Let us take a look at everything that has happened so far. They need to pay Rs 408 or Rs. 608 (Jio Prime + recharge price) to avail these benefits. After the first recharge is done, you need to recharge with normal plans. The plan will continue for a span of three months (84 days) on a single recharge. The offer details were officially published on Jio website. For the non-prime members, the plan will be for 349 INR.
At these rates, no other telecom operator is offering the services and definitely, Jio will be the number one choice of the users.
Reliance Jio Infocomm (RJio), a wholly-owned subsidiary of private sector major Reliance Industries (RIL), has announced tariff plans starting at ₹309, even as it withdrew its "Summer Surprise" offer. The younger telecom has stopped the summer surprise offer as per the regulations from the TRAI.
Three months of the complimentary offer before the paid plan starts. The company has announced the Jio Prime membership for its users last month. Jio launched its "Jio Summer Surprise" promotion on 31 March.
The biggest drawback of going for such a scheme would be that it would have to either call it a promotional offer, or if it's given as a regular pack, offer it for at least a period of six months. We'll have to wait and watch what kind of plans Jio comes up with and how soon. Both come with unlimited SMS-es, calling and data for 3 months after the user recharges once.
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If you recharged for Rs 499, you will get 2GB of data daily.
Plus there's no mention of any tariff plans for options for postpaid users.
What happens to those subscribers who availed Summer Special offer? After that you will get the recharge benefits in the order of recharges you have done. Incidentally, there's no Rs 303 plan any more. The company readily agreed to the regulator's "advice" and withdrew the offer. Although the Jio "Summer Surprise" offer has be withdrawn, users can still sign up for Jio Prime subscriptions till April 15.
Post Jio's announcement of its new plans, telecom major - Bharti Airtel on Tuesday said that these plans were just an example of 'old wine in new bottle'. "You will enjoy the unlimited benefits for 3 months (84 days) when you do the first recharge".