JioMart, online grocery store launched in Mumbai. Get benefits worth up to Rs. 3,000 with JioMart Welcome offer
With the start of the new year, Reliance Jio has come with great news. The company is all set to make entry into retail space. JioMart has kicked off operations in Mumbai with presence in Navi Mumbai, Thane, and Kalyan. You can save up to Rs. 3,000 with JioMart Welcome offer.
With its e-commerce venture, the Mukesh Ambani led company will take on rivals such as Amazon, Flipkart, and Bigbasket. Jio has been a dominant force in the telecom sector. Recently, the company came with Jio Happy New Year offer.
Reliance Industries has announced entry into online grocery shopping arena. The e-commerce marketplace connects retailers with customers. JioMart will allow local retailers and Kirana stores.
The company is also expected to bring JioMart app for Android and iOS platforms very soon. The app would allow users to order directly from their smartphone.
The website of the online grocery store is already live for customers in Navi Mumbai, Thane, and Kalyan. However, the service is expected to launch soon in other cities as well. You can register on JioMart website and save up to Rs. 3,000 on launch.
The JioMart welcome offer is for all users similar to the launch offer of Jio and JioFiber broadband service. You just need to sign up on the website to avail JioMart Welcome offer.
Visit JioMart offer page from here
Fill up the registration form
Accept the terms and conditions
Verify the OTP to register for the welcome offer
Note: The offer is available in select areas at the moment. JioMart is expected to launch in other cities very soon. You can visit the page later to register for the welcome offer.
No minimum order value
Welcome offers worth up to Rs. 3,000
50,000+ Grocery products
Reliance Industries is back with one more venture that is expected to make a big difference in the e-commerce Industry. JioMart, the e-commerce venture of Reliance Industries has launched with sign up offers of up to Rs. 3,000. The service is expected to roll-out across all cities very soon.