Reliance Jio MNP – Port your Mobile number to Reliance Jio & Get “Jio Happy New Year offer”


Reliance Jio Sim Card MNP – Port your Mobile number to Reliance Jio Sim and get “Jio Happy New Year offer”. Reliance Jio MNP to get “Reliance Jio Welcome offer” where you can avail Unlimited 4G callings, Unlimited 4G data, Unlimited SmS, Video callings and Jio Premium apps access till- 31st March 2017 after that you have to pay Rs 50 per GB data checkout Here Reliance Jio Tariff plans list for more details. Follow the below Steps to convert your Mobile number to Reliance Jio Sim and get benefit of “Jio Happy New Year offer” !!


Previously Reliance is getting over 52 Millions New 4G Network customers and Now Reliance is planning to convert existing users of other network to Reliance Jio Network. Here is CEO of Airtel, idea, Vodafone outside of Reliance Jio office. hehehehe !!

Reliance Jio MNP

How to Port your Mobile to Reliance Jio Sim:-

1) First of all, Create Message and Type: PORT Your mobile number”

Example:- PORT 9760000000

Good News:- Now you can use Reliance Jio 4G Sim in 3G phones with simple trick, So checkout our post How to use Reliance Jio Sim in 3G phone

2) And Send it to “1900”

4) Now Wait for Minutes, you will get the message from 1901 for verifying the request.

5) Now wait for few Hours to get Unique Port number.

(It will take Some hours not instantly)

6) Once your received your unique port code (UPC), simply go to your nearest Reliance Digital Store with your KYC documents and 2 passport size photos and one xerox of your aadhar card.

7) Show the unique port code in Reliance Digital code and you will get a form to be filled from them.

8) Simply fill up the form and submit it.

9) That’s it. You will get the Reliance Jio sim with “Reliance Jio Welcome offer”.

10) Now you can use your existing sim for few days, Once your existing sim stopped working then you can use Reliance Jio sim in your device.

12) Enjoy !! 🙂 Your Reliance Jio Sim get activated and you will get the “Reliance Jio Happy New Year offer till 31st March 2017.

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2) How to Get Reliance Jio Sim

3) Reliance Jio Tariff plans

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Features of Reliance Jio Sim till 31st March 2017:-

1) Unlimited 4G data (1GB per day @ 4G Speed after that 128kbps)
2) Unlimited Callings
3) Unlimited SMS
4) Jio apps Premium access.
5) No Roaming charges.
6) Rs 50 per GB 4G data after ending of Jio Happy New Year offer !!
7) 25% Extra Data for Students

Update: Relaince Jio accuses Bharati Airtel, Vodafone and Idea of rejecting the MNP requests. These Telecomm operators are refusing to enable the Mobile Number Porting service to their users which is aganist the Licence Terms and Conditions of TRAI.

According to Livemint, the Incumbet operators Airtel, Idea and vodafone have declined all the Porting requests between 9th – 12th september. Relaince Jio asked the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India to take serious action aganist them.

Tags:- Reliance MNP Process, Reliance Jio Sim welcome offer, Reliance Jio MNP offer, How to convert to Reliance Jio sim, How to get Reliance Jio sim, Reliance Jio sim features, Reliance Jio MNP.

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  1. Please tell me.. my phone is 3G.. and Iam using Idea. if I port from Idea to Jio then am I able to use Jio unlimited Data in my 3G mobile..? please tell

  2. Are offerings by #JIO misleading? ___________
    Reliance Jio: The champion of Digital India or Analog India? I must admit that I was euphoric over the Reliance Jio launch today morning. Also, thanks to the media hype, I initially believed that it was a “revolutionary” service for data users like me who are glued to the internet all the time. But as the hours passed, reality began to sink in. After some quick analysis, I have come to the conclusion that it is not for data users lke me who are constantly browsing the internet, but instead, it is actually for those who are constantly chattering on phone. Let me take up some of the hyped up highlights & try to explain why it does not convince me to make a switch. 1) First & foremost, it is portrayed as the messiah for data users. All the news channels have been highlighting that the data charges on Reliance Jio is as low as Rs 50/GB. This is actually highly misleading because that low rate of Rs 50/GB would be applicable only when you buy the high end monthly pack of Rs 4,999 per month!! In that pack, you get around 75 GB which roughly translates to Rs 50/GB. But in a normal pack like Rs 499 per month, you get only 4 GB, which translates to around Rs 100/GB. And if you consider the Rs 19 pack which gives 100 MB, it translates to around Rs 190/GB. 2) In the entry level package of Rs 149 per month, although you get unlimited voice calls (which is highly appreciated), you get only 300 MB of data. So, it is definitely not for a data user like me, but for someone who hardly uses internet, and wants unlimited calling. 3) The Rs 19/day pack is marketed as a chota pack which can cater to casual users who want to browse internet on a need basis. But there is nothing revolutionary about it because it offers only 100 MB for Rs 19 & the validity is 1 day. Suppose I am on the Rs 149/month pack and I exhaust my 300 MB within few days and one fine day I want to book an Ola cab or watch a 1 min YouTube video, then I must shell out a minimum of Rs 19. (There is no pack smaller than that). But if I am on Airtel/Idea/Vodafone, I can go for their Rs 9 pack and get 35 MB. i.e Instead of spending Rs 19 on Reliance Jio to book an Ola cab, I can recharge Rs 9 on Airtel & get the work done. Also, it is to be noted that Airtel/Idea offer 100 MB of 4G data for Rs 24 which has a validity of 3 days, which I feel is much better than Jio’s 100 MB of 4G data for Rs 19 which has a validity of 1 day. 4) As explained above, the Rs 149/month pack makes no sense for data users because it gives only 300 MB. The next pack is the Rs 499/month pack which has 4 GB of data (along with the default unlimited calling feature). Since unlimited calling is available in both the Rs 149 pack as well as Rs 499 pack, then the only difference is that the 499 pack gives you additional 3.7 GB of data at an additional cost of Rs 350. => Rs 350 for 3.7 GB? Sorry, not convincing. Your own brother Anil Ambani has been offering 10 GB of data for less than Rs 400. Yes, I agree that while they are offering 3G, you are offering 4G, but at the end of the day, the total data remains the same. 5) Let me take up the next pack. Rs 999. I get 10 GB of data (along with the default unlimited calling feature). Compared to the Rs 149 pack which already has unlimited calling feature, what I get in this pack is effectively 9.7 GB of data for Rs 850. I am not impressed because if I spend a little extra, I can get unlimited 3G from BSNL. Yes, Unlimited 3G by BSNL for Rs 1099. Check this: 6) Now that I have seen how even the Rs 999 pack fails to impress me, due to much better offering from BSNL. Why should I pay Rs 999 to Reliance for 10 GB data, when BSNL is offering me unlimited data for Rs 1099? What is my conclusion finally? For a data user, Reliance Jio is not impressive. If the usage is more than 1 GB per month, then the Rs 149 pack should not even be considered because it has only 300 MB. In the next pack, Jio offers 4 GB data for Rs 499 which is not revolutionary, but since it says night time is unlimited, I think it can be called “evolutionary”. But still that is not such a great incentive to switch. In the next plan which costs Rs 999, it offers only 10 GB, whereas BSNL gives me unlimited data for almost the same price. That’s about my personal requirements. Now let’s look at the overall benefit for the masses. The only major advantage for the masses is the unlimited voice calling which can be availed for Rs 149 per month. In today’s scenario, most of the mobile users, especially among the working class, are actually prepaid users with free lifetime validity connections, upon which they regularly recharge Rs 20-30 which usually lasts for almost a month for them. For example, I personally know many taxi drivers, vegetable vendors, mechanics etc who hardly make outgoing calls. Even if they make an outgoing call, it would not last for more than a minute. Such people tend to use only Rs 30-50 talktime per month, for which only Rs 50 topup recharge is sufficient. (Such recharges have unlimited validity). Now, if they must go for Jio just because the free voice calling is tempting, then it means they must shell out Rs 149, which lapses after 28 days (It has 28 days validity), after which they must again recharge Rs 149 and so on. For someone who is used to topup of Rs 20-30 per month (and that too on a need basis), such a mandatory cost of Rs 149/month sounds very expensive. That translates to around 149*12 = Rs 1800 per annum, compared to their existing habit of regular topups which might come up to a total of just 20*12 = Rs 240 per annum which is sufficient for their practical purposes. That’s a whopping 6 times higher, just for unlimited voice calling, whether you really do unlimited calling or not. So, as we can see, the only upside is unlimited voice, and not data. Even the unlimited voice for Rs 149 sounds high for the majority who are happy with their Rs 20-30 topup once in every 20-30 days. Hence, it is difficult to categorize Reliance Jio as a revolutionary data service, but it can be a good voice service if one is into chattering regularly for 1 hour outgoing call every day. Now that we have realized that the Jio plans are not revolutionary, can we atleast call it evolutionary? Not really. By claiming itself as a path for Digital India & provide internet to the masses, it might actually end up becoming popular only for its unlimited voice, and since voice services are considered “backward”, it is certainly not evolutionary. This way, Jio, according to my analysis is chalking out the vision of “Analog India” (voice), but not “Digital India” (data).

    • Firstly Salute for you Explained comment !! 🙂

      they are really making fool by saying Rs 50 per GB data as per Standard plan ?

      They are not talking clear about a Big plan gives which cost you about Rs 50 per GB (for haviest data users).. its really a Bad news (But i think Plans get changed in next few months else most of the population leave Jio sim services).

      Yes you are Right their are many peoples are available who is not using more than Rs 50 in a month (May be 50% of india’s population), But Here other 50% can enjoy unlimited calls to friends, families (who are restricted to few minutes calls due to low balance and can’t afford).

      Final words:- Jio sim is available specially for High data, callings usage users only.

    • Nice explanation. Also the night data timings are from 2am to 5pm. On other networks it is 12 to 6. If plans remains unchanged i am happy with my airtel which is offering 150-180 per gb

  3. It is not so much correct that 1 gb data only at Rs50. So plz don’t create confusion to your visitor similar like RJio. You will not get 1 gb by recharging just Rs50.

    • As of Now.. You should Enjoy Unlimited data, callings till 31st december 2016..

      4 Months are Left for Premium service, So don’t think now about pricing of Data & Calling (Jio sim). It will be cleared in next week or month.

  4. Shall i have to pay anything upto 31 dec?
    I mean any additional amount for data and all ?
    I heard it from someone that we get unlimited data only from 2 a.m to 5a.m .
    Another question is there any caping over data ?
    I dont get the exact situation .

  5. sir mera jio sim aaj chalu ho gya hai 2 msg aaya 7739407677 me but mere phicomm mobile me jio ka network nhi aata hai jiska ki maine bill diya tha samsung me aa jata hai network tele verification bhi ho gya maine phicomm ko update bhi kiya but network nhi aaya costomercare call. nhi utha rha h mai kya karu

  6. People are not aware about free calling system. .. yes they provide free calking where ur data get used this is the reality service while u r calling someone data will b used… u can check this . No one tell u this until u will try it by urself

    • i think u are not aware of the free calling system. Have u any idea diff b/t LTE & VoLET ? If u have then u’ll get clr idea about free calling. If u have VoLET then for calling u data will not consumed bcoz in VoLET u don’t have to use ur data u can cl normally as u do on voda airtel etc. and if u have LTE handset then here is the catch u have to cl using jio join app which requires data u can’t directly cl without using any app like u can on VoLET. Got it ??

    • there is a way. download myjio . Google for it. Open it and click install all apps. After installing, close all apps and clear my jio app. Open myjio app.
      turn off internet click on get jio sim. Connect internet. You will get your barcode

  7. sorry you can’t take jio Baar code bcoz this phone in not available this offer please wait few day and get this offer and enjoy service of reliance jio

  8. Due to this action of jio now we will get more offers from idea, vodafone, and all other non-jio companies in order for them to save their customers.. So we are those who r going to enjoy!!!!

  9. HI I have redmi 2 prime and a jio sim with tele-verification but it is not showing network…. Will it starts working from 5 Sept automatically in my phone as of rule now….

  10. Hii I have redmi 2 prime and a jio sim with tele-verification but it is not showing network…. Will it starts working from 5 Sept automatically in my phone as of rule….

  11. See vodafone is giving 1 gb @147 and i normally use 4 gb of data per month which means 4x 147= ₹588 and 4 gb of data jio is giving @499 which means a saving of ₹89 per month. So jio is good for medium type of net users who uses 3-4 gb net per month.

  12. hii i have redmi 2 prime and bought a jio sim which is verified and activated but it is not showing network in redmi 2 ……will it starts showing network automatically after 6 september in my phone ???

  13. My mobile oppo new 7 mene my jio ka app bhi download krliya lekin usme bar code ni aya
    Kya koi bta sakta h ki mere phone m jio sim chalegii ya nahi

  14. I have redmi 2 prime and still not able to generate preview offer of Jio. If there any trick to get the offer. Without offer the sim will not activate.

  15. Bro, 12 din ho chuke hai maine redmi note 3 k liye jio sim le lia tha jio center se but abhi tk na koi msg aaya h na koi cll or na hi sim me netwrk aaye h. 4 bar customer care ko complain register krwa chuka hu but didn;t get any solution yet. Please suggest me what should I do now? 🙁

  16. I goted my unique porting code from airtel, I going to jio store at khambhalia, dist- devbhumi dwarka,gujrat,but store owener said porting facility unavailable on jio so what can I do? Porting code expiry date is 19-09-2016.plz guides me..

  17. I goted unique porting code from airtel,I going to jio store at khambhalia, district-devbhumi dwarka, gujrat, but store owener said porting facility is not available in jio so what can I do now? Pls guides me.code expiry date is 19-09-2016.

  18. Jio network’s tall free numbers 18008899999 and 18608933333 are tottly failed .not responce one time in a day!!!!!wah jio wah….

  19. Admin bro u previously in one article tell that the Jio sim Can work in 3G device and now saying not support in previous comment. Please clear that. And if we use the Jio4G sim in 3G device can it damage any problem to device. Please ans.

  20. Reliance JIO is NOT allowing MNP as of now. I dont know why you tech blogs are misguiding customers by just providing generic MNP details. Shame! Always verify what u post!

  21. Can you please tell me that Reliance Jio service can be availed in Apple iPhone 6?
    Does port option is better or I need to purchase new connection for iPhone?

    My monthly consumption of data is around 15-20 gb and calls around 4000mins

  22. I’m from chennai. i don’t hv 4G mobile( samsung galaxy 2 duos it’s 3G mobile). i want to MNP from airtel to JIO 4G. But i have airtel 3G sim only. what i hve to do. is it possible to use 3G airtel sim covert to Jio and Is it possible to generate code from my mobile handset. But i already bought JIOFI device. Pls help me….

  23. Dear Customer,
    We regret to inform you that we were unable to process your application with NO00000GGLC8 for new connection due to incomplete or mismatched information. To activate your connection, please visit your nearest Jio Store/retailer with POA/POI documents.
    Thank you,
    Team Jio
    Please explain how to solve this

  24. Dear Customer,
    We regret to inform you that we were unable to process your application with NO00000GGLC8 for new connection due to incomplete or mismatched information. To activate your connection, please visit your nearest Jio Store/retailer with POA/POI documents.
    Thank you,
    Team Jio
    Please explain this I can’t contact the customer care

  25. I have requested for MNP from BSNL to JIO on 22/09/2016 and the order No:NO00000AK3KP in spite several efforts .today they told me that BSNL is not allowing for PORT out we are trying our best to resolve it and another issue was The UPC code expries for 15 days so they are saying may be you should submit the UPC code again. again going to the shope and standing in the line for hours is not possible i think it is against the rules of TRAI.

  26. Sir mere pas window phone hai 3g, kya koi trik hai reliance gio use karne ki mere mo par mere pas Microsoft Lumia 535 3g mo phone hai, please help me.

  27. हमाराUP का BSNL नम्बरहै जिओ में पोर्ट करवाना मुम्बई या चेन्नई में हो सकता है नही

  28. Hi, I just have a quick question. I want to port from one service provider to Jio. I do understand that it may take about 7-10 days. I want to go for a post paid plan, and my qs is , as I understand I have to go for a prepaid plan and once my Jio sim gets activated then only I can go for a postpaid plan. Am I right?. And what’s the duration of converting prepaid Jio to postpaid Jio.

    Your quick response would be highly appreciated.

  29. We as a college want to convert or 5 other network numbers to JIO,But local dealer says it may not possible,because we are unable to port the previous customer also

  30. i have a postpaid plan and want to get ported to jio postpaid. But i have recently changed my operator, so will my porting would be done or i will have to wait for certain months with my current operator.


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