Reliance Jio Prepaid Plans With 2GB and More Daily Data are Optimum for Heavy Data Users

Reliance Jio offers many high data recharge plans to its customers which go as high as offering 5GB data per day

  • All the recharges come with unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day
  • The subscribers get access to Reliance Jio’s portfolio of apps
  • The 2GB per day plans start at Rs 198

Out of the telecom operators, the Mukesh Ambani led telecom operator is the one that has been reigning in the industry when it comes to data packs. The telecom operator has been credited with shipping the most attractive data plans along with data at very cheap rates. However, recently, Reliance Jio has run into a snag following the rollout of the IUC plans. There has been a certain backlash from the subscribers of the telecom operator who are not liking the new cost which is being levied on them for making outgoing calls to other networks which has been set at 6 paise per minute. However, despite this fact, it does not change the fact that Reliance Jio still ships very attractive data plans for its subscribers. Now, when data is the focus and if you are a heavy data user and you consume a lot of video content or your stream shows and movies, then the Reliance Jio plans could be a very good choice. So, for all the heavy data users, here are all the Reliance Jio data plans which come with 2GB or more data.


Reliance Jio 2GB Per Day Prepaid Plans

The first set of plans that we would be considering here are the 2GB per day plans. Under this category, the subscribers first have a short term option with 28 days of validity which includes the Rs 198 prepaid plan. This plan by Reliance Jio bundles 56GB data for the total validity period of 28 days along with unlimited calling, 100 SMS per day and access to Reliance Jio apps. In the 2GB per day category, the subscribers can also opt for longer validity options as well, which includes the Rs 398 prepaid plan that offers 70 days of validity and 140GB total data benefit.

Above the Rs 400 range, Reliance Jio subscribers have the option of the Rs 448 prepaid plan and the Rs 498 prepaid plan. Out of these two, the Rs 448 prepaid plan offers 84 days of validity with 2GB data per day and the other benefits of unlimited calling, 100 SMS per day and complimentary subscription to Reliance Jio apps. The Rs 498 prepaid plan offers slightly more validity with 91 days of service. In this period, the subscribers continue to enjoy the same benefits as mentioned above.

Reliance Jio 3GB Per Day Prepaid Plans

Moving on to the higher rungs, Reliance Jio also has a plan which ships 3GB data per day. Now with the higher daily data plans, it is crucial to keep in mind that the subscribers won’t get many options for recharge validity. On these lines, the 3GB per day recharge comes with 28 days validity, and it costs Rs 299. In this recharge plan, the subscribers get 3GB data per day, 100 SMS per day and unlimited calls with a complimentary subscription to Reliance Jio apps.

Reliance Jio 4GB and 5GB Per Day Prepaid Plans

Reliance Jio also offers 4GB data per day plans to its subscribers. This plan is available to the customers for Rs 509, and it comes with 28 days validity with 4GB data per day and the other benefits. Lastly, the Rs 799 prepaid plan by Reliance Jio offers 5GB data per day for the users who might require even more data, perhaps to connect their other devices via hotspot or to stream content in HD.

The subscribers should also keep in mind that while purchasing these recharges, they would also have to get the talk time which Reliance Jio ships with these plans. These IUC talktime vouchers are available for various denominations which include Rs 10, Rs 20, Rs 50, Rs 100, Rs 500 and Rs 1,000.

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But Speeds are not same as before.. Airtel wqs doing good… But not stable .. actually none of operators. 🙁 It happens…always.. even at the time of 3G, now 4G…. Speeds & stability are the issues


As i already said 2 Gb / day will be the minimal data norm very soon Impact Analysis Most people has ported out of JIO due to recent changes because of Point no 1 They need unlimited calls (1/3 of port out for this reason) Point no 2 Because they think that its not be the best option to use 100 to 500 Mb out of 2Gb(2/3 port out for this reason) due to slow speed and price increased from 149 to 222 or 133 to 185 in case of 3 months plan While considering AVOID(If they increase price like… Read more »

JIO , Airtel

Your analysis is LOL.


Mr Analyst Cum data scientist , can you reveal the source of you data you have quoted or is it like 73.6% Of All Statistics Are Made Up like i just made this up.


My Analysis is based on FIBONACCI series

If you add present and past you will get future.(I used past 12 years of AVOID data and 3 years of past JIO data and Present 1 year data (Ie when AVOID introduced minimum recharge) and the data before MNP and after MNP.

I am not data scientist. I am an data analyst. In professional i am analysing the future of the client i work for increase in sales . Same algorithm i apply here too. May be the core of the business differ( ie retail vs telecom). But model is same.

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