Reliance Jio known for its discounted tariff plans and data offers had earlier this month revised offers on its Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan plan. The company halved prices on its tariff plans.
Jio offers a total of 12 prepaid plans and only five postpaid plans, which are similarly priced to prepaid plans.
So which service should you avail of? Let’s review.
Voice calls on Jio's network can be made free of cost, as Managing Director Reliance Industries Ltd, Mukesh Ambani, said.
The five plans compared between postpaid and prepaid below have unlimited SMSes to which the company said, “Unlimited SMS referred in the plan benefits will be capped at 100 free SMS per day in compliance with TRAI Regulations.”
Under Jio’s prepaid offers the company has plans varying from Rs 19 to Rs 9999 which range from validity of one day to 390 days respectively. Postpaid plans begin from Rs 309 and go up to Rs 999, with a minimum validity of two months on plans.
Prepaid Rs 309: Under this plan customers get 56GB data for 56 days. This works out to 1GB per day and 128 kbps post conclusion of 4G data quota.
Postpaid Rs 309: For a period of two months or two billing cycles, Jio is offering 60GB data at 4G speed. Fair usage policy under this plan is 1GB per day.