Reliance Jio had already ended up all the competition by announcing the Rs 303 Special Pack which it offers. At Rs 303, Reliance Jio is giving away 30GB of Data and had promised to expand its network drastically by the end of this year.
Reliance Jio Ends Up All The Competition At Just Rs 303/-
Recently, the chairman of Reliance made the huge announcement by launching Jio Prime. Well, those who don’t know about Reliance Jio, let me tell you the company is giving free services to its subscribers till 31st March 2017. The free services include SMS, Calls, Internet.
Well, at the same time we all know that Reliance Jio is going to end its independent streak and users need to pay Rs 99 for a full year to enjoy the current (Happy New Year) Plan. Although, Rs 99 will be the one-time fees and subscribers need to spend Rs 303 for next 12 month starting from April 1, 2017.
If customers pay Rs 303 every month from April 1, 2017, then users will get free services like calls, SMS, Internet. Users will get 1GB of High-speed 4G data every day, after 1GB the speed will be reduced to 128kbps.
In short, Reliance Jio had already ended all the competition in telecom market by announcing the Rs 303 special offer. Airtel is offering 2GB data at the massive price of Rs 296 whereas the 5GB plan costs Rs 497 and the 10GB plan is priced at Rs 999.
Vodafone is offering 2GB data at the cost of Rs 348 whereas the 3GB data plan costs Rs 647 and the 5GB plan has been priced at Rs 849. Vodafone also has a 10GB plan which is priced at Rs 999.
Idea which also in the race is offering 2G of 3G/4G data at the price of Rs 448, 5GB Data at the price of Rs 599 and the 10GB data pack is priced at huge Rs 1346.
So, Jio had already ended up all the competition by announcing the Rs 303 Special pack which it offers. At Rs 303, Reliance Jio is giving away 30GB of Data. However, looking at the network connectivity, Airtel still holds the sweet spot. Jio, on the other hand, promised to expand its network drastically by the end of this year.
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