Reliance Jio Partners with Dineout to Offer Benefits on Great India Restaurant Festival

Reliance Jio and Dineout have together brought the fourth edition of Great Indian Restaurant Festival (GIRF) in 17 cities across India

  • The users get discounts on the bill and can also enjoy 1+1 offers on food, drinks & buffets
  • Reliance Jio has noted that the discount code will be available in the Coupons section in the MyJio app of Jio use

The Mukesh Ambani led telecom operator Reliance Jio and the leading dining out platform, Dineout have partnered up to bring the latest edition of Great Indian Restaurant Festival (GIRF) which will begin on August 1, 2019, and will conclude on September 1, 2019. Jio has said that with this partnership, it continues to enrich the digital life experience of its users by providing exclusive benefit during Dineout’s biggest ever food and drinks festival. In this festival, the Reliance Jio users will be eligible for many offers and benefits and this fourth edition will bring lots of new things on the table for the people who want to enjoy good food.

About Great Indian Restaurant Festival

The GIRF festival is slated to begin on August 1, and it will end on September 1, giving flat 50% off deals on total bill, food bill, drinks bill, buffet and coupons spanned across 8,000+ restaurants in following 17 cities: Delhi (Delhi NCR), Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Goa, Jaipur, Lucknow, Indore, Surat, Kochi, Ludhiana and Nagpur.

GIRF is the restaurant industry’s first-ever food & drinks festival, which was launched in 2017 with the idea to promote the dining out culture among consumers and change the way Indians dine out. The festival has been instrumental for both consumers as well as for the partner restaurants. No questions asked Flat 50% off deals, cashbacks, bank offers, partner offers and more at top-rated restaurants are the main drivers behind the success of the festival.

Benefits for Reliance Jio Subscribers on GIRF

It is worth noting that users of Dineout are generally charged a booking fee while making reservations on the platform. In return, the users get discounts on the bill and can also enjoy 1+1 offers on food, drinks & buffets. In this edition of GIRF, Jio subscribers in 17 cities (where Dineout is operational) can avail Rs 100 off on their first booking fee during the offer period. This is an exclusive benefit for Jio users. Reliance Jio has noted that the discount code will be available in the Coupons section in the MyJio app of Jio users. The Jio subscribers who do not already have the MyJio app installed can also download the app and access the coupons for redemption on the Dineout platform.

Reliance Jio’s Upcoming Announcements on 42nd AGM

It’s also worth noting that Reliance Jio has become the top telecom operator in the industry by having the largest subscriber base. This has been due to the attractive offers, competitive pricing and its efforts towards amassing a large number of subscribers at a rapid pace. This month, in its 42nd Annual General Meeting, Reliance Jio is also going to commercially launch its GigaFiber FTTH service along with plans and pricing. The telco had announced the fibre-to-the-home service last year in its previous AGM, and now the telco is all ready to reveal the pricing of the plans which it will offer to the users.

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Arpit spends his day closely following the telecom and tech industry. A music connoisseur and a night owl, he also takes a deep interest in the Indian technology start-up scene and spends rest of his time spilling poetry and stories on paper.

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