Jio Prime Recharge Plans: Reliance Jio Prime latest Tariffs Plans – Prepaid & Postpaid 4G Data, SMS, Voice, Apps plans. Jio Prime Recharge 98, 149, 399 Plans with Free Data and Voice Calls. You can subscribe to Reliance Jio Prime from Wednesday, March 1 until March 31. While Reliance Jio had only revealed one new tariff plan when it announced the Prime subscription, a new report claims that Reliance Jio will offer two new monthly plans apart from the Rs. 399 plan announced last week. Reliance Jio will reportedly offer a Rs. 459 pack under which subscribers will receive unlimited voice calls and 84GB 4G data for a month. Another pack will be cost Rs. 509, and will also offer 98GB 4G data with 2GB daily data cap while will offer unlimited voice calls.
- 1 Jio Recharge Plans – Rs 52, 98, 149, 399, 459, 509 Prepaid & Postpaid 4G Data Tariff, SMS, Voice, Apps
- 1.0.1 Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan Offer – Recharge 399, 459
- 1.0.2 Jio Prime Recharge 52, 98 Plans
- 1.0.3 Reliance Jio Prime Rechrge Rs. 399 tariff plan
- 1.0.4 Reliance Jio Rs. 459 tariff plan
- 1.0.5 Reliance Jio Rs. 509 tariff plan
- 1.0.6 Select your Recharge Plan and get additional
- 1.0.7 Jio Prime Prepaid & Postpaid tariff plans
- 1.0.8 Boosters
- 1.0.9 Top-ups
- 1.0.10 Reliance Jio Planning to Offer Long Tern Benefits
- 1.0.11 Reliance Jio’s Check to Rivals
Jio Prime membership opens on March 1: Reliance Jio has offered the unlimited benefits for Reliance Jio Prime members until 31st March 2018. The Jio has offered unlimited services @ Rs 10 for the day. The Reliance Jio benefits continue until the whole year. This is an incredible offer from the Jio. Also, people can take Reliance Jio membership @ Rs 99 per year. Reliance Jio membership can be obtained from any of the Reliance Jio outlet, Reliance Jio app or Reliance Jio website. The Reliance Jio New Year offer is having many advantages like free calls, free text messages, free data and also access to all Reliance apps. The Reliance has extended the whole scenario by 1 year for Reliance Jio Prime members.
Jio Recharge Plans – Rs 52, 98, 149, 399, 459, 509 Prepaid & Postpaid 4G Data Tariff, SMS, Voice, Apps
Jio Prime new plans: You can subscribe to Reliance Jio Prime from Wednesday, March 1 until March 31. While Reliance Jio had only revealed one new tariff plan when it announced the Prime subscription, a new report claims that Reliance Jio will offer two new monthly plans apart from the Rs. 399 plan announced last week. Reliance Jio will reportedly offer a Rs. 149 pack under which subscribers will receive unlimited voice calls and 4.2GB 4G data for a month. Another pack will be cost Rs. 459, and will also offer 84GB 4G data with 1GB daily data cap while will offer unlimited voice calls.
Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan Offer – Recharge 399, 459
If a user wants to purchase the Reliance Jio Prime membership, they will have to buy it fro Rs 99 but there is a catch. The new users will also have to recharge with another tariff plan in order to enrol for the Prime membership. Now, according to Jio’s website, the minimum recharge for the first month has come down to Rs 149 from the earlier minimum of Rs 303. Under the new plan, users for the price of Rs 399 and Rs 459 will get 1GB of 4G data per day respectively.
So, users who has still not signed up for Jio Prime and wish to do so, will have to purchase it at a price of Rs 498 (Rs 99 Jio Prime subscription + Rs. 399 pack) or Rs 558 (Rs. 99 + Rs 459).
Jio Prime Recharge 52, 98 Plans
Also Jio is venturing to introduce 2 new tariffs with price tags of Rs 52 and Rs98 which offers 4g data + free voice calls respectively. This is an incredible idea from Jio once again.
“As per our discussion with channel partners and retailers, Reliance Jio has revealed more tariff plans under the “Jio Prime Program” that requires one-time membership charge of Rs 99 to be paid before March 31, 2017,” CLSA said in the note.
Reliance Jio Prime Rechrge Rs. 399 tariff plan
In this plan you will be paying Rs. 399 per month (validity is 70 days). You get unlimited Voice => Local / STD / Roaming / To all operators and unlimited SMS => Local / STD / Roaming / To all operators.
“For Jio Prime Members, two more monthly plans will be available other than the Rs 399 plan announced last week. The cheapest monthly plan is Rs 149 which offers free domestic voice and 4.2GB data. Another plan offers 84 GB (1GB daily data allowance) and unlimited voice for Rs 459,” it said.
Reliance Jio Rs. 459 tariff plan
This plan also offers free local voice call / SMS – STD / to all operators. Validity is 84 days. However when it comes to data usage, users will get 1GB per day that comes to 84GB per 84 days.
Reliance Jio Rs. 509 tariff plan
This plan also offers free local voice call / SMS – STD / to all operators. Validity is 49 days. However when it comes to data usage, users will get 2GB per day that comes to 98GB per 49 days.
These plans are very good for those who consume a lot of data.
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Reliance Jio Planning to Offer Long Tern Benefits
Jio will also offer long span gets ready for Rs 999/1999/4999 with legitimacy for 90/180/360 days and information stipend of 60/125/350 GB with no day by day limits, as per CLSA. Explaining the fine print of Jio new tariff plans, the CLSA note expressed that while membership to Jio apps is accessible to every one of these plans, the organization has restricted free voice up to the initial 1,000 minutes/month, also Reliance is planning to offer free calls and data benefits.
Also, “Jio Prime membership and its benefits could be cancelled unless a minimum recharge of Rs 149 is made every month,” it said.
Jio Tariff After 31st March For clients who fail to sign up for the Jio Prime membership before March 31, Jio will declare standard plan that won’t just match the tariff plans of its opponents yet will likewise offer 20 percent more data contrasted with its companions, Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani had said on February 21.
Jio’s Aggressive Push
In his regard a week ago, Ambani had said that Jio crossed 100 million subscribers. For this, the telecom organization is putting forth commission rates higher than the business standard, CLSA said.
“Our discussion with channel partners reveals that Jio has also offered much higher commission rates of over 6 percent on recharge versus industry average of sub-3 percent. While we find the tariffs quite attractive for data users, high commission rates should provide an added push for high membership of Jio Prime and allow Jio to start with a high chargeable subscriber base,” the CLSA note stated.
Jio had crossed 50 million subscribers in only 83 days of its announcement, including at a normal rate of 6 lakh subscribers for every day and outperforming the supporter expansion rates of global giants like Facebook, WhatsApp, and Skype. Reporting its second from last quarter results about, Reliance Industries had said that Jio has gathered 72.4 million supporters as of December 31, 2016.
Reliance Jio’s Check to Rivals
CLSA also has stated that the rivals such as Airtel, Vodafone, Idea, and others may not match with the service of Reliance Jio at very lesser tariff prices.
“These plans again underscore that Jio is playing the capacity game. Given its huge capacity advantage, we believe incumbents may find it difficult to match this offer without impacting user experience on their networks,” it said adding that “While one may find the Rs149/month plan as ARPU dilutive, Jio is possibly using this to entice users into building habits of higher data and video usage as it offers its Jio apps free along with this,” it said in the note.
“Vodafone confirms that it is in discussions with the Aditya Birla Group about an all share merger of Vodafone India (excluding Vodafone’s 42% stake in Indus Towers) and Idea. Any merger would be effected through the issue of new shares in Idea to Vodafone and would result in Vodafone deconsolidating Vodafone India,” Vodafone had said in a statement earlier in February.