Chinese smartphone maker Gionee has tied up with Reliance Jio to offer free data to Jio users who own a Gionee smartphone in form of redeemable vouchers, reports Economic Times. As per the report: -Gionee P5L, P7 users with a Jio connection will get 2GB 4G data in form of redeemable voucher” cashback for every new recharge. - Users holding an Elife S6, Elife S7, Marathon M5, S Plus, S6s, F103 pro, M5 lite CDMA, Marathon M4 , Marathon M5 Lite, P7 max and F103 devices will get free 5G of 4G data. - A1, M5 Plus, S6 Pro, Elife E8 users will get free 10GB 4G data in form redeemable vouchers. -Tie up with Paytm for cashback: Apart from this, Jio has tied up with Paytm wherein users who purchase a new Gionee A1 or P7max will receive Rs 250 cash back voucher. This can be redeemed in Paytm in form of Rs 250 flat discount on purchases of Rs 350 and above on Paytm Mall. Jio’s offers are coming to an end, so it’s now giving data cashbacks Jio’s promos are ending, so it is instead taking the ‘partnership route’ by tying up with major OEMs and smartphone brands to incentivize high-value Jio users and also to get new users. Such tie-ups ups allow Jio to get new users/connections, since attractive cashbacks offered via Paytm/Gionee can be availed only with a Jio number. Jio is also constantly rolling freebies in other forms and packages. Note that Jio’s competitors including…
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