Transitioning from one Network Service Provider to another has never been easier, according to MNP’s “How To Port Your Airtel Mobile Connection To A Jio Number: A Quick 4 Step Guide.” Through an SMS prompt or the MyJio App, you may migrate from Airtel to Jio and vice versa in four phases over a week.
How to Port Airtel to Jio
SMS PORT (a 10-digit mobile number) to 1900 from your existing mobile number. Step 2: You will receive an SMS containing the UPC (Unique Porting Code) and its expiration date. Step 3: Visit your nearest Jio Store or Jio Retailer with the UPC.
How to Switch from Airtel to Jio
If you’re wondering how to migrate your Airtel number to Jio, follow this step-by-step tutorial.
MNP (Mobile Number Portability)
To migrate your Airtel number to Jio, you must first enable Mobile Number Portability (MNP). MNP is a service that allows you to keep your current mobile number while changing telecom providers. To use MNP, contact your current service provider’s customer service or visit their website. To begin the process, you must submit basic information, such as your name, address, and phone number.
Make a note of your Unique Porting Code (UPC).
Once you’ve started the MNP procedure, your current service provider will provide you with a Unique Porting Code (UPC). The telecom provider must give the UPC a unique code to transfer your number to Jio. You must write down this code since it will be required in the following stage.
Go to the Jio Store.
The next step is to take your UPC and a valid picture ID to a Jio Store. You may find the nearest Jio Store using the Jio website or the MyJio app. When you arrive at the store, complete the Customer Application Form (CAF) and submit it with your picture ID verification.
Install your new Jio SIM Card.
After submitting the CAF, you will receive a new Jio SIM card. You must install and activate this SIM card on your phone. After activation, your current Airtel number will be moved to Jio, and you can utilize Jio services.