RCom’s New Rs. 333 Postpaid Plan Gives 30GB Data and 1000 Local & STD Minutes Per Month

By June 16th, 2017 AT 4:09 PM

Reliance Communications have figured out a way to tackle the incumbent telecom operators in the country. It’s by offering attractive postpaid plans. All the telecom operators in the country are relying on the prepaid users and left out the postpaid users. Moreover, a chunk of postpaid users has already converted to prepaid to get more benefits.


Taking on the postpaid segment, RCom has recently offered three postpaid plans providing 1GB data at just Rs. 16.66. And today, the company has come up with a new plan of Rs. 333, which gives both the data benefits and voice calling benefits. However, this new plan comes with voice calling limitation.

The plan is called Jalsa Unlimited Rs. 333 and gives free 1000 minutes of local and STD calling to any network across India. Also, the incoming calls on roaming are free as well. The highlight of the plan, however, is the data offering.

The Rs. 333 plan provides 30GB data of 4G data, effectively offering per GB at just Rs. 11.1. This is the best postpaid plan available right now, in fact, it’s the best voice calling and data plan available right now.


Furthermore, the plan will be valid for 30 days and the Rs. 333 plan excludes the service tax amount. It also offers 100 SMS per billing cycle. In addition, if you subscribe the plan now, you will get the plan at the same cost for the next one year.


However, there are some catches with this scheme. Customers can enrol under the plan only via RCom’s shopping portal- rcom-eshop.com, same as the recently announced plans. Furthermore, this plan is valid only in the circles where RCom has a 4G presence. That said, the circles where this plan is applicable are Delhi, Mumbai, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh.

As we mentioned earlier, the other three plans, which got a discount of 28 percent are Jalsa Unlimited 499 which offers 30GB 4G data along with unlimited free voice calls. The Jalsa Unlimited 399 plan gives 15GB 4G data per billing cycle, while the Jalsa Unlimited 239 plan offers 6GB data. You can check out the complete details of the plans here. All these plans are applicable only for new RCom postpaid connections.

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They work good in mumbai with aircel …once u in Maharashtra u will face mammoth issues …..

Adithya Vardhan
Adithya Vardhan

Only specific towers are giving 4g signals. I have experienced it in whole MH.


On Rcom 4g map website in nearer to my Villagers big cities they don’t have 4g

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