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

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Chakri K

After an array of Apple products, Reliance Jio has brought the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy S9+ to its & 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.


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 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.

Chakri K

Chakri is a go-to guy for your next smartphone recommendation. Back in his engineering days, he used to play with smartphones by installing custom ROMs and that passion got him into the tech industry. He still goes nuts about a smartphone knocking his door for review. Currently managing everything at Telecom Talk, Chakri is trying to master PUBG Mobile in his free time.

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