In the plan of the Jio GigaFiber rollout in India, Reliance Jio has changed the Jio4GVoice app into JioCall to form means for its new fixed line service. The updated app is made to form Jio fixed line connections good by enabling video and voice calls directly from your smartphone. Basically, the app can currently begin supporting Jio fixed line subscribers additionally. JioCall app will still provide all the options that were a locality of the Jio4GVoice app, as well as VoLTE support for existing 2G, 3G, and 4G phones to change HD voice and video. The app is additionally designed to figure with a JioFi device to change VoLTE features.
Consumers need to configure their 10-digit Jio GigaFiber fixed line number on the JioCall app, the listing on Google Play confirmed it. The official listing highlights that the app can enable voice call through the fixed line number directly employing a smartphone. The app can have a set Profile for the fixed line association to alter calls.
The listing on Google Play mentions that users will not be required to have a separate SIM on their smartphones to experience video and voice calls through the Jio network. This can make that the calling facility will be available through the Jio call app using fixed line connection.
The JioCall app has Rich Communication Services (RCS) to bring features such as rich call, chat, and group chat, as well as in-call file share, location share, and stickers but the RCS features will be available through the JioCall app with Jio SIM only.
Reliance Jio hasn't yet confirmed the rollout of its fixedline service