How to recharge your Reliance Jio number using an ATM

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on 30-Mar-2020
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Reliance Jio has taken to Twitter to announce that Jio users can recharge their numbers from the nearest ATM. The telecom giant has tied up with nine banks for the same. The banks include State Bank of India, Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, Citi Bank, DCB Bank, AUF Bank, and Standard Chartered Bank. The following are the steps one can take to recharge their Jio number via an ATM. 

Step 1: Insert your card in the machine.
Step 2: Choose the “Recharge” option from the menu.
Step 3: Enter the mobile number you want to recharge. Remember, it must be a Jio number.
Step 4: Enter your ATM pin.
Step 5: Enter the recharge amount. 
Step 6: Confirm
Step 7: You will see the confirmation message on the screen and the relevant amount will be deducted from your account. 
Step 8: you will receive the message from Jio that your recharge is successful.

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The ability to recharge your Jio number via an ATM is another method to add convenience to users that want to recharge their smartphones. What isn’t clear is whether other banks will also join the effort or whether other telecom operators will add the facility as an option to let users recharge their devices. According to telecom talk, “the market data suggests that the combined number of ATMs across the nine banks is over 90,000 and thus offering customers several points for them to recharge their mobile number. State Bank of India offers the largest ATM networks in India and has over 50,000 ATMs across the country while ICICI Bank has over 15,589 ATMs. Similarly, HDFC Bank has over 14, 533 ATMs and Axis Bank has over 11,800 ATMs”.

Reliance Jio has been doing its part along with other telecom operators in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. Jio is offering new customers broadband connections at 10Mbps wherever possible without charging any service charge while existing customers get double the data. You can read more about it here. Other broadband providers are also doing their part. You can learn more about it here.

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