Reliance Jio Now Offers 1.5GB Data in a Day!

There is no beating Jio in offering better data plans. This Republic day, Jio has come out with a even better deal for its prepaid users.

Jio Republic day offer

According to Reliance Jio’s republic day offer, all the prepaid users will now get 1.5GB of data daily instead of 1GB.

Basically what that means is that customers who were getting up to 1GB a day for the following prepaid plans – Rs 149, Rs 349, Rs 399 and Rs 449 plans will now get 1.5 GB every day with validity of 28 days, 70 days, 84 days and 91 days, respectively.

Rs. 149 Plan – Daily data limit 1.5GB – Validity – 28 Days

Rs. 349 Plan – Daily data limit 1.5GB – Validity – 70 Days

Rs. 399 Plan – Daily data limit 1.5GB – Validity – 84 Days

Rs. 449 Plan – Daily data limit 1.5GB – Validity – 91 Days

With such aggressive pricing, there is only one statement Reliance Jio wants to make.

When it comes to mobile data & internet, they are the best in India and there’s no way other mobile networks like AirTel, Idea and Vodafone can beat them.

This new Republic day offer was announced soon after AirTel had cut its prepaid plan prices.

Good new for Reliance Jio users.

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  • Hi,

    Which is the plan do you recommend for an NRI’s to hold, as we always need an Indian number for banking related matters?

    • Good question. Ii’d suggest a prepaid number with the minimum balance and maximum validity time. The plan with maximum validity is the Rs.9,999 plan with 360 days (almost an year). Even if you get a shorter validity time, you could charge it online via PayTM or similar app.

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