JetBlue’s free phone numbers are now accessible to anyone using the company’s free mobile app.
The service, launched today, lets users check whether a mobile phone number is registered in India and is eligible for use in that country.
The app allows users to use the free numbers to find the phone number that is registered with the government.
The company’s India mobile phone network, JetBlue India, has partnered with Reliance, which runs the national mobile phone service in the country, to make the service available.
A user of the JetBlue app, which is currently available in more than 60 countries and territories, can then select the desired phone number and start searching for it, with JetBlue helping to match the phone numbers with the numbers on its database of eligible phone numbers.
The new feature, which has been launched on JetBlue phones and other mobile devices, is available for all users in India who have a valid email address.
“The JetBlue number lookup app helps consumers find and select the correct phone number from their JetBlue account,” JetBlue said in a statement.
“Users can also use this feature to verify whether a number is currently registered in an eligible country or not.
Users can also see how much the number is worth in the App Store, as well as check if their number is eligible to be used by the government in that particular country.
Users can search for phones in their country of registration and verify their eligibility to use JetBlue.
They can also compare the phone to the available numbers on the database, and then choose the correct number for their account.”
The JetBlack app is also available in India.
While the JetBlack number lookup is free, users can register for free and can use the service to check whether their phone number has been registered in a country.
According to the JetJet app, users will also be able to compare the available phones to the ones in their home country.
“The new JetBlue phone number service will be available to JetBlue customers in India from April 1, 2019,” JetJet said in an email.
“We are excited to partner with Reliant in the future and bring our free phone check feature to our Indian customers.”
JetBlue also recently introduced its new free mobile phone numbers service.