October 26, 2021


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Jio users get VoWi-Fi service, can make calls without network

Recently, the telecom company Reliance Jio is working on VoWi-Fi service to facilitate its users and soon it will be rolled out in some circles. Recently, some users in Maharashtra received VoWi-Fi service. At the same time, according to the report, the company has made it available in three states. Under VoWi-Fi service, users can call even without a network, but for this, Wi-Fi is necessary. Now Reliance Jio has made this service available in Kerala and Kolkata including Maharashtra. Let us know that recently telecom company Airtel has rolled out VoWi-Fi service in Delhi-NCR, while testing has been started in Hyderabad, Chennai and Bangalore.

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According to a report by TelecomTalk, Reliance Jio has not yet officially announced the rollout of VoWi-Fi, but some Jio users say that this service has become available in their smartphones. This service can be used by the users of Maharashtra, Kerala and Kolkata. But make it clear that only a few select users can take advantage of it at the moment. The rest of the users will have to wait for the official launch of the VoWi-Fi service.

It has been reported in the report that Jio’s VoWi-Fi service is only supported on select devices. This includes Samsung’s Galaxy M30s, Galaxy M30 and Galaxy M20 smartphones. While this service has been seen in Apple iPhones based on iOS 13.3. That is, users who have iPhone XR, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro devices , He can use Jio’s VoWi-Fi service.

Explain that in order to use VoWiFi service, it is not necessary to have a network in the phone of users, but only with the support of WiFi, this facility can be availed. For this service, users do not have to download any app nor need to pay any separate charge. It has been specifically introduced keeping in mind the areas where users have to face network problems.