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The much hyped Reliance Jio preview offer, which went live on select smartphone brands recently, has been extended to all of LG's 4G VoLTE (Voice-over-LTE) smartphones in India.

"We are excited to partner with Reliance Jio to bring the Jio Preview Offer for our customers. At LG, we have always believed in offering a great product to our consumers and this partnership further underscores our commitment to Indian consumers for a seamless and exciting experience on hardware, software and services. We are sure that our consumers will enjoy the HD voice, video calling and high speed data experience that they will experience as a part of this offer," Amit Gujral, head of marketing LG Mobiles India, said in a statement.

As part of the Reliance Jio preview offer, LG device owners will be able to enjoy unlimited HD Voice (VoLTE), Video calling, unlimited SMS, unlimited high speed data and Jio Apps for a period of 90 days. However, charges will be applied to international calls and roaming.

Interested LG device owners can head over to the nearest Reliance Digital/ Xpress outlets with two passport size photos and a photocopy of a valid government-issued identity card and get Reliance Jio SIM card.

Here is list of the LG devices eligible for Reliance Jio preview offer:

  1. LG G5
  2. LG K10
  3. LG K7
  4. LG X Screen
  5. LG Stylus 2 Plus
  6. LG Stylus 2
  7. LG X CAM
  8. LG G4
  9. LG Spirit LTE
  10. LG G4 Stylus 4G
  11. Nexus 5X.

When will Reliance Jio service launch officially?

There is no official word on when the new Reliance Jio service will be opened for commercial operation, but rumours are rife that the service may commence in October.

The launch of Reliance Jio preview scheme has led to a spat between rival network carriers. Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, Idea and others, who form the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), have filed a complaint with the government, accusing Reliance Jio of choking networks of its members, and rolling out full-fledged services to customers under the guise of trial offer.

Earlier this week, company owner Mukesh Ambani met DoT (Department of Telecommunications) officials to discuss the Reliance Jio roll-out plans and also complained against Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) for denying to increase inter-connection points and accused them of breach of license agreement and impeding Reliance Jio's smooth entrance to the market.