Are you a JIO customer? Now get 1.5 GB additional 4G data per day
Here is some good news if you are a JIO customer. Reliance JIO has come up with a new offering for its customers on pre-paid plans priced in the range of Rs 149 to Rs 799. Now, pre-paid users will get 1.5 GB additional 4G data per day. Isn’t it great offer? Of course, it is.
JIO Double Dhamaka is a limited period offer starting 12th June and will end on 30th June 2018. Right from the dinky plan of Rs 149 to a king-sized plan of Rs 799 all JIO pre-paid users will now get 1.5 GB additional 4G data per day. JIO has revised its pre-paid plans to counter Airtel which recently announced 1GB additional data on Rs 149 and Rs 399 plan.
Here is what you will get when you recharge with different JIO plans before 30th June:
- 3 GB data per day: Rs 149, Rs 349, Rs 399 and Rs 449 plan
- 3.5 GB data per day: Rs 198, Rs 398, Rs 448 and Rs 498 plan
- 4.5 GB data per day: Rs 299 plan
- 5.5 GB data per day: Rs 509 plan
- 6.5 GB data per day: Rs 799 plan
There will be no change in the validity of these plans and you will continue to get other benefits like truly unlimited voice calls (local and national) even while you roam. You will also get 100 SMS per day and a complimentary subscription to JIO Apps.
Moreover, for a limited period, JIO is also offering a discount of Rs100 on recharges of Rs 300 and above, and 20% on recharges below Rs 300 provided the user recharges through “MyJIO” app and pays using PhonePe wallet.
I have seen many users asking on different blogs and forums “How to get more than 1 GB of daily data on JIO?”; “Tricks to get unlimited data on JIO”; etc. The current offering of additional 1.5 GB 4G data per day from Reliance JIO would be a temporary solution to them. There is a saying “Something is better than nothing” and I do believe in it.
Tariff war between the operators is surely benefiting the end users and they are enjoying “best of both the worlds”.
I would like to know your views on JIO’s Double Dhamaka Offer. As a JIO user which plan would, you prefer to recharge with? Please share your views in the comments section below.
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