Reliance Jio and Asus join hands to offer 100GB free 4G data for ZenFone AR users

Here’s a chance to get 100GB free Jio 4G data.

    Reliance Jio has turned one! The company has announced an enticing offer in collaboration with Asus. Well, Jio as taken to its Twitter handle to announce that the Asus ZenFone AR smartphone users will receive 100GB of free 4G data from the service provider. The company has also given how the users of the ZenFone AR can avail the free data.

    Reliance Jio offers 100GB free 4G data for Asus ZenFone AR users

    The tweet reads, "Buy the ASUS #ZenfoneAR & get a complimentary Jio Prime membership with up to 100 GB additional 4G data." Both the existing ZenFone AR users and the interested consumers planning to buy this smartphone can get the additional Jio Prime data offer. Notably, the ZenFone AR was launched earlier this year at a price point of Rs. 49,999.

    Jio has also posted the steps that the users of the ZenFone AR should follow to redeem the free data offer on the official website. If you own an Asus ZenFone AR, you need to know that you should be a Jio Prime member in order to get the additional 100GB Jio 4G data. You need to use the ZenFone AR smartphone to log into the MyJio app. In the app, go to Menu → My Vouchers. Over there, you can view the additional vouchers those are available for you under the View section.

    In order to get the 100GB free Jio Prime 4G data, you need to hit the Recharge button. As soon as you recharge your Reliance Jio number for Rs. 309 or above, you will receive the free data. Remember that the entitlement period for the offer ends on March 31, 2018.

    Talking about the Asus ZenFone AR, this is the world's first smartphone to support both Google DayDream and Tango technologies. The device lets you experience both virtual reality and augmented reality in one device.

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