Reliance Jio has launched All-in-one plans for its prepaid subscribers that include Rs 222, Rs 333, Rs 444 and Rs 555. The main motive behind the launch is to benefit customers making calls to other networks such as Airtel, Vodafone Idea, and BSNL. The plans ship with varying validities and come bundled with Rs 1000 minutes for making calls to non-Jio numbers. Besides all these plans also offer 2GB daily data benefits to the subscribers.
Jio Rs 222, Rs 333, Rs 444 and Rs 555 plans: Complete Details
Reliance Jio in the latest move has launched four different prepaid packs for customers making calls to other networks. Reliance Jio has updated all the prepaid plans along with their details on its official website.
Rs 222 plan:
Of the four prepaid plans, the Rs 222 plan offers 2GB data benefits per day, unlimited Jio to Jio calling, Jio to non-Jio FUP of 1000 minutes and 100 SMS per day valid for 28 days.
Rs 333 plan:
The second prepaid plan Rs 333 offers similar data benefits of 2GB per day like Rs 222 plan but comes with a higher validity of 56 days. The other benefits like SMS and voice calling remain the same.
Rs 444 plan:
The third prepaid plan Rs 444 offers 2GB daily data benefits per day, unlimited Jio to Jio calling, Jio to non-Jio FUP of 1000 minutes and 100 SMS per day valid for 84 days.
Rs 555 plan:
The high-end Jio prepaid plan Rs 555 offers higher non-Jio FUP minutes as compared to the other three prepaid plans. The plan offers a total of 3000 Jio to Non-Jio FUP minutes and is the go-to option for subscribers making extensive calls to other networks. In line with the Rs 444 prepaid plan, the Rs 555 pack offers 2GB daily data benefits per day, unlimited Jio to Jio calling, and 100 SMS per day valid for 84 days. All the prepaid packs offer complimentary subscriptions to Jio apps.
All-in-One plans- An Attempt to Retain Migrating Jio Customers
Reliance Jio of late has been facing the ire of customers with the introduction of IUC Top-up vouchers. The Mukesh Ambani-led telco has been offering unlimited voice calling benefits on all its prepaid plans ever since the introduction of Reliance Jio in 2016. But recently, India’s leading telco operator started levying its subscribers with 6 paise per minute for calls made on other networks as part of IUC charges. Hence, the customers are forced to purchase IUC top-up vouchers alongside the regular prepaid plans.
The IUC top-up vouchers are available in various denominations starting from Rs 10 to the higher Rs 1000 with varying numbers of IUC minutes. The telco has also recently discontinued offering Rs 19 and Rs 52 prepaid sachet packs. Many customers are planning to migrate to rival telco’s like Airtel, Vodafone Idea and BSNL that offered unlimited calling benefits. So, to retain its customers, Jio has come up with All-in-One plans focussed on customers making calls to other networks.