Reliance Jio Yet Again Extends the Validity of Triple Cashback Offer Until December 25

Reliance Jio yet again extended the validity of the Jio Triple Cashback Offer until December 25. The telecom operator launched this plan earlier last month with an initial expiry date as November 25. However, for a second straight time, it extended the validity of the cashback offer, and the new validity date is December 25. Reliance Jio officially displayed the extension of offer date on its website-


It is also to be noted that Reliance Jio did not change the benefits of the Triple Cashback offer. Let’s do a recap of the cashback offer. So, Jio is offering a cashback of Rs 2599 for every customer with every recharge of Rs 399 or above. This is one unique from Reliance Jio. Other telecom operators such as Airtel and Idea Cellular are also offering such cashback offers on their own respective portals.

The Rs 2599 cashback is divided into three types- standard cashback in the form of vouchers onto MyJio app, up to Rs 300 cashback on Jio partner wallet apps, and e-commerce recharge vouchers worth Rs 1899.

If a customer recharges with the Rs 399 or above plan, he/she will receive 100% cashback of Rs 400 in the form of vouchers. These cashback vouchers are divided into eight Rs 50 vouchers, and a single voucher can be used for a single transaction. Again, Jio is allowing to use the Rs 50 voucher on the Rs 399 or above recharge.

Secondly, we have instant cashback of Rs 300 on partner wallets. Reliance Jio allows a customer to pay via several wallet options such as Amazon Pay, Axis Pay, Freecharge, Paytm, PhonePe, etc. And the cashback amount depends on which wallet you use. Take a look at the image below for the cashback amount from the wallets.


Then we get the last offer- e-commerce vouchers. The company is offering up to Rs 1899 from several e-commerce sites such as,, and That said, it’s not a full cashback offer or an entire discount offer. Customers will get a Rs 399 off on a minimum purchase of Rs 1500 on, a discount of Rs 1,000 on round-trips on, and a discount of Rs 500 on on a minimum purchase of Rs 1,999.

Reliance Jio will continue extending the validity of the Triple Cashback offer, especially with the threat poised from the incumbent telecom operators.

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December 19, 2017 11:39 am 11:39 AM

No new offers from Jio, In a way it is good as they should stabilize with their offerings rather than making changes every couple of months. They anyways have the best plans and other providers are following. Now its time to test the waters and see how many customers would continue to stick and stay afloat with Jio.

Dr Lambinagh
December 18, 2017 11:55 pm 11:55 PM

Jio is just holding onto its customers as they r getting frustrated with horrible speeds. My friend has 5 connections and he hates the telo, he’s gonna go bak to his old telco I think. Airtel.
I personally used it for a bit but find airtel and voda much better and reliable. Bye bye jio it was good while it lasted.

December 19, 2017 8:24 am 8:24 AM

How come jio is holding the customer, you are free to port.

Adil Wadia
December 18, 2017 7:30 pm 7:30 PM
I had mentioned this on another topic earlier, AVOID is matching Jio in tariff and offers therefore Jio is struggling to get port in customers. A section of Jio customer base is frustrated with the poor network coverage in the last six months including me. But I will stay with Jio till AVOID improves their 4G coverage. Jio may have poor coverage in locations but when you are in range of their cell site and have a goo signal the data speed is far better than AVOID. Jio is an excellent replacement for BSNL in my rural estate, and I… Read more »
Proxima Midnight
December 18, 2017 10:58 pm 10:58 PM

Not not all about poor coverage in outer area. EVEN on open road in a City JIO 4G won’t loads Google maps properly, Imagine you’re between traffic & this FAKE 4G won’t load MAPS which used to be working fine even with 2G networks 6-7 years ago.

Adil Wadia
December 19, 2017 10:43 am 10:43 AM

If your phone is on the Mediatek platform and supports band locking, download the MTK app and switch the bands. If you are in a circle that has 10 Mhz Band 5 like Mumbai then keep your phone locked to that band only. You will have an amazing experience with Jio where Band 5 is 10 Mhz. Or you can root your phone and use Network signal guru to lock your LTE bands.

Adil Wadia
December 19, 2017 10:40 am 10:40 AM

That is Jio issue. They have network on three bands, and the phones usually select Band 3 which is the most congested in urban areas. Both band 3 and Band 5 ( with a few exceptions of circles like Mumbai MP etc) have 5 Mhz of bandwidth. Jio desperately needs more spectrum in for Band 5 and 3.

December 18, 2017 9:51 pm 9:51 PM

hmm !