Hi Guys , After Reading Above Title You Had Got Our Point And Also Little Bit Scenario Of Jio Plans Which I Am Going To Tell You In This Post.As We All Know Reliance Already Banged Indian Market By It’s 4G Preview Offer Which Not Only Influenced Reliance Effect But Also It Crashed Other Operators High Prices.
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) chairman Mukesh Ambani on Wednesday broke the silence on the tariffs for Reliance Jio. As Per Him , Reliance will not be charging Any Penny for voice calls at all, and it will charge a tenth of what its competitors are charging for 4G data, Ambani said – it was announced that Jio will charge only 5 paise per MB, or Rs. 50 per GB. What’s more, the greater the usage, the lower the cost will be, and the rates could go down to Rs. 25 per GB.
Reliance Jio Launched for all 4G Phones :-
Ambani also announced that Jio services will become available from Monday, September 5, absolutely free as part of the ‘Jio welcome offer’, so everyone can try Jio’s services at no charge.”Pay for only one service – either voice or data, not both,” he said. “World over, operators charge only for data, voice and messaging are essentially free. All voice calls for Jio customers will be absolutely free.”
Reliance Welcome Offer :-
Reliance Will Provide “Free Reliance Jio Sim” for all 4G smartphones and Provide Free Unlimited data, SMS, Callings, Video callings, Jio premium apps till 31st December 2016 after that Standard plans get applied !!
See Below Reliance Tariff Chart –
The small plan starts at Rs 149 for 0.3GB data along with access to 100 SMSes. There’s a Rs 499 Medium pack which comes at Rs 499 for 4GB 4G data and access to unlimited 4G at night. The Large, XL, XXL and XXXL 4G packs are priced at Rs 999, Rs 1,499, Rs 2,499, Rs 3,999 and Rs 4,999, respectively. The Reliance Jio data packs give users an access to free voice calls.There will also be no roaming charges, across India, to any network
Going by these plans, the rates are actually a little different from the Rs. 50 for 1GB that was announced. The cheapest plan is actually a lot more expensive – you get 300MB of data for Rs. 149, or around Rs. 450 per GB. However, with the other plans, once you count the Wi-Fi hotspot data as well, it does work out to the rate that was announced – for example, the Rs. 499 pack gives you a total of 12GB including Wi-Fi, which works out to approximately Rs. 42 per GB. The bigger packs do get cheaper this way, so for example, the most expensive Rs. 4,999 pack gives you 225GB of data including Wi-Fi, which works out to approximately Rs. 23 per GB. And this does not account for the unlimited 4G at night you will get as well.
Apart from the data rates, Ambani also announced that the full suite of Jio apps – for streaming movies, music, and live television – will be completely free for all users until December 2017.
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