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Reliance Jio Fever: Massive Crowds outside Jio Stores in Jaipur

When was the last time you saw people standing in long queues before any retail stores? Perhaps it was when the last iPhone was launched in India. But well, the launch of Reliance Jio has actually made people stand in queues for hours just to get themselves a Jio 4G sim card. Let’s browse through these pictures that show the queues of people at different Reliance Jio stores in Jaipur.

1. People queue up to get Jio sim card at Vaishali Nagar in Jaipur when the sun is atop bright and shiny

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Image courtesy – Abhishek Gaur

2. Passport banwana aasaan hai par Jio sim lena mushkil

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Some people say that it is easier to get a passport but difficult to get yourself a Jio sim

3. This is the condition in front of Reliance Digital store at Gaurav Tower (GT), Jaipur. Just look at the crowd.

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Image courtesy: Abhijit Chakraborty

4. Everyone wants a Jio sim card but getting one is not easy

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5. This is a picture from just 11a.m. in the morning and Reliance Digital store at Mansarovar has not even opened. But the massive crowd gathered outside this store shows what a huge hit Jio is.

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Image courtesy: Tarun Yadav

6. iPhone like rush for Jio as chaos reigns

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So, how many of you are ready to be a part of these long queues at the Reliance Jio stores? Or, how many of you are planning to drop the idea of getting Jio? Let us know

 


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