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It has been just one week since the launch of most discussed Reliance Jio 4G connection and the entire Indian Telco sector is experiencing a massive shift. The lucrative offer where customers are promised to get entirely free voice calls and 4G internet access plans for 3 months is still on headlines.
Pretty evidently, Reliance Jio is experiencing the Tsunami of new connection application every day. However, simultaneously complaint coming from many applicants expressing the grievance related to the rejection of application along with late activation.
Looking into the matter, we have brought you 5 essential points which you must make a note before you apply for a new connection, be it through getting a new sim or porting. Take a look!
Local Address on Aadhar Card
Not many are aware of this rule that if you are not a permanent resident of the particular state you are applying from, your Reliance Jio sim application might get rejected through eKYC system. So, make sure your Aadhar card reflects your present address.
For example, If you are a migrant in Bengaluru, and applying for a Reliance Jio sim, but your Aadhar card doesn't have the Bengaluru or Karnataka address, most likely your eKYC application will get rejected. Hence, be attentive before applying.
Wrong or Incorrect Details for Outstation Applicants
Well, it's not that you'll never get a Rjio sim if you are from outstation. For that, you have to stand in the queue in the Reliance digital store and fill up a form showcasing Proof-of-Address (POA) and Proof-of-Identity (POI). But make sure all the details are accurate.
90 Days Time Gap before Porting
If you are willing to retain your old number without applying for a new Reliance Jio sim, MNP (Mobile Number Portability) or Porting is the best option to choose for. It's hassle free too. But the criteria that many applicants don't know about is you can apply for porting only after 90 days of previous porting. Lesser than the given time, your application will be rejected.
Incorrect Barcode Number
As a new RJio sim applicant, it is a must to produce the barcode number generated from your MyJio app. But recently in several cases, the application has been rejected on the ground of inputting the wrong digit. So, double check your application.
Well, the basic ground of eligibility for getting a Reliance Jio sim is having a 4G VoLTE supported smartphone. Here are a few brands that match the Rjio criteria - Samsung, LG, Micromax, Yu, Asus, Gionee, Karbonn, Lava, Xolo, Panasonic, Vivo, Intex, HTC, Sansui, Videocon, Sony, Alcatel, and TCL.