Reliance Jio announced the end of the Happy New Year offers by March 31st announcing the new Jio Prime membership a couple of months back. Recently they also announced the new Summer Surprise offer which is not available anymore since TRAI advised to take the offer down. After all this fiasco now, Jio will be coming up new offers for its users which will allow them to get unlimited benefits on their Jio number for as low as Rs. 309.
Talking about these new plans, we have been hearing a lot about them lately and now it looks like we have some firm info on them. According to sources, it looks like Jio is planning to announce two new plans with 1GB and 2GB per day respectively. It looks like the 1GB plan will cost Rs. 309 for the prime members and Rs. 349 for non-prime members on the network. The plan will include 1GB of data per day along with unlimited free calling for 84 days. On the other hand, if you are a new user on the network, then you can also get the whole package for Rs. 408 (99 for prime & 309 for this offer).
As far as the 2GB plan goes, it will cost Rs. 509 for the prime members and Rs. 549 for non-prime members on the network. This will give you 2GB of data per day and also unlimited calls for 84 days. Again, if you are a new user to the network, then you can get the package for Rs. 608 and get the prime as well as this new offer together for 84 days. We don’t have much info on when the plans will go live for the subscribers but if this is what Jio is going to bring to the market then this is a clear victory for Jio other the competitions.
At these rates, no other telecom operator is offering the services and definitely, Jio will be the number one choice of the users. Now let’s hope that we get these new plans as soon as possible so that most users can take advantage of it. Having said that, we would like to know what do you think about this? Would you be interested in using Jio with these new plans or would you be switching back to your old network? Be sure to let us know by dropping a comment down below and also stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more info on this.