Yesterday, we reported that Reliance Jio would be coming out with new tariff plans, based on the company’s website. As the site is still showing as new tariff plans are coming, we got to know the offers ahead of the official launch from our sources, and they seem to disrupt the market yet again.
According to some external sources, Reliance Jio will come with two new plans offering 1GB and 2GB data per day. The 1GB plan costs Rs. 309 for already enrolled JioPrime customers and will offer 1GB data per day along with unlimited calling for 84 days (28*3=84 days). And for the non JioPrime members, the same plan costs Rs. 349 and offers same benefits along with the same validity period.
Speaking about the 2GB plan, it costs Rs. 509 for JioPrime subscribed users and offers 2GB data per day along with unlimited calling for 84 days. The same plan costs Rs. 549 for non JioPrime users and will be valid for 84 days.
And for the new users joining Jio, the company will charge Rs. 408 (Rs. 99+Rs. 309) for the 1GB plan and costs Rs. 608 (Rs. 99+Rs. 509) for the 2GB plan. If these plans are believed to be true, it will further disrupt the Indian telecom sector, and Jio will emerge as the winner once again. Also, this offer will be called as ‘Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan’ plan. We have already reached out to Jio regarding these plans, but the company is yet to respond.
The Mukesh Ambani-led company was asked to pull down its Summer Surprise Offer last week by TRAI, due to the lack of proper explanation from the company related to the new offer. However, Jio is still allowing users to recharge with the Summer Surprise plan, which is illegal says incumbent operators Airtel and Vodafone.
So, Reliance Jio is yet to pull down the Summer Surprise offer completely, and at the time of discontinuing the Summer Surprise offer, the company might unveil these plans, but these are just our speculations.
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Inputs : @deepeshar & tri_vis
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