Reliance Jio Free Data & Calling Offer Till 30th Jun


After a six-month free run which ends on March 31, Reliance Jio Info comm subscribers may continue to enjoy data services at a nominal rate, combined with free voice calls, for another three months. The Mukesh Ambani-owned operator is working out a new tariff plan which will be valid till June 30, said people familiar with the developments in Jio as well as analysts.

Jios Free Services Will Continue Till June 30

After a record breaking response to Reliance Jio where it attracted over 5 crore subscribers in just over 80 days the newest 4G VoLTE cellular operator on the Indian block now boasts of over 7.2 crore users in a little over 4 months. But to get this offer all you need to do is recharge for 100 Rupees, and you will get 1 GB of 4G internet data daily and unlimited free calling and sms. Moreover, you will be able to use all Jio premium apps absolutely free of cost. After the completion of 1GB data, you can use Jio booster plans starting from Rs. 51 for one day to Rs. 301 for 28 days. 

Why Jio taking Rs. 100 for New Plan?

As you all know that every other network providers like AirTel, Vodafone, Idea, BSNL, etc are introducing new plans and offers to attract more customers, and most of them have almost leveled their plan prices similar to Reliance Jio 4G Plans, so Jio is more likely to take such step in order to hold their position in the telecom sector.

Moreover, network providers like Airtel and Idea have challenged Reliance Jio Happy New Year offer to be against the TRAI regulations even after TRAI have rejected the challenge and given a clean chit to Reliance Jio. So to be safe with such hurdles they are going to charge a very nominal price of Rs. 100 per month for 3 months.

Remember that at present it is completely unofficial and rumors are running across tech circle so we will keep you updated with latest information about upcoming Jio New 100 Rs Plan 2017. Share your views about this in comment section below. Will you activate this plan or use other networks after March 2017?