Reliance Communication to offer Unlimited India calling voucher for Rs. 149

by Pavan Kumar B.C 2

Reliance communication has reportedly launched a new tariff voucher for its 4G user base in the circle of Andhra Pradesh. The voucher is priced at Rs. 149 with a validity of 28 days and offers similar benefits of true unlimited calling to any of the local or STD mobile or landline number without any restrictions like other operators. It also supports 300 MB of 4G data which also comes with a validity of 28 days.

Moreover, like the Jio offers Rcom also provides free incoming calls in national roaming also, but it does not provide 100 SMS as well as the unlimited outgoing calls while in national roaming, unlike Jio. With the launch of Jio, we have seen many mobile operating losing their revenue and Reliance communication is among them.

It looks like Rcom has taken this step to cover up the revenue and attract more customers. Moreover to enjoy the Jio services the user need to either have a 4G VoLTE capable handset or has to get upgraded to 4G VoLTE which could be a little hazel for few users or who cannot afford these handsets. To encounter the same, Jio has revealed its plans of launching VoLTE capable feature phones for Rs. 999 which will solve most of the problems.

Reliance Communication will be launching the same tariff plans on the 3G as well as 2G networks which can be used to deliver the voice service which could also save its users from buying costly handsets.

Are you going get upgraded to the new Rcom voucher? There is no news about when this offer will be launched and as per the reports it will be initially available in the Andhra Pradesh circle and will be later extended to other circles.

Do you use a Jio SIM? Will you switch back to Reliance or continue with Jio? Share your thoughts, and we will be getting back to you will all the information. We might see more operators across the nation coming up with similar plans to attract its customers and increase its revenue.

Pavan Kumar B.C


Pavan is an Electronic & Communication Engineer, a Gadget freak and has passion towards Photography, Wild life, Sports and always trying and finding new thing in the fields interested. He also collects rare information, which are not in books (mostly about animals), and very much interested in modelling and acting. Loves to spend time with friends, kids and importantly, PETS!

  • Arpit Porwal

    Not at all. Jio call quality has improved a lot in last week. Will continue Jio and Airtel.

  • If RCom could offer same service on 2G & 3G networks then I think it’d help many considering the Jio call drop issue, 4G network issue, and on top of that, no need to buy a VoLTE enabled 4G device!