LTE4G

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  1. You may be right but since your DDD 309 was enforce before 20th May - so only time will decide what comes next DDD 309 or ₹149/-.
  2. Yes ! they have removed "recharge history" option from everywhere but now they have introduced a new option called "My Vouchers" in MyJio App which is explained in my post here. The main change is that - now you can choose from your recharge collection which will appear under "My Vouchers" as when & which recharge voucher you want to activate. So your recharges are safe & will appear under "My Vouchers" when the feature is fully enabled by Jio & will not show Queued under My Plans as before. Though this is a good option but is yet not fully implemented by Jio (Half work done). @KanagaDeepan has already clarified this. Once you exhaust your data, you can go for multiple top ups as & when required (Jio's way of handling recharged is different). Jio gives you the opportunity to choose a plan as per your estimated data requirement for a fixed period such as 28 days or 60 days etc. & if by chance you exhaust your data before the expiry of your plan you can choose any top up to keep the things going - so it is up to you to calculate your estimated data usage properly or you will end up paying extra for multiple top ups within the expiry of prevailing plan (do remember FREE calls & 100 SMSes per day are also associated with the Plan so validity matters).
  3. My Jio app version 3.2.10 was giving the option "Get jio SIM" though I was already having the Jio SIM in my mobile and connected to Jio 4G network, but after updating the My Jio app to 3.2.11 it is not offering any more. I got the SIM without generating code so it was not required though. May be the IMEI of my slot got registered. I will check by swapping slots - not yet tried. Update: I think it was due to detection of Jio SIM and Jio Network - I found a workaround which again gives the option to generate code with Jio SIM in my handset and connected through Jio 4G network. Workaround: Disconnect Internet - Force stop My Jio app - now open My Jio app - it will show no internet on top - wait for few seconds for the app to settle background checks - now connect internet and wait for a while - within seconds you will see the option "Get Jio SIM" without fail.
  4. Seems you are not aware of av-test.org or av-comparatives.org who test popular antivirus and publish results monthly or quarterly. You can visit almost any antivirus vendor's site and see their certifications. You can check the test report yourself at the link in my previous post.
  5. Refer to the comparison of major Antivirus at https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-windows/windows-7/february-2017/ Top performers are Kaspersky & Norton with 100% detection followed by Avira, Bitdefender & Trend Micro (99%-100%). N. B. Click on the report to see detailed report.
  6. Go for Kaspersky Internet Security.
  7. In my Reliance 4G it is offering 1GB/day for 28 days for ₹93/- only under *129#. Calling @1p/sec for 90 days.
  8. Reliance is now trying to lure customers and coming up with new offers. Today I received SMS on my 4G DATA CARD SIM (which I am using in my handset). Mumbai Circle.
  9. OK! Per GB cost = ₹97/21 = ₹4.62 approx. [Not Bad] In fact ₹97/- plan gives assurance for 21 days only and may not be available in *129# after few months but ₹786/- gives surety for 180 days (6 months).
  10. Reliance Prepaid offer !! 1GB/Day for 180 days for ₹786/- Only (available on 3G as well as 4G SIM in Mumbai Circle) Per GB cost = ₹786/180 = ₹4.36 approx. [NOT BAD]
  11. Jio has provided details regarding Jio4GVoice app at https://www.jio.com/en-in/apps/jio-4g-voice (Link updated) https://www.jio.com/en-in/apps/jio-join Read the FAQ's carefully at the bottom of the page - will help to solve issue as well as clear several confusions too. A few of them are here. Calling features are disabled on JioJoin for VoLTE phones as they are already available natively. Jio4GVoice brings 4G HD voice & video calling on your existing 2G / 3G, LTE smartphone & Rich Communication features on all smartphones including VoLTE phones. It uses the Jio SIM number (which becomes your Jio4GVoice’s app number). In addition to app-to-app calls, it lets you make & receive calls from any mobile/ landline number. It allows you to send SMS to any mobile user. It also has chat, file sharing & never-seen-before Rich calling features. I have enabled the 'Grant Write Settings Permission' to JioJoin but am not able to proceed. What should I do? This is a standard Marshmallow (Android M) permission required by JioJoin app to proceed. If you have enabled ‘Grant Write Settings Permission’ but are still not able to proceed: 1. Tap on 'Grant Write Settings Permission' 2. Scroll down the list of apps & select JioJoin 3. Turn off the ‘Allow Modify system settings’ slider 4. Turn on the ‘Allow Modify system settings’ slider to enable it once again Go back and continue with the registration process How can I start using Jio4GVoice? 1. You can download Jio4GVoice from Google Playstore. Please note Jio4GVoice is currently available only on Android phones running OS 4.0 & above. 2. After downloading it, you have to configure it using a Jio SIM. 3. If you have a 4G phone, you can just insert a Jio SIM & configure it. 4. If you have a JioFi with Jio SIM, you can configure any 2G/3G/4G smart phone with it. Once you configure Jio4GVoice, the phone number of Jio SIM with which it is configured becomes the phone number of the app & the app is ready to be used. Can I use Jio4GVoice with any kind of data connectivity? Yes, you can connect JioJoin with any kind of data connectivity provided the Jio SIM is present in your device. But if the app is configured using JioFi SIM, then you can use JioJoin only when the phone is connected to the JioFi SIM with which it was configured initially. Presently, it can only be used with Jio's network. When does Jio4GVoice app get connected? JioFi: When Jio4GVoice has been configured with a JioFi SIM, then it will go to connected state only if the phone is connected to the same JioFi SIM with which it was configured. OR Jio SIM: When Jio4GVoice has been configured with a Jio SIM in the device, then it will go to connected state when the phone is connected to Jio Network any 4G data / Wi-Fi/ other mobile data, provided Jio SIM is still in the device. Important : If your Jio4GVoice is giving error you may need to make the following changes - under the Network settings enable Global. LTE or any other option may not work. Can I configure Jio4GVoice using the personal Hotspot of my phone with a Jio SIM? Jio4GVoice cannot be configured using any personal Hotspot even if it belongs to a Jio SIM. You can configure Jio4GVoice in 2 ways: 1) On any smartphone by connecting to a JioFi with a Jio SIM in it 2) On an LTE DO phone by inserting a Jio SIM in the phone. (DO =Data Only/non-VoLTE) Please follow this before attempting to configure Jio4GVoice: Before inserting the SIM in a non - VoLTE handset you must activate data by dialing 1800-890-1977 from your alternate number and completing Tele-verification by punching the last 4 digits of your POI / Aadhar Card when asked to do so. Now insert the SIM in your non-VoLTE handset. Now once the data gets activated you can download Jio4GVoice and configure it. (Sometime though the data starts working but still it will not be possible to configure Jio4GVoice immediately due to late updating in servers - so wait for approx. 1 hour maximum before trying anything else.) IMPORTANT: Once the Jio4GVoice is configured using OTP, you will still not be able to make calls (SMS will work but no calls) unless you first dial 1977 and re tele-verify to activate voice services.
  12. Are you connected through JioFi Hotspot? If so - is data working? Were you able to configure the app using Otp?
  13. Yes ! My main number for internet & outgoing is now Jio whereas my primary number is still Vodafone (mostly for incoming & few outgoing too). I mostly use my number in Mumbai western suburb (in between Bhayandar to Church gate) & didn't face any connectivity or speed problem. Further Jio's roaming coverage was great with signal present everywhere while traveling from Mumbai to Delhi and up to Haridwar. People in my circle are using Jio in Mumbai, New Delhi, Ranchi (Jharkhand), Kolkata (West Bengal) and Patna (Bihar) without any issue and are happy. I have been using Jio since September last year and observed that Jio is constantly improving over time (Network, Speed & as well as apps) & not downgrading, so I feel that Jio will emerge as a robust network in coming years. The only drawback at present is that Jio's customer service is poor and back-end system software is not up to mark.
  14. Weird logic. The number of porting into a network means that the customers are satisfied (before using the network? ) - so according to you in the past few months highest number of people have ported their numbers to Airtel / Vodafone / Idea and not Jio. Is it so? How can you decide that the user is satisfied prior to using a network? Just because he decided to port his primary number to a particular network. No! Not at all. And there is no survey report of how many people have ported to Jio - so your statement is not justified either. According to me if existing users (using services for more than 3 months) on a network decides to opt for paid services (or continue using services) means they are satisfied and want to continue. As per survey in March more than 72 million Jio users out of 100 million opted for paid services & some even did multiple recharges like me, itself proves the ratio of satisfied users. Let me tell you that a operator whether Jio or any other cannot satisfy its100% customers so the ratings depends on majority basis. Simply if you are not satisfied doesn't mean that majority of the users are not satisfied. As per March surveys approx. 72% of Jio customers seems satisfied & you fall in the 28% unsatisfied category. Further I already have a Jio number so why should I port my primary number. I have never ever ported any of my numbers - all are on their original networks. To conclude I should mention that all networks in India have their pros and cons (non is perfect) and one excels another in services from region to region. So the service of one network can be better in one region or area whereas other can be better in another area. So if a network is good in my area as well as My roaming areas then it is good network for me. Service is more important & pricing is secondary because if I am not able to use the services I am paying for, it's of no use even if it is cheap.
  15. Source of information?? Because I have approx. 15 - 20 Jio connections among my family & close circle in different cities & non of them/us is dissatisfied.
  16. Reliance Jio to launch JioFibre broadband by Diwali this year. http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-news-technology/reliance-jio-jiofiber-home-broadband-launch-diwali-100gb-data-at-rs-500-report-4680340/lite/
  17. True!! Mobile is essential & has become our identity. OTP / alerts for bank services or IMPS or UPI or any other online registration - buying e-ticket or what not - even Aadhaar without mobile registration is incomplete. PAN is still not mandatory for bank account (bank account without PAN has some restrictions) but existing PAN holder's need to attach their Aadhaar to be able to file returns from 1st July this year or their PAN will become invalid till Aadhaar is not furnished & new PAN can only be obtained if you have Aadhaar card as well (petition filled against this is pending under Supreme Court). Finally it may become mandatory for all as seems by Govt's approach. In fact it should be mandatory for fighting elections also. The only issue worries me is the security of biometric data of individuals which can be disastrous if leaked or stolen. Recently there was a news about such an event & different entities were blaming each other.
  18. This is a contradictory statement by Supreme Court itself as on one side it is saying that Aadhaar is optional and cannot be made mandatory where as on the other side it is making eKYC compulsory for Mobile. From this year Govt has made Aadhaar mandatory for PAN / Income tax filing also and the case is still pending in Supreme Court. Though making Aadhaar based eKYC mandatory for mobile may help prevent misuse of mobile for criminal activities but how will it benefit in case of PAN. In some places Govt has also forcefully implemented Aadhaar for new born babies wherein Birth Certificate is being issued only after issue of Aadhaar. Since the passing of Aadhaar Bill the Govt is trying to make it mandatory. Aadhaar data leakage / theft can be disastrous. We can just wait and see.
  19. Supreme Court passed order on 6th February 2017 that Aadhaar-based eKYC verification should be done for all mobile phone numbers (Pre-paid & Post paid existing or new) in the country by 6th February 2018.
  20. The link below shows that Jio Play works in browser on Laptop. I tried but was not able to login. May be its still in beta testing. http://dreamdth.com/Thread-Good-News-JIO-PLAY-good-news-now-you-can-stream-jio-play-on-your-laptop-or-desktop Don't know if any body succeeded on PC but the blog shows working images. Login page https://jioplay.in/jio/#/login?origReq= Disclaimer: Though the Who is info says the site belongs to Reliance but still Please verify the Authenticity of the site before putting your password (or change your password before & after trying). You can search yourself for Who is info of the site jioplay.in and check.
  21. They could have come up with reasonable data offers if they really wanted to survive. Anil Ambani thought that they are merging with Aircel so why not take the opportunity to transfer few customers to elder brother (Some backdoor settlement). Otherwise when all the operators (Airtel, Vodafone, Idea etc.) are coming up with new schemes to lure customers Rcom remained stagnant with its 3G/4G pricing as if it does not bother to hold customers. So Rcom is basically on suicide mission by not offering anything new and neither he wants to hold even its loyal CDMA customers who were upgraded to 4G.
  22. But why? Did they give any specific reason? By when it will be enabled? I wonder how can Jio expect people to opt for MNP and switch to their network if they keep such important things disabled even after commercial launch. Oh! I forgot that their software is still not properly configured to identify / filter the chargeable SMS.
  23. Is it TOP SECRET ? Process or steps cannot be posted here ?
  24. Yes ! And same stands for calling premium numbers (reverse billing numbers) too, as well as ISD will also be charged from the main balance unless you subscribe any ISD pack.
  25. Yes you are right - I just missed "agricultural". @ramtech Read this