Finally, after a long wait, the sale of Jio phone next has been announced. It will be sold from Diwali i.e. 4th November. This information has been given by the company. The starting price of Jio phone next has been kept at Rs 6499. However, some offers will also be given to customers from Jio Close, so that customers will be able to buy it only in 1999, customers will have to pay the rest of the money later through EMI.
Jio Phone Next is an ultra affordable smartphone running on Qualcomm processor and Android based Pragati OS. It has been informed by Jio that Pragati OS is an optimized version of Android, which has been specially designed for JioPhone Next. It will get support for 10 Indian languages.
Talking about the specifications of this phone, it has a 5.45-inch HD + display, Qualcomm Snapdragon QM-215 processor, 13MP rear camera, 8MP front camera, 3500 mAh battery and dual SIM support.
The price and sale date of Jio Phone Next has been announced, but the big question is how it will be booked. For Jio phone next you can go to Jio’s website. Apart from this, you can also visit the nearest Jio store. Jio phone next can also be booked by messaging WhatsApp on number 7018270182.
Some plans have also been fixed for Jio Phone Next, the first plan is Always On plan, in this plan, the customer will have to pay ₹ 350 for 18 months and ₹ 300 for 24 months, the customer will have 5gb data and 100 minutes of voice per month with the plan You will get calling.
In the large plan, customers will have to pay ₹ 450 per month for 24 months and ₹ 500 per month for 18 months. In this plan, customers will get 1.5 GB data and unlimited calls every day. Its total cost for 18 months will be ₹9000. It will also have data and free calls.
The third plan is – XL plan This is a 2 GB per day plan in which Rs 550 for 18 months installment and Rs 500 per month for 24 months installment.
In xxl plan, customers will have to pay ₹550 per month for 24 months and ₹600 every month for 18 months. In this, customers will get 2:30 GB data and unlimited calls daily.
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