JioMart services started in 200 cities of the country, goods getting with 5 percent discount

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New Delhi: The services of Jiomart, an online grocery service platform launched by Reliance Industries Limited, have now reached more than 200 cities in the country. Damodar Mall, CEO of Reliance Retail’s grocery business has given this information by tweeting. With the expansion of Jiomart, it is now expected to give a direct competition to Amazon and Flipkart. Jiomart has also offered customers a five percent discount on the maximum retail price (MRP) of the product.

Jiomart is an e-commerce venture of Reliance Retail. Under Facebook’s agreement with Jio platform, JioMart is offering its services through WhatsApp. Jiomartfirst started its services at three locations near Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Kalyan and Thane. RIL President Mukesh Ambani had told that JioMart and WhatsApp plan to bring 30 million small Indian grocery stores online.

jiomart serices started in more than 200 cities

This is how to order

Customers must first save a number to order online. After saving the number, a link will come from this number on the customer’s WhatsApp, which will have a duration of 30 minutes. The customer has to submit some of his information by clicking on this link. After this, customers will be able to order from the list of items sent by JioMart. Now the customer’s order will be sent to the nearby grocery store or Jiomart store. The customer will also get information about order preparation through WhatsApp.

Delivery will be done at home

Jiomart is currently selling grocery products, rice, pulses, oil, packaged food, dairy products, frozen products, fruits and vegetables. The company is delivering these products to people at home. Jiomart can prove to be much better at maintaining the physical distance law at the time of coronavirus. You can check whether the services of Jiomart have started in your city through the pin code of your place on the Jiomart portal.

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