Reliance Jio annocuned its new Dhan Dhana Dhan tariff plans today. The new plans with revised benefits will be available from October 19 and can be availed by new as well as existing Jio subscribers. As part of these unlimited benefits, customers can enjoy high speed data within prescribed FUP limit followed by unlimited internet at lowered speeds, free voice calls and SMS.
Among the new plans, Reliance Jio is offering Rs 459 plan for Jio Prime members. This plan offer unlimited data benefits for FUP limit of 1GB per day for a periof of 3 months for postpaid users, or 84 days for prepaid users. The Rs 459 plan also comes with unlimited voice calling and access to Jio apps.
In this plan revision, Reliance Jio has also doubled the data limit on the Rs 149 plan. Data entitlement is being increased to 4 GB instead of the current 2 GB. The validity for the plan will be 28 days for prepaid users and one billing period for postpaid users. Unlimited voice calling and text messages as well as free access to the Jio apps bouquet will remain.
Moreover, Reliance Jio will continue to offer the Rs 399 plan with its unlimited benefits for a validity period of 70 days.
For subscribers with more data requirements, Jio will offer the Rs 509 plan which offers 2 GB high speed data per day to users for a validity period of 49 days. This comes in addition to unlimited access to other services.
For users who need unrestricted high speed data access, Jio has maintained its long-term non-FUP plans. The Rs 999 plan will give 60 GB high speed data for 3 months, whereas Rs 1999 will offer 125 GB unrestricted high speed data for 6 months. Jio subscribers can also recharge with the annual plan at Rs 4999 which gives unrestricted access to 350 GB high speed data.
For small value recharges, Jio has introduced super-affordable daily and weekly packs. Under these plans, a user can get free voice, SMS, unlimited data (0.15 GB daily) for as low as Rs 19 for a day, Rs 52 for a week or Rs 98 for 2 weeks.
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