Jio’s Rs 1499 Postpaid Plus comes with a security deposit of Rs 1800

A fortnight ago Reliance Jio announced 5 new Jio Postpaid Plus plans with unlimited voice and SMS benefits along with a data roll-over facility and family add-on SIM facility. The new postpaid plus plans bar the ‘International Plus’ one went live on 24th September 2020 with the latter going live after September 29th, 2020.

OnlyTech has now accessed regulatory filings from Reliance Jio which reveal the security deposit needed for each of the postpaid plans. The filings made by Jio further reveal the finer details of the postpaid plans it is offering since a fortnight ago.

Jio's Rs 1499 Postpaid Plus comes with a security deposit of Rs 1800

While Jio’s Rs 199 regular postpaid plan has a security deposit of Rs 250 since launch, the security deposit for Jio Postpaid Plus plans start at Rs 500 for the Jio Postpaid Plus Rs 399 plan and go as high as Rs 1800 for the Jio Postpaid Plus Rs 1499 plan.

Jio Postpaid Plus Rs 799 plan needs a security deposit of Rs 1000 to be availed by the customers while the Jio Postpaid Plus Rs 999 plan needs a security deposit of Rs 1200. Jio Postpaid Plus Rs 599 plan needs a security deposit of Rs 750.

Jio Postpaid Plus PlanSecurity Deposit
Rs 399Rs 500
Rs 599Rs 750
Rs 799Rs 1000
Rs 999Rs 1200
Rs 1499Rs 1800
Jio Postpaid Plus Security Deposit

While Jio mentions unlimited data and voice in USA and UAE as part of the ‘International Plus’ postpaid plan the tariff summary mentions that IR in USA will offer 5GB high speed data and 500 mins of incoming, outgoing local and callback to India. IR in UAE on the other hand offers 1GB high speed data and 300 mins inclusive of incoming and outgoing local and callback to India for one month.

The tariff summary of other Postpaid Plus plans is in line with what is mentioned on Jio’s website.

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KanagaDeepan N
KanagaDeepan N
18 days ago

Presenting the important details in Table form is very much appreciated. But many tech websites write essays for even minor news without presenting a tabular form. Keep it up guys.. Thumbs UP…

Aniruddha Dhar
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Reply to  KanagaDeepan N
17 days ago

You mean TT right? Hahahaha.

Esmail Beguwala
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18 days ago

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Venkat
Venkat
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18 days ago

I was about to comment this. Thanks a lot for caring about readers. Sadly this level of ethics is rare in Indian media. Hope this website achieve great heights!

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