Reliance Jio Rs 555 and Rs 444 Prepaid Plans are Similar, But There’s One Major Difference

Ever since the introduction of IUC Top-Up vouchers, Reliance Jio is all over the plan because of the pressure created by incumbent telcos and its own customers

  • Reliance Jio is offering a total of four All-in-One recharges to the prepaid users
  • The Rs 555 prepaid recharge from Jio offers 3,000 minutes of non-Jio calling
  • Reliance Jio is aiming at the heavy non-Jio voice callers with this Rs 555 prepaid plan

Alongside the reported three All-in-One recharges, Reliance Jio also launched a premium Rs 555 prepaid plan that offers benefits for 84 days. The Rs 555 All-in-One prepaid recharge from Jio is pretty much similar to the Rs 444 plan, except the former offers 3,000 non-Jio calling minutes. For the unaware, all the All-in-One prepaid plans from Reliance Jio offers 2GB daily data, unlimited Jio-to-Jio voice calls, 100 SMSes per day and 1,000 non-Jio voice calling minutes, but the Rs 555 plan is slightly different as it ships with a total of 3,000 non-Jio voice calling minutes. This plan is aimed at users who make a lot of outgoing voice calls to other networks. So overall Reliance Jio is now offering a total of four All-in-One recharges which ship with non-Jio calling minutes on top of standard calling, data and SMS benefits.

Reliance Jio Rs 555 All-in-One Recharge Benefits Detailed

Ever since the introduction of IUC Top-Up vouchers, Reliance Jio is all over the plan because of the pressure created by incumbent telcos and its own customers. To settle down the customers, Reliance Jio has come up with All-in-One recharges for prepaid customers, priced at Rs 222, Rs 333, Rs 444 and Rs 555. All these prepaid plans offer 2GB daily data, unlimited Jio-to-Jio voice calls and 100 SMSes per day for up to 84 days. Except for the Rs 555 All-in-One prepaid plan, the Rs 222, Rs 333 and Rs 444 recharges come with 1,000 non-Jio voice calling minutes.

When it comes to the premium Rs 555 All-in-One prepaid recharge, it offers the same benefits of Rs 444 plan including 84 days validity, 168GB data benefit, unlimited Jio-to-Jio voice calls and 100 SMSes per day. Additionally, the plan also comes with 3,000 non-Jio voice calling minutes, which is equivalent to over Rs 300 of IUC Top-Up recharges.

Reliance Jio Rs 555 or Rs 444 Prepaid Recharge: Which One to Choose

Unlike incumbent telcos, Reliance Jio never confused its prepaid customers by launching a plethora of plans. But for the first time, it’s confusing a lot of users because the Rs 444 plan offers better benefits than the standard Rs 448 prepaid plan available for a while now. For the unaware, Reliance Jio’s Rs 448 recharge ships with 2GB daily data, unlimited voice calling (Jio to Jio) and 100 SMSes per day for 84 days, but the Rs 444 plan offers same benefits at a lesser price and it even comes with 1,000 non-Jio voice calling minutes.

While Jio prepaid users may get confused between the Rs 444 and Rs 448 prepaid plans, the confusion does not exist when it comes to choosing Rs 444 or Rs 555 prepaid plan. The Rs 555 prepaid plan is aimed at the users who make voice calls to other networks. For example, if a customer chooses the talk time top-ups additionally after recharging the Rs 444 prepaid plan, then the overall cost becomes more than Rs 555 All-in-One plan. On top of the Rs 444 prepaid plan, a Jio prepaid customer will have to recharge with Rs 150 talk time plans to get the additional non-Jio voice calling minutes, but the Rs 555 plan comes bundled with 3,000 minutes which would be enough for most of the users.

Reliance Jio always provided the best recharge options to the customers in the prepaid segment and it continues with the All-in-One packs. What do you think about the newly launched All-in-One plans from Jio? Let us know by commenting below.

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Jio fooled entire nation to gain customers now time has come to rubbish JIO SIM Cards and continue with Airtel, Vodafone, idea, BSNL…..


Really ??? as If Airtel loved the nation by giving 300rs for 1gb data. Come on guys 10-20rs kuch nahi hota.


agreed.. people are so stupid now, they don’t even want to pay 6paisa


People are not stupid.
JIO promised 4G speeds, but is actually giving 2G-3G speeds. Jio promised free calls for life but is now charging IUC. They always showed JIO is a profitable business even after paying IUC, then why ask customers to pay 6paise now? This shows that they are using wrong accounting standards, and trying to game the system so that no competition is left.


JIO promised 4G speeds, but is actually giving 2G-3G speeds. –> bhai India ki population hi itni hai to kya karein. I get around 20-30Mbps speed and I am happy.
Jio promised free calls for life but is now charging IUC. —> Agreed, but at least acknowledge they are fair and tell IUC for extra charge, otherwise they could easily increased the recharge amount.
they are using wrong accounting standards –> can’t comment, I am not into accounting. But remember they pay hefty IUC charges.

kanchan karai

last time they increased recharge amount exactly 2 yrs ago in diwali and got in loss


India ki population itni he that’s not my problem. That’s Ambani problem. Let him solve that. If he doesn’t provide good experience on a user front then get lost from this sector. As simple as that. Jio promised free calls for life but is now charging IUC. That’s not our problem again. Buy Trai officials and keep IUC zero and give us unlimited calls as you promised. Even I am ready to pay extra amount for the same. But 1000 minutes for 84 days? Is he out of his mind? Certainly he is. they are using wrong accounting standards –>… Read more »


Disagree with you
It’s Not responsibility of Amabani to solve issue of population.


Off topic : Vodafone-Idea integration has started in Pune. No Vodafone 2G and 4G on Idea sim.


This is screenshot my friends phone which I am sharing and he is using Idea. The screenshot taken in Old Sanghvi of Pune city for your information. As I said in previous posts,I have test sim offered by Jio for free since January 2016(Absolutely free)(I didn’t even had VoLTE device by that time). My actual number which was Jio at the end of 2017 has been shifted to Airtel on the advice of tri_vis and my secondary number Idea which is again ported to Airtel due to slightly better network. I have Vodafone spare sim as well which I recharge… Read more »


Well Nikhil bro, thanks for the credit.
Though I am facing indoor coverage issues on Airtel network at my location, but outside coverage good and speeds are great.


No 900Mhz in Gujarat I guess. Same with Kerala. People shifted to Airtel due to poor Jio and integration of Vodafone-Idea and now Vodafone-Idea is performing better than both of these in few cities. But integration is going on aggressively. Wait for that to happen in Gujarat. You will see amazing results. At least in city limits. On highways and railroutes, you will find only 900Mhz and 1800Mhz. On window only, you will get good coverage on Airtel. Airtel has deployed 4G aggressively in 2017 in Mumbai and that made me shift to Airtel. Still 2100Mhz is not deployed for… Read more »


Don’t know about that. He just shared the screenshot two three days back.

I have spare Jio sim which I can use anytime for lifetime. But Jio speeds is slower than snail.


My dad use Idea postpaid connection which he will never throw unless and until Birla gives it up. My mom uses Idea prepaid for voice calling itself. There is 4Mbps wired connection where they stay.
My younger brother uses, Airtel and Airtel as his operators in Pune.
I have 20Mbps wired connections at all my homes in Mumbai from Ion


Not really.

Aniruddha Dhar|Santragachi|West Bengal



What happened?

Aniruddha Dhar|Santragachi|West Bengal

Not really, on being asked you are very rich for having multiple homes.

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