- JioTag launched in India as an alternative to Apple AirTag.
- Jio has priced its Bluetooth tracker at Rs 2,199, but it’s available for Rs 749 for the time being.
- Interested users can pick the JioTag from the official Jio website online.
JioTag launched in India finally with an attractive price tag. Reliance has launched its latest Bluetooth tracker as an Apple AirTag alternative in the country. To recollect, the Apple AirTag is priced at Rs 3,490 for a single tag and Rs 11,900 for a pack of 4 tags. The new JioTag undercuts Apple’s offering by half with an actual price tag of Rs 2,199. The icing on the cake is that Mukesh Ambani-led company offers its Bluetooth tracker under Rs 1,000 for a limited period. The latest accessory from the brand is available on the official Jio website online. Here’s everything you need to know about JioTag.
JioTag Price in India, Availability
As you can see in the screenshot above, JioTag is already up for sale on the official Jio.com website. It can also be purchased from Reliance Digital and JioMart. According to the listing, the device is priced at Rs 2,199 but is available for Rs 749. Currently, Jio offers cash on delivery in a few pin codes, but interested buyers can pick up the device by placing prepaid orders.
JioTag Specifications, Features
Like Apple AirTag, JioTag is a Bluetooth tracker for devices and accessories. The device weighs 9.5 grams and measures 3.82 x 3.82 x 0.72cm. Users can simply connect the device to the JioThings app on their smartphone and attach the tag to their wallet, handbag, or any other personal item to keep track of them.
Jio is offering an extra battery and lanyard cable in the box. The lanyard makes it easier for users to attach the JioTag to their belongings. According to the website, the device is powered by a replaceable CR2032 battery, which offers a backup of a year. Moreover, the JioTag comes with a range of up to 20 meters indoors and up to 50 meters outdoors. It connects to the smartphone using Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity option.
While you can attach the JioTag to your belonging, users can also use the JioTag to locate their misplaced smartphones. Simply double-tap the JioTag to ring the phone, even in silent mode. JioTag will also warn users if they leave their wallets, keys, or other belongings behind, along with the accurate location where they left them.
What sets JioTag apart from Apple AirTag, despite the similar functionality, is the Jio Community Find feature. When users cannot find their belongings even at the last disconnection location, they can mark their JioTag as lost on the JioThings app, and Jio Community Find will search and report back the location of the lost JioTag.