The sequel to Dhan Dhana Dhan? Reliance Jio unveils new data plans

Asus joins hands with Reliance Jio offering 100 GB of additional 4G data

The company has included a few more plans like the Rs 349 and Rs 399 plan under prepaid and postpaid schemes.

Moving on to the prepaid customers, the Rs 399 recharge comes with a validity of 84 days and users will be getting 84GB of data with a daily FUP limit of 1GB per day.

Reliance Jio today announced that it has revised the Rs.309 and Rs.509 plans that it had launched earlier this year after the Summer Surprise Offer had to be withdrawn.

Reliance Jio, has launched another plan under which customers can get 4G data at a price as low as Rs 2.27 per GB. These Asus smartphones are eligible to get 3GB 4G data voucher per recharge of Rs 309 and above for 10 months. Rs 999 plan now provides you 90 GB data as opposed to the previous cap of 60 GB for 90 days.

Rs 309 plan: The company is offering 60GB data at 4G speed for a period of two months under this plan. Available on Android and IOS.

Plans costing above Rs 399 like Rs 509, Rs 999, Rs 1999, Rs 4999 and Rs 9999 under prepaid scheme have had a revision of plan validity as well. As part of these unlimited benefit, customers can enjoy 1GB Data per day at 4G speed followed by unlimited at 128 kbps, unlimited local, STD and national roaming voice calls and unlimited national SMS, the company said in a press release. This is same as the old 309 INR plan, however, now the 309 INR plan only has a validity of 56-days instead of 84-days.

The site had just a search box where one could could enter any Jio number and get details of the customer. Overall, you will get 56GB's of data with a cap of 1GB per day. This translates to a total data benefit of 224 GB for four months with the unlimited voice calls.

Recently, Reliance Jio customer database leaked online but that does not stop Jio to offer some unbelievable offers on postpaid and prepaid plans.

In what could be the biggest data breach ever in India, data of Reliance Jio customers has been posted on a website by the name. The Jio's DTH TV services with more than 360 channels and a "seven-day catch-up option being given to users" as well. The plans we talked about here are only applicable for the Prime members of Reliance Jio. Also, be sure to let us know which plan you will be opting for and why?



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