9/01/2016

How to use Jio 4G Internet in 3G Phones

Jio has been making news and with it amazing preview and welcome offer that provides free super-fast 4G Internet till 31st December 2016 everybody wants it, as well as its tariff is super affordable once its preview offer is ended.




If you do not own a 4G LTE phone then do not worry, you are still able to use Jio's 4G service on your 3G or even 2G smartphone (needs Wi-Fi) using JioFi device by Jio that comes that a price of Rs. 1999.








Please check this to learn how to use Jio SIM in 3G phones using third-party Wi-fi hotspots and Dongles.

JioFi device is a LYF powered 4G Internet hub device, you can slide in the Jio SIM into it and connect upto 10 devices using Wi-Fi, you can also connect it to a PC/Laptop using USB port.

The JioFi device would give you the same speed as it will on any 4G device, even if your phone is only 3G or 2G you can get high-speed internet on your smartphone by connecting to JioFi device using Wi-Fi through your phone.












Where to buy JioFi?

You can buy it from any Reliance Digital  / Digital Xpress (Mini) stores in your area. Use this store locator to find the stores near you:



While buying JioFi device you have to carry an identity proof and address proof to get a Jio SIM connection with it. 

You can also make video calls and HD calls using JioJoin app on your phone using JioFi Internet. 

Deepak Kamat Blogger Guwahati
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9 comments:

  1. Good one...Thanks for the blog !

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  2. How to use without dongle n jiofi

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  3. Lame suggestion. I came here to find ways to by pass the 4g limitation

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    1. That's a lame question. You can't just bypass the network limitation, it can't connect to hardware that connects to 3G, there are some tweaks that you can try but at the risk of bricking your phone. Best of luck with it.

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    2. i love bricking my phone, because i can unbrick it once again later on. ive bricked it so many times already. its surely a risk worth taking rather than buying another new network equipment to connect to some latest network protocol

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  4. Love bricking your phone? Stupidness

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