Reliance Jio after withdrawing the Summer Surprise offer due to TRAI issues, now planning to unveil its new plan dubbed as Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan. It is a plan announced for all the Jio Prime customers, Non-Prime customers and even new customers.
Under this offer, users need to recharge their Jio number starting with Rs. 309 to enjoy unlimited benefits including unlimited calls, SMS, Jio apps and 4G data (limited to 1GB per day). Earlier we have already news about Reliance soon brining a new offer after the termination of Summer Surprise offer.
Currently, two new plans were announced under the Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan offering 1GB and 2GB per day respectively. It looks like the 1GB plan will cost Rs. 309 for the Jio Prime members and Rs. 349 for non-prime members giving unlimited benefits for 84 days. If you’re a new customer, then you need to recharge with Rs. 408 (99 for Prime membership & 309 for this offer) to get the whole package. Also Jio 4G vs Airtel 4G Speed Test Comparison
You can also check below for complete details about Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan offer –
- Rs. 309 for Existing Prime Member: 3 months of 1GB per day data, unlimited calls, SMS, and Jio apps access
- Rs. 509 for Existing Prime Member: 3 months of 2GB per day data, unlimited calls, SMS, and Jio apps access
- Rs. 408 (309 + 99) for New SIM or Non-Prime Member: 3 months of 1GB per day data, unlimited calls, SMS, and Jio apps access
- Rs. 608 (509 + 99) for New SIM or Non-Prime Member: 3 months of 2GB per day data, unlimited calls, SMS, and Jio apps access
The above is just a leaked information as Reliance still has to make the Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan offer official. But, these are almost confirmed and as the users looking for new offer with the termination of Summer Surprise offer, this is what the Reliance have next for you. Although you can enjoy unlimited benefits till April 15th, after that, you need to grab any one of the above recharge plans.
So, what do you think about Jio new offer? Would you still want to prefer Jio with this new plans or would you be switching back to your old network? Do let us know in the below comment section.