Reliance Jio launches Rs. 349 and Rs. 899 prepaid plans with 2.5GB daily data

Reliance Jio customers can purchase the new prepaid plan through the Jio website, MyJio App, and other third-party recharge merchants, including Paytm and Google Pay.

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Telecom service provider Reliance Jio has launched two new plans for its prepaid users. The new prepaid plan costs Rs. 349 and Rs. 899 and offers high-speed mobile internet, unlimited calls, and SMS. Reliance Jio Rs. 349 prepaid plan comes with 30 days of validity and offers 75GB of total data, while Rs. 899 plan offers 225GB of total mobile data with 90 days of validity.

Reliance Jio Rs. 349 prepaid plan details

Reliance Jio Rs. 349 prepaid plan offers unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS per day, and 2.5GB of high-speed daily mobile data. Post consumption of 2.5GB, users can access the internet at a reduced speed of up to 64Kbps for the rest of the day. Customers recharging with this plan also get subscriptions to Jio apps, including Jio TV, Jio Cinema, Jio Security, and Jio Cloud. The plan comes with a validity of 30 days. Further, Rs. 349 prepaid plan offers Unlimited 5G mobile data for eligible subscribers.

Reliance Jio Rs. 899 prepaid plan details

Reliance Jio Rs. 899 prepaid plan offers unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS per day, and 2.5GB of high-speed daily mobile data. Post consumption of 2.5GB, users can access the mobile internet at a reduced speed of up to 64Kbps for the rest of the day. Customers also get subscriptions to Jio apps, including Jio TV, Jio Cinema, Jio Security, and Jio Cloud. Rs. 899 plan comes with a validity of 90 days. Eligible subscribers will receive unlimited 5G mobile data at no additional cost.

These new prepaid plans are available on the Jio website, MyJio App, and other third-party recharge merchants, including Paytm and Google Pay.

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This will be the arpu that they will focus on 300 a month. Slowly they will keep removing the lower priced plans.

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This will be the arpu that they will focus on 300 a month. Slowly they will keep removing the lower priced plans.

For 5G they need 500 ARPU, anything less than that no lt sustainable for them as well.

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