Reliance Jio to Offer Double Data on Rs 198, Rs 299 Prepaid Recharges for Samsung Galaxy M Users

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Samsung launched the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 smartphones last week and the devices went on for sale earlier today exclusively on Amazon India. Being competitively priced Samsung devices in a long time, both the phones went out of stock in quick time, but Samsung denied to reveal the number of units it sold. While the next sale of the handsets is on February 7, telecom operator Reliance Jio now announced 'Jio Samsung Galaxy M Series Offer,' as part of which the telco is providing double data on Rs 198 and Rs 299 recharges. This offer is valid from February 5, 2019, and the double data benefit can only be availed on the Rs 198 and Rs 299 prepaid plans.

Jio Samsung Galaxy M Series Offer Detailed

Reliance Jio has tied up with a lot of smartphone brands in the past and this tie-up with Samsung will not come as a surprise to many. As noted, the Samsung Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 will be able to get double data on Rs 198 and Rs 299 prepaid recharges from Jio. The Rs 198 prepaid plan ships with 2GB data per day whereas the Rs 299 plan comes with 3GB daily data. Under this offer, the Rs 198 plan offers 4GB of data, while the Rs 299 plan provides a user 6GB data per day. Do make a note that the double data benefit will be credited in the form of vouchers to the user's My Jio account. So to enjoy the benefit, Jio users will have to manually activate the 2GB/3GB data voucher. And the validity of this voucher will be similar to your primary plan's validity. The Double Data offer is valid for the first ten recharges.

Reliance Jio also stated that the Double Data Vouchers credited in My Jio account should be used within three months from the date of the credit, otherwise, it will be expired.

Samsung Galaxy M10 and M20 Goes Out of Stock During First Sale

In a long time, Samsung launched a decent budget and mid-range smartphones. The Galaxy M10 and M20 comes with Infinity-V display, big batteries and optimised software based on Android 8.1 Oreo. The Galaxy M10 starts at Rs 7,990, while the M20 is priced at Rs 10,990. During the first sale which took place today on Amazon India, both the Galaxy M10 and M20 saw a decent response from the consumers as the products went out of stock in a quick time.

In a press statement, Samsung said that the devices achieved "unprecedented" first day sale record, but it did not specify the number of units sold. "The inaugural sale of Galaxy 'M10' and 'M20' saw millions of people logging into and to own these devices. We are delighted by the unprecedented consumer response and thank people for their love and support," Samsung said in a statement.

The next sale of the Galaxy M10 and M20 is planned for February 7 at 12 PM on Amazon India and Samsung Online Shop.

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