Reliance Jio Prime Membership Offer - Everything you need to know

Reliance Jio launches Prime Offer, Mukesh Ambani has announced Unlimited Benefits For 12 more months. According to the announcement now Jio Prime users will get 1 GB data daily. Basically, Happy New Year Offer has been extended by one year for its PRIME members at Rs 99.

Today Mr. Mukesh Ambani, Chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Industries Limited has announced the new Jio Prime Subscription Plan for all the Jio users. "Reliance Jio has crossed the 100 million customer mark in a span of 170 days! And 7 customers were added every second of every day within these 170 days. This milestone belongs to every member of the Jio community. We have created sustainable employment and this is an achievement for the entire country. We are humbled by the enormous trust placed on us by our customers," Ambani said. In this article, you will get to know everything about Jio Prime Membership Offer.

Jio Prime Membership Plan

Jio Prime Membership Plan is an offer that extends the unlimited services offered by Reliance Jio under the Happy New Year Offer by another year. Jio Prime Offer is limited to the 100 million existing Jio users as well as those join the Jio network before March 31, 2017. So, even if you are not a Reliance Jio user right now. You can grab this offer. This new plan continues the unlimited free services that Reliance Jio has offered since launch. If we remember, Reliance Jio was launched on 5th September 2016 since then we have been using unlimited free services like unlimited data and voice calls free of cost. Reliance Jio has given a big headache to all leading telecom operators so far. It is a happy news for all Jio users who were concerned about the company's free services ending March 31.

How to be a Jio Prime Member

Jio Prime Subscription has been priced at Rs. 99 per year. So, the Jio Prime members can continue to enjoy the Jio 4G data benefit till March 31, 2018, at Rs 99. Jio Users will have to pay another Rs. 303 per month for the next 12 months to continue getting the data benefits, effectively at Rs 10 per day for another full year. Subscriptions for Jio Prime starts on March 1, 2017 and end on March 31, 2017. As we all know the fact, After March 31, we will not be able to use Jio 4G services free of cost. Jio will start charging customers from April 1, 2017. Existing users can enroll via MyJio app or log into company's website as well as via Jio offline stores to enroll into Jio Prime membership plan. And as a Jio Prime member, you get Jio Unlimited benefits you have got during Jio New year offer another 12 months free.
It is Jio's Happy New Year offer, under this offer customers currently enjoy free data and voice services till March 31, 2017. Mr.Ambani described Prime offer benefits as "unlimited mazaa continue hoyinga", quoting from a popular Mumbai phrase. He said that on all of Jio's tariff plans, to be applicable from April 1, all domestic voice calls to any network will always remain free. He also mentioned that Jio users consumed more than 100 crore GB of data per month, making India the number one country in terms of mobile data usage. He promised that Jio network will better, faster and stronger with each passing day.

Jio 4G network covering over 18,000 cities and 2 lakh villages. Jio includes high-speed 4G data, HD Voice calls, and apps like JioMusic, JioChat, JioMoney, MyJio and much more. Jio offers all these amazing services at affordable prices through the introduction of offers such as Jio Welcome Offer, Jio Happy New Year Offer etc. Thanks to Jio, today India has achieved the top spot for consuming the maximum amount of Data worldwide.


Guest Author: Aditya mishra21 Mar 2017

There's definitely a lot to know about this issue. I really like all the points you made.

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