Reliance Jio Offers 100% Cashback on Rs 399 Recharge During Diwali
Reliance Jio is currently offering the basic unlimited plan at a rock bottom price of Rs 309 for three months. Now, the company is bringing a new “Jio Diwali Dhan Dhana Dhan” offer. Under this new plan, the users will be getting the same benefits of Rs 309 plan but at a slightly higher price of Rs 399. The validity of this new prepaid plan is 84 days (~ 3 months). To avail these benefits, the user has to make a recharge of Rs 399 between the Diwali festive period of October 12th to 18th.
However, this new plan will act like an advance recharge and will only get activated after the expiry of the current plan. Apart from continuing the unlimited plan, the company is also offering 100% cashback on the recharge amount. The users who recharge with the new 399 plan in the above mentioned dates will get Rs 400 worth cashback in the form of 8 vouchers of Rs 50 denomination. These Rs 50 discount vouchers can be redeemed one at a time on Jio recharges of Rs 309 & above plans and against Rs 91 & above data add-ons.
Also important to note is that the redemption period starts only from November 15th. The cashback offer can be availed only through the recharges made through MyJio, Jio.com, JioMoney, PayTM, AmazonPay, PhonePe, Mobikwik, Jio Store, Reliance Digital, and Partner Retail Stores. Even at Rs 399, the unlimited voice calls along with 1GB of high-speed data per day for 84 days still makes it a great value for money deal. Earlier today, Airtel announced a special plan of Rs 169 along with a new smartphone from Karbonn.
With this new plan, Airtel is offering unlimited local & STD calls along with 0.5GB 4G data per day for 28 days for the Karbonn A40 smartphone users. The Airtel users with other 4G handsets can also get the same benefits for Rs 169 but the validity is decreased to just 14 days. Reliance Jio also mentioned bringing new tariff plans from October 19th. While there is no information regarding the upcoming plans, we can guarantee that those plans won’t be as affordable as the current 399 plan.