Reliance Jio’s revised Republic Day 2018 offers are now live for customers to recharge. Alongside the plans which it revealed a couple of days, it also revised a couple of other plans too. On the official Jio website, the company has now updated two other plans too- Rs 509 and Rs 299. The Rs 509 plan now gives 4GB data per day, while the Rs 299 now offers 3GB data per day for the validity period. Interested customers can head over to Reliance Jio’s website or MyJio application to recharge.
3GB Data Per Day Packs
Back in December, Jio introduced a new Rs 299 pack which initially offered 2GB data per day for 28 days. But Jio today revised the Rs 299 plan, and it now offers a whopping 3GB data per day for 28 days. The total data benefit goes to 84GB, from the earlier 56GB data. Alongside the data benefit, the Rs 299 plan also gives unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS per day for the validity period.
4GB Data Per Day Packs
Reliance Jio introduced the Rs 509 tariff plan long back. The same plan now offers an insane 4GB data per day for 28 days, which takes the overall data benefit to 112GB. It also gives unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS per day for the entire validity period.
The best part of both the plans is the unlimited data benefit. After the completion of daily FUP, Jio offers you an after FUP speed of 64 Kbps.
Reliance JioPhone Rs 153 Pack
Besides the standard tariff plans for smartphone users, Jio quietly made a massive change to the Rs 153 plan for JioPhone users. The Rs 153 plan for JioPhone now gives 1.5GB data per day, taking the overall data benefit to 42GB. This plan is valid for 28 days and also offers unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS per day.
Recently, the same plan was modified to offer 1GB data per day from the earlier 500MB data per day benefit. For the unaware, Jio also introduced a new entry-level tariff plan of Rs 49 for JioPhone users which provides them unlimited voice calls and 1GB of high-speed data.
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