Reliance Jio’s Dhan Dhana Dhan offer is set to expire in a few days, and the customers have to pay the same amount of Rs. 309 and Rs. 509 to continue the services, but the validity will be 28 days, down from 84 days. And rumours say that the newcomer will announce a new promotional offer next week. Keeping the rumours aside, Jio has launched new tariffs for new JioFi customers.
This news is posted by Mumbai-based retailer Mahesh Telecom along with the complete details of the offer. The new plans from Jio offer extra benefits for all the new JioFi customers. All the new JioFi customers and new Jio SIM card users with the recharge of Rs. 99 will get 2GB data for the next twelve months, effectively making 24GB data at just Rs. 149.
The same applies to all the other plans as well. With the Rs. 309 plan, users will get 1GB data per day for six months, a total of 168GB. The Rs. 509 plan gives 2GB data per day for four months, while the Rs. 999 plan gives 120GB data for two months, instead of one month.
That said, all the plans offer unlimited calls, SMS, and a premium subscription to Jio apps such as JioCinema, JioPlay, JioMusic, etc. That said, users have to purchase a new JioFi device from either the online stores or by visiting Reliance Digital offline stores. Furthermore, users have to get a new Jio 4G SIM card and have to recharge with the JioPrime membership before heading for the first recharge.
If the user doesn’t recharge with the JioPrime membership plan and goes with the first recharge plan, then he will receive normal benefits. For example, the Rs. 149 plan gives 2GB data for just one month, while the Rs. 309 plan provides 1GB data per day for 28 days. The Rs. 509 plan offers 2GB data per day for 28 days, and lastly, the Rs. 999 plan gives 120GB data for just 28 days.
Note: We suggest you verify with the Reliance Digital store before purchasing the JioFi router and getting a new Jio connection.
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