Reliance Jio Will
Reliance Jio Will "Discontinue" Voice Calls For These Customers

According to the new guidelines, Reliance Jio is about to discontinue the free voice calling facility for some users. Reliance Jio claimed that it had all rights to discontinue the free voice calls service after 300 minutes.

Reliance Jio Will “Discontinue” Voice Calls For These Customers

If we talk about free internet in India, Reliance Jio will be the first name to prefer. The company offered high-speed internet for free and already dominated the telecom section in India by providing unlimited free calls to any network along with SMS

So, Reliance Jio is already giving a tough competition to other telecom operators. However, one of the key services provided by Reliance Jio is about to get some restriction.

According to the new guidelines, Reliance Jio is about to discontinue the free voice calling facility for some users. Reliance Jio claimed that it had all rights to discontinue the free voice calls service after 300 minutes.

This step is to prevent the number from commercial or fraudulent use. The company will consider commercial use for a number once the outgoing voice usage goes beyond 300 minutes per day or 1200 minutes for 7 days or 3,000 minutes for 28 days, whichever hits earlier.

Reliance Jio under the terms and condition page for both “Postpaid” and “Prepaid” page mentioned that “This Plan is intended only for personal use of included services. RJIL reserves the right to discontinue the free Voice benefits offered as part of this Plan in case of misuse/ fraudulent use/ unauthorised telemarketing and commercial use. Commercial usage for this plan is defined as outgoing voice usage of 300 minutes per day or 1200 minutes for 7 days or 3,000 minutes per month (28 days), whichever is earlier. Calling to 100 unique MSIDNs in a rolling 7 day period will also constitute commercial usage.

According to the reports from Gadgets Now, Jio executive has told them that the company hasn’t yet faced any such cases and Reliance Jio has its own algorithm to note if the calls are made for commercial purposes.

To remove the limitation, users need to recharge their number. The amount details are not mentioned by the executive. So, what do you think about this? Share your views in the comment box below.



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