Make Calls From Any 2G/3G Phone Using JioFi WiFi Hotspot

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    Here's How You Can Make Calls From Any 2G/3G Phone Using JioFi

    One of the queries that the users are asking about Reliance Jio is how to make calls from 2G or 3G smartphones that are connected to the JioFi hotspot with the help of the Jio Join app.

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    Here, we have come up with the steps on how you can use the Jio Join app to make calls on your 2G or 3G smartphone that is connected to JioFi Hotspot via Wi-Fi. Take a look at the steps from below.

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    Download the Jio Join app

    You need to first download the MyJio and Jio Join app on your smartphone from the Google Play Store to enjoy making calls from your 2G or 3G handset using the Jio SIM.

    Open the MyJio app

    Remember that you will be already signed in to the JioFi device automatically. So, launch the MyJio app, sign in and sign up and skip the other process as you are signed in.

    Grant the necessary permissions

    Launch the Jio Join app and it will login using the Jio number that is inserted in the JioFi device. You need to grant permissions to make calls, send messages, and access contacts to the app.

    That's it!

    Once you have provided the necessary permissions to the MyJio app, you are done. You can make phone calls using the Jio Join app using your 2G or 3G phone too. All you need to do is open the app on your device and head over to the dialer on the welcome screen.

    You can make video calls too!

    Apart from making voice calls, you can do video calls as well from your 2G or 3G smartphone with the Jio Join app by following these steps.

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