Reliance Jio Prime Plan:Everything You Need to Know

On Tuesday Reliance Jio Owner Mukesh Ambani introduced a New plan for  existing Reliance Jio users as well as for those who will join the network before 31 march 2017. 

Now everything you need to know about jio prime plan is below

What is Jio Prime Subscription plan?

The current Jio’s Happy New year offer will be extended for one more year till 31 march 2018.

Who can sign up for Jio Prime?

Jio Prime is limited to the 100 million existing Reliance Jio users as well as for those who will join the network before March 31, 2017. So even if you are not a Reliance Jio user right now, you can still get unlimited mobile data at Rs. 10 per day for another year.

How much does Jio Prime subscription cost?

The Jio prime subscription will be priced at Rs.99 per year. However, to get benefits, you will need to pay another Rs.303 Per month for next one year to continue getting data benefit.

When can I sign up for Jio Prime?

Subscriptions for Jio Prime start on March 1 and end on March 31, 2017. After March 31, you will not be able to avail the bundled services at Rs. 303 per month.

Where do I subscribe to Jio Prime?

You can either head to Myjioapp to subscribe for jio prime services or use the Jio.com website. You can also visit nearest jio store to subscribe for jio prime plan.

What is covered under the Jio Prime plan?

With Jio Prime, you will get unlimited mobile data for a year (1GB daily), plus the media and content benefits associated with the Jio apps suite. A Reliance Jio statement says, “There will be many other attractive deals and offers from both Jio and its partners for the jio prime members.

What happens if I do not sign up for Jio Prime? 

If you choose to not opt for Jio Prime, you will be ported to Jio postpaid or prepaid plan and will have to pay for data and other services, but not voice calls (including on roaming).

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