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With the overwhelming response to the Jio 4G SIM card, Reliance Jio has started taking port or MNP request from the users of other SIM cards such as Airtel, Vodafone, BSNL and more. Click here to port to Reliance Jio from your existing network.
However, the Reliance Jio service is still in the initial phase and there are many glitches with the same. There are speed problems, delay in activation, and many others. If you are thinking of porting your existing number to the Reliance Jio network, you need to wait until the network is stabilized.
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Take a look at some reasons that you shouldn't port your primary number to Jio right now.
Not enough 4G network coverage
Jio 4G coverage is available even in places that have no proper 3G services by the competitors, but the service should fill the blank spots in the busy areas. Several users have started facing issues with the Jio service while traveling to multiple places.
You should upgrade to a 4G phone
If you are not using a 4G VoLTE enabled smartphone, you need to upgrade to one to enjoy all the benefits of the Reliance Jio SIM. If you are using a 3G or 2G phone, you need to upgrade your phone to enjoy the services such as unlimited access to theJio apps.
Migration to the Welcome Offer
Before the commercial launch of the Reliance Jio network, the LYF users were enjoying the Preview Offer that included unlimited 4G data, calls and messages for 90 days. Now, Reliance Jio has migrated the users to the Welcome Offer from the Preview Offer. The Welcome Offer is not truly unlimited as it offers only 4 GB of 4G data per day and the speed will plummet to 128 kbps after the limit.
Delay in SIM activation
Suddenly, there is a huge demand for the Reliance Jio SIM. Of course, the company came up with the eKYC activation, but it didn't implement the scheme in all the Jio Stores. Eventually, there is delay of over 10 days for the Jio SIM to be activated.
Drop in 4G speed
Once the service provider announced the Preview Offer, there are many complaints about the Reliance Jio speed. The Jio users in crowded areas are facing issues with low speed. There are many apps that provide free and unlimited content to the Jio users, but the speed drops while downloading the same in crowded areas.
Free night data is a catch
Of course, Reliance Jio is offering free night data to the users. But, go through the terms and conditions of the tariff plans announced by the service provider. The free night data is only a catch. The free night data can be enjoyed only between 2 am and 5 am that is such an odd timing for users.