Reliance Jio announces new plans with Unlimited data, voice calls & more validity

Jio's new offers are exciting, and they provide more data and validity.

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Highlights

    • Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan offer is about to end
    • New revised plans offer more validity
    • Jio also introduced two new Rs 349 and Rs 399 plans

Now that Jio’s Dhan Dhana Dhan offer is coming to an end, the telecom operator has decided to revise existing recharge plans and add some new ones as well. These new plans start from Rs 19 and go all the way up to 9,999 with changes in terms of validity. Jio’s new Rs 349 and Rs 399 recharge plans are similar to Rs 309 and Rs 509 plans respectively during Dhan Dhana Dhan offer, making room for more validity. However, Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan benefits can still be leveraged by a new Rs 399 recharge plan. If you are a non-Prime user, you will require opting for Jio Prime membership by paying Rs 99 at the time of recharge.

If you recall, Jio came up with Dhan Dhana Dhan offer in April after Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) recommended suspension of the Summer Surprise offer. Do remember that Jio’s previous Rs 309 and Rs 509 recharge plans remain intact. However, their validity has been extended to 56 days as opposed from 28 days. They provide unlimited voice calling, SMS, and unlimited data (1GB every day). The Rs 509 plan, on the other hand, offers 2GB data every day. Jio has also added two new recharge plans: Rs 349 and Rs 399. The Rs 349 plans are all about 20GB of 4G data without any limit on consumption. However, the speed will be reduced to 128 kbps in case you run out of data.

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Reliance Jio’s new and revised plans

Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan offer has apparently been limited to Rs 399 plan, offering 84 days of validity. What is interesting is the fact that these new recharge plans come just a day after Airtel announced that it will allow postpaid users to roll over their unused data without any charges.

In another news, personal details of millions of Jio users were found dumped on a website recently. Despite Reliance Jio denying that a breach had occurred, multiple users have reported their data (including Aadhar card number) had indeed been posted online.