Reliance Jio Introduces 70% Buyback Offer on the Samsung Galaxy S9+

After an array of Apple products, Reliance Jio has brought the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy S9+ to its Jio.com & Reliance Digital retail stores and introduced 70% buyback offer as well. Reliance Jio is already offering Rs 6,000 cashback on the Galaxy S9+, but this buyback offer from the company makes the deal even better. To avail the 70% buyback offer, consumers need to have a Jio connection and do a cumulative recharge of minimum Rs 2500 within 12 months from any of the available Jio plans. Consumers can also opt for an exclusive Jio offer on the Galaxy S9, S9+ wherein users on Jio get an exclusive offer of 1TB of 4G data along with unlimited voice & SMS for one year worth Rs 15,000 at only Rs 4,999. Additionally, the users are entitled to complimentary JioPrime Membership as a part of this plan offer.

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Do make a note that customers need to purchase the Galaxy S9+ 256GB variant at its original price of Rs 72,900. The phone, for now, is available only in Midnight colour option. Samsung might introduce other colour variants of the device later. Also, do make a note that this 70% cashback will be available only for the 256GB storage option.

Speaking about the offer, a customer should purchase the device from Reliance Digital or Reliance DX Mini/Jio Store or Jio.com on or after March 16, 2018, and activated on the Jio network on or before June 15, 2018, by the eligible subscriber.

Furthermore, Jio will be charging an enrollment fee of Rs 500. Also, there’s a buyback redemption period this time around from March 16, 2018, till June 15, 2019. After the successful payment of the enrollment fee during the purchase and upon performing recharge, a voucher will be credited at the end of 12 months from the date of purchase of the device in your MyJio app, which should be used to redeem the buyback offer.

And to avail the buyback offer, users should visit any of the Reliance Digital stores along with the voucher received in the MyJio app carrying original invoice, product box and all the accessories supplied at the time of purchase of the device. Also, this offer is applicable to both and new Jio customers, and to successfully redeem the offer; users have to stay on the Jio network for the entire period.

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Vishal Chennai
Vishal Chennai

Off topic : Airtel recently deployed band 40 in my area 2 weeks ago in existing tower even tarang sanchar shows it has 2300 but it is not live . Does anyone has any idea when it will live.

The tower is only within 100 meters away and it has AVOID + BSNL + AIRCEL+ TATA DOCOMO but there is no Jio.

Kevin Blore
Kevin Blore

Jio needs to create a wave again by allowing customers to carry forward daily unused data balance to at least three months.
For example, They can introduce a plan for 699 with 1.5 GB daily fup for three months validity with option to carry daily data balance.

Airtel User
Airtel User

Though its good option but it will choke the network to the next level as in Jio all are data users and in AVOID all are not data users.

Priyansh Singh
Priyansh Singh

+10

Kevin blore
Kevin blore

Yea somewhat true, since it is highly priced many will not opt for this option..so it will not choke network.

Not everyone is going to carry forward data only few busy with daily schedule will opt this choice.

But it will help many users without loosing their data or money.

Girish Gowda | BengaLuru
Girish Gowda | BengaLuru

Exactly. The average is anyway over 9GB per customer on Jio. It’s a win-win incentive for them to increase revenue without meddling with the other daily plans or choking the network.

Airtel User
Airtel User

How did you arrived at this 9GB ? I use Jio and i consume more then 25GB.

Girish Gowda | BengaLuru
Girish Gowda | BengaLuru

They should bring in bulk 10GB/month plans at around 200-250rs as the next step. Rollover of data will create way too much pressure on their system.

Airtel User
Airtel User

No, GG data should be at 28GB/30GB plans. Price can be at even 500rs but service should be top notch just like a flagship phone.

Kiran Fernandes | Goa
Kiran Fernandes | Goa

The only reason why Jio made these plans is so that the balance isnt forwarded to the next day. Otherwise they would have given bulk data monthly. There will be a time in the future when Jio gets ample capacity, and bulk data won’t choke down the network as more people will be using wired broadband or their public WiFi service, so the load on the 4g networks will be reduced.

Ruchit Shah (Gujarat)
Ruchit Shah (Gujarat)

If it is 1.5 gb daily limit then how will it help if the balance is carried forward?? Means if you use 1 gb out of 1.5 and next day you will have 2 gb total but if 1.5 is daily limit then how is it useful??

Nikhil
Nikhil

Hahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Kevin blore
Kevin blore

There are many users they will not use not even 1 GB data daily except Saturday or Sunday. If u add 1.5 gb for 5 days it will be 7.5 gb in a week.

Think again what I have wrote here..Lol

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