JioPOS Lite: Download the app to Recharge and Earn

    JioPOS Lite: Download the app to Recharge and Earn, Now, Subscribers of Reliance Jio can recharge other accounts and get paid to do so.

    A new system has been implemented by Reliance Jio to enable its customers to recharge their and others network account via mobile app, with a 4% commission.

    JioPOS Lite: Download the app to Recharge and Earn

    The development is taking place at a time when many people can not recharge their phones because of the lockdown. Trai has pushed service providers during this period to extend the validity of all prepaid connections.

    Reliance Jio has launched its Google Play store application JioPOS Lite, from where a customer can download and reload any subscriber’s phone on its network.

    There is a Rs 1000 membership fee, but the company has withdrawn it as an initial offer. Jio customers who download this app will be required to load for the first time a minimum of Rs 1,000 and can subsequently download a minimum Rs 200 charge for sale.

    Up to now, the app has recorded 5 Lacs downloads.

    The source says Jio customers will have a convenient option to recharge their phones even if the shops aren’t open during the lockout period.

    To check the spread of coronavirus, the state extended the lockdown period until May 3.

    Private telecommunications operators extended the validity of prepaid accounts before 17 April to support people on the bottom of the lockdown pyramid.

    • Vodafone Idea announced that prepaid plans for low-income customers using function phones will be extended until the 17th of April and Rs 10 Talktime loans.
    • In the period of validity of 8 crores pre-paid links until April 17, Bharti Airtel offered extensions as well as credits for Rs 10 speaking time in such accounts.
    • Reliance Jio also had offered JioPhone’s users 100 minutes of free speech time and 100 free SMS by April 17. Even after the validity of their payment bonuses, their incoming calls would remain.

    State-owned BSNL and MTNL telecoms operators extend their prepaid mobile services’ validity until 20 April and offer Rs 10 further time to speak after zero balance. even after zero balance.

    The COAI telecommunications body has attached over Rs 600 crore to the value of low-income users’ advantages announced by telcos and said that the government should promote the further extension of benefits to the universal service obligation fund, where there are more than Rs 51,500 crore.

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