Jio Triggers Tariff War: Launches Plans With No Data Limit, Validity Upto 365 Days! (Full Details)

Jio has introduced new plans with validity periods of 15 days, 30 days, 60 days, 90 days, and 365 days
Jio has introduced new plans with validity periods of 15 days, 30 days, 60 days, 90 days, and 365 days

Reliance Jio introduced five new prepaid plans with ‘no daily limit’ and validity ranging from 15 days to a year on Saturday.

Jio Freedom Plans 

Jio has introduced new plans with validity periods of 15 days, 30 days, 60 days, 90 days, and 365 days, according to plans listed on its website.

For the duration of their validity periods, these five plans will provide uncapped data and unlimited free voice calls. According to a company statement, Jio Freedom plans will provide more options for digital life.

“They will help high data users enjoy seamless data usage without having to worry about exhausting daily limits while the 30-day validity cycle offers ease of remembering the recharge date,” Jio said.

The Recharge Plan Of Rs 127

The recharge starts from Rs 127 with 15 days validity which is certainly affordable. The plan offers 12 GB of uncapped daily data. 

The Recharge Plan Of Rs 247

This plan has a validity of 30 days for Rs 247. It offers 25 GB of data without a daily FUP limit.

The Recharge Plan Of Rs 447

The plan costs Rs 447 and is valid for 60 days. It offers 50 GB of data with no daily cap. 

The Recharge Plan Of Rs 597

The 90-day validity has been priced at Rs 597 and offers 75 GB of uncapped data.

The recharge of Rs 365

The plan will be valid for 365 days and cost Rs 2,397. It will come with 365 GB of data.

Jio Is Providing A Recharge Plan Of The Same Value For Free!

Earlier Jio has announced new schemes and free plans for its JioPhone users to help people stay connected during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic

The company will provide 300 minutes of free outgoing calls per month to JioPhone users who have not managed to recharge during the pandemic. 

“In these unprecedented times of the Covid pandemic, we at Jio want to ensure that staying connected remains accessible and affordable for all customers, especially the less-privileged sections of our society,” the company said.

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