Reliance Jio Cadbury Dairy Milk Offer – The good news for Reliance Jio users is that the company is giving 1GB of data absolutely free for its customers. However, users will have to do a small task to upload a photo of the blank wrapper of Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate to the MyJio app.
Let you tell that, Under this offer, users can upload Cadbury from 5 rupees chocolate wrapper to the Dairy Milk Lickables, Crackle, Roast Almond, Fruit and Nut etc wrapper. On the other hand, if you like normal dairy milk, then users can also use rupees 10, 20 rupees, 40 rupees or 100 rupees chocolate wrappers.
The offer is valid only till 30 September and is valid only with MyJio apps. At the same time, 1GB 4G data to be claimed will be credited to the user’s MyJio app in 7-8 days time. Not only that, users can also transfer their 1GB data to any other user.
Reliance Jio Cadbury Dairy Milk Offer
Users can also donate this 1GB data to the First Foundation, which will be used in the schools of rural areas under Digital learning. For this, the option of a donate data on the app is also given. Apart from this, according to the company, this 1GB data can be claimed only once by a number.
Tell you that for the past few months, Jio is organizing its new JioPhone 2 Flash sales, under which its next Flash sale will be on September 12. So if you still could not buy these latest feature phones, then in the next sale it can be purchased from the company’s site Jio.Com. The new JioPhone is priced at Rs 2,999 and its speciality is its QWERTY keypad and the company has its own voice assistant. It has a 2.4-inch QVGA display, with a screen resolution of 320 x 240 pixels and has a 1.2GHz dual-core processor.
Apart from this, it has 512MB RAM, 4GB internal storage capacity which can be expanded up to 128GB from micro SD card. It features is the low-cost QWERTY keypad and 4-way navigation in the display. In this, there is a voice calling button and a call disconnect button is given separately. There is also a command button like JioPhone, for which the company says that users can use 20 million voice commands per month.