Jio users can now obtain instant high-speed data through loans and pay later. The latest product of the Mumbai-based telecom operator called “Emergency Data Loan” is designed to allow its prepaid users to obtain up to five 1GB data loan packages-a total of 5GB. Subscribers will be able to pay for the added data at a later stage. The new facility will help users who have exhausted their existing data allocations and are unable to purchase data top-ups for their accounts.

Each emergency data loan package with 1GB of high-speed data access is worth Rs. 11 And it is valid until the validity period of the basic plan, means that you can continue to use the additional data until the validity period of your basic plan ends. It is also important to note that emergency data lending tools can only be used if you have an effective basic plan.

How to use emergency data loan on Jio

The user needs to install the MyJio application on the mobile phone to obtain an emergency data loan through the Jio connection. Here are the steps on how to use the loan.

  1. Open MyJio and go to the hamburger menu from the upper left corner of the screen.

  2. select Emergency data loan under Mobile.

  3. Tap carry on Under the banner of emergency data loans.

  4. select Get urgent data Options.

Jio users can use the MyJio app to obtain emergency data loans up to 5GB
Image source: Jio

The emergency data loan package will now be activated on your connection. You can also pay for the used data loan through the emergency data loan page on the MyJio app.

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Jio has not yet clearly stated when people will need to pay the loan. TechnologyShout has contacted the company and will update this report when we receive a response.

Earlier this week, Jio launched the rupee. 3,499 annual prepaid plan, providing daily 3GB high-speed data allocation. The telecommunications company is currently testing its 5G network, is touted to provide speeds of up to 1Gbps.


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Jagmeet Singh writes about consumer technology for TechnologyShout New Delhi. Jagmeet is a senior reporter for TechnologyShout and often writes about applications, computer security, Internet services, and telecommunications development. Jagmeet is available on Twitter @JagmeetS13 or email to jagmeets@TechnologyShout.com. Please send your clues and tips.more

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