Jio 4G phone booking starts now: Here is how you can book

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For just Rs 500, you can now book Reliance's Jio 4G feature phone as booking has started. 

At the Reliance Industries' 40th Annual General Meeting, company's chairman Mukesh Ambani had announced that consumers will be able to book the new 4G Jio feature phone on August 24 at an "effective" price of Rs 0. The company had announced that a refundable security deposit of Rs 1,500 will be taken for the device to stop misuse. The deposit will be refunded after three years. 

Here is how and where you can book Jio 4G phone:

1. Consumers can book Jio 4G phone either online -- on jio.com and MyJio mobile application -- or offline Jio retailers, multi-brand device retailers and Reliance Digital stores. 

2. You can book the phone by paying Rs 500 on the first-come-first-serve basis. The remaining Rs 1,000 can be paid at the time of delivery. Customers can get a full-refund of the security deposit of Rs 1,500 by returning the used JioPhone after 36 months. 

3. The payment for phone booking can be made through UPI, credit card, debit card and net banking. 

4: You can track the status of the booked phones through "My bookings" button on the app. You have to enter the mobile number and delivery PIN code. Once this is done, you can tap on the "Proceed" button. 

5. After payment of booking amount, you will get a pop up of confirmation and a SMS will also be sent to the registered mobile number indicating that the device has been booked. 

6. Jio today also posted a 5-point checklist for booking the phone. 
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