Network OperatorsReliance Jio updates 4G plans with more data and validity

Reliance Jio updates 4G plans with more data and validity

Reliance Jio has brought a bunch of changes to its Dhan Dhana Dhan plans for prepaid and postpaid users, and even added a couple of new tariff packs. Data or validity or both have been affixed to some of the plans, while there are unlimited calls and SMS for all except the Rs 149 bundle.

Take a look at the tables below to get a clear picture of these plans, or we could bore you with the details right away. The validity of the Rs 309 scheme is now 56 days instead of 28, and 1GB of 4G data per day is available. Once users exhaust their daily quota, the speed gets knocked down to 128Kbps.

The same applies to postpaid subscribers though they get 60GB of data on the Rs 309 plan since it covers 2 whole months and not 56 days. Prepaid customers on recharging with Rs 349 also get 56 days of validity on their plan. The latter fetches them 20GB of 4G data with no daily cap on the amount they use.

Jio’s Rs 399 bundle doles out 84GB of data for 84 days with a restriction of 1GB a day at 4G speeds. Rs 509 gives users 56 days of 112GB of data at 2GB a day. The Rs 999, Rs 1999, Rs 4999 and Rs 9999 plans are good for 90, 120, 210 and 390 days respectively, offering 90GB, 155GB, 380GB and 780GB of data.

There’s no cap on the daily data usable through these last four schemes. Postpaid customers can choose between the aforementioned Rs 309 plan or the Rs 349, Rs 399, Rs 509 and Rs 999 packs. They are valid for 2, 3, 2 and 2 months, in that order. Rs 309 proffers 20GB of data with no cap on per day use.

90GB data is available on the Rs 399 tariff, out of which the daily consumable data is limited to 1GB. It’s twice that much for the Rs 509 – 120GB data and 2GB per day limit. Lastly, those who sign up for the Rs 999 bundle can access 90GB of data over 2 months and not have to keep a watch on their daily usage.

For all of the tariffs mentioned above, Reliance Jio offers unlimited data, but slows it down to 128Kbps once the prescribed uselimit is breached.

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