The Jio Prime membership that became functional in March 2017 had offered its subscribers with a Dhan Dhana Dhan offer where users were given four months of data and free calls for the price of one month. Now that the plan is going to end, the users are now given a new offer where paying Rs. 399 gives you the same plan for a total of three months, i.e. 84 days. Also, for someone who wants a lesser price for now will be getting the validity of 56 days for Rs. 309.
The new set of plan benefits will be available from 11th July and will be applicable for all new as well as existing subscribers. As part of these unlimited benefit, customers can enjoy 1GB Data per day at 4G speed followed by unlimited at 128 kbps, unlimited local, STD and national roaming voice calls and unlimited national SMS.
Jio is also introducing Every Day More Value (EDMV) that provide 20% more value than its competitors’ best plans. In a way, that is true because the validity of 84 days is good for that price, which gives it an average price of Rs. 133 per month for 1GB per day of 4G data and then unlimited at 128 kbps, and there is unlimited free calling and SMS on home network and during national roaming.
Do you still think you would stick to Jio after the actual offer has ended? Has the network been stable enough for you to consider tagging along and taking the Jio services ahead of the others that you have been using earlier?