Coronavirus Impact: Jio renames Cricket Pack as Work from Home pack

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Telecom giant Reliance Jio yesterday has renamed its ‘Cricket Pack’ to ‘Work From Home Pack’, a day after it upgraded its data vouchers to provide 100% more data and bundled off-net calling minutes.

The renaming exercise started yesterday with the telecom service provider first updating the listings of its customers who have subscribed to the pack. Users who haven’t subscribed to the pack weren’t able to see the new name until a few hours back. Jio has now updated the new name of its pack on its MyJio recharge section.

Coronavirus Impact: Jio renames Cricket Pack as Work from Home pack

The validity and benefits of the pack remain unchanged. Jio Work From Home Pack provides unlimited 2 GB high-speed data per day with a post FUP speed of 64 kbps. The pack has a service validity of 51 days and provides 102 GB of high-speed data.

PackPriceValidityBenefits
Jio Work From Home Pack (earlier Jio Cricket Pack)Rs 25151 daysUnlimited 102 GB (2 GB/day)

The spread of COVID-19 cases across India has led to the necessary steps being taken from the government to contain it from spreading. Many companies have told their employees to work from home. Jio has reiterated its commitment to seamless connectivity during the current scenario.

Jio yesterday in a prepared statement said, “With businesses encouraging employees to work from home, a growing need for remote interactions and families having more time for recreation, there is a growing requirement among users of seamless and more data. Through these voucher upgrades, Jio is extending help to the users and ensuring that Indians have access to uninterrupted, abundant and affordable data to meet their current connectivity needs.”

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Basil keeps an eye on the latest happenings in the Telecom sector. In his free time, you can find him streaming the Premier League which he started watching in 2013.

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