On December 2016, Reliance Jio extended its free services which are valid up to 31st March 2017. Recently, Mukesh Ambani confirmed that Jio subscribers need to pay Rs 99 for a full year to enjoy the current (Happy new year) plan.
Here Are The Answers Of Your Confusions About Reliance Jio Prime
Well, recently the chairman of Reliance made some huge announcements regarding Reliance Jio. He announced a jackpot in the form of Reliance Jio Prime. In December 2016, Reliance Jio extended its free service for more three months and it is valid until 31st March 2017.
In their free period, subscribers will get unlimited calls, SMS, and data. Recently, Mukesh Ambani confirmed that Jio subscribers need to pay Rs 99 for a full year to enjoy the current (Happy new year) plan.
After the one-time fees of Rs 99, customers need to spend Rs 303 for next 12 months to get unlimited data. Now, internet users are asking questions like. Do we have to pay Rs 99 every month? If yes, then what about the Rs 303 plan? How much data we will get if we pay Rs 303 every month.
Well, to sort out all these confusions, we are going to explore the Reliance Jio Prime membership offer.
The validity of the offer:
Jio Prime membership will be valid from 1st April 2017 to 31st March 2018
Amount to pe paid for Prime membership:
Existing Reliance Jio users need to pay the one-time cost of Rs 99 to get Reliance Jio Prime membership. After subscribing to it, users can choose the Rs 303 plan.
Reliance Jio Prime subscribers need to pay Rs 303 every month till March 31, 2018.
Everything will be free until 31st Of March 2018. Free section includes Unlimited Voice calls to any network and SMS
How Much Data Will You Get:
Well, Prime membership is just the extension of existing Happy new year offer. So, the data will be the same. You will get unlimited data. High-speed 4G Data up to 1GB, and then the speed will be reduced to 128Kbps. Users will get 1GB data every day. That means at Rs 303 subscribers will get 30GB of data monthly.
Well, this offer might have killed the competitors in the telecom market. What do you think about this? Share your views in the comment box below.