Reliance Jio has announced a new exciting and lucrative offer today called “Buy One Get One” that offers additional 4G data exclusive to Jio Prime members on recharges of Rs 149 and above. As per the new plan, Jio Prime users will get additional data benefits up to 10GB per month for period of 12 months, which is valid till March 31, 2018.
Jio Buy One Get One Data Offer
Jio Prime users should do recharges on or before March 31, 2017 to avail the extra data. The data offers will start from April 1st. As a part of the plan, if you do a recharge for Rs. 149, you’ll get an extra 1GB data every month till March 31, 2018 for every recharge you do within this period. For recharges of Rs. 303, Prime users will get an additional 5GB data plus the existing plan benefits. On recharging for Rs. 499 and above, users will get an extra 10GB data each month.
Here’s how it works
- Rs. 149 -> Extra 1GB
- Rs. 303 -> 5GB
- Rs. 499 and above -> 10GB
The extra data (5GB and 10GB) will be credited into Prime user’s account every month on respective recharges that translates to 60GB and 120GB of free 4G data over 12 months. Plus, if you do multiple recharges within the offer period (till March 31, 2017), you’ll get add-on packs for the respective recharges which you can use based on your needs.
The Happy New Offer expires on March 31, 2017 and starting from April 1, 2017, Jio subscribers have to pay for the service. There were reports circulating on the internet that Reliance might extend the deadline for Jio Prime enrollment till April 30, 2017. However, there’s no official announcement from the company yet.
Reliance Jio earlier this month announced Rs. 50 cashback offers for recharges done with JioMoney. If you haven’t enrolled for Jio Prime, you still have time to do so. Subscribe to Jio Prime and pay using JioMoney so that you can save Rs. 50 on your recharge. For every recharge of Rs. 303 or above you do with JioMoney, you’ll get Rs. 50 cashback to your JioMoney account.
As per reports, around 22 – 27 million Jio users have opted for Jio Prime till now and if they extend the deadline, millions of Jio users might enroll for the annual membership plan. Jio has forced other telecom incumbents including Airtel, Vodafone, and state-owned BSNL to provide aggressive data offers in order to retain their customers and to add new customers as well. However, Jio has really turned out to be a headache to all these operators, as they come up with aggressive offers every day.