Mukesh Ambani, the chairman of Reliance Industries officially announced the Reliance Jio 4g , Voice and Jio net plans in the Reliance Industries annual General meeting. Their plans are much same as expected and the data rates at rs. 50 per Gb 4G data, The bigger the data pack lesser the cost per GB .
Customers can get a Jio SIM within 15 minutes if they present an Aadhaar card – Ambani
Reliance Jio Plans start at 149 their cheapest plan provides 300Mb of data for 28 days , its not much of a great deal since most of other companies like Airtel , Docomo provides 1Gb at ~150 . the next plan ue Rs.499 they provide 4gb data + Unlimited 4g at night it’s similar to the current plans of other providers but the unlimited 4g at night is a steal option . The ‘L’ plan of Jio costs Rs. 1499 it gives us 20 Gb + Unlimited 4g at night the other providers have not much plans beyond this price . The XL plan Rs.2499 provides 35Gb 4g data for 28 days . The next plan is named XXL it costs Rs. 399 and gives 60 Gb data for 28 days . The most costly of Reliance Jio plans is Rs.4999 for 75Gb for data. All plans except 149 plan provide Unlimited 4G at night along with Free SMS and voice calls roaming to any Local / STD network in india which includes the Rs.149 plan. They says Jio Apps worth Rs.1250 is free , but we have to confirm its worth . The plans Rs 19 , Rs.129 and Rs.299 only applicable to prepaid while others applicable to both prepaid and postpaid .
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The reliance apps are JioPlay, JioOnDemand, JioBeats, JioXpressNews, JioSecurity, JioDrive, JioMags and JioMoney, etc.
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The Reliance Jionet Hotspot plans
Realicen wifi plans start at Rs. 499 for 8gb for data . The WiFi plans provide double the data at same rates without night unlimited option. Night unlimited option was a good thing if they provided it to Jionet Hotspot also. Biggest plan we can avail is Rs.4999 plan which gives 150g for 28 Days.
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Considering their plans an average user can use upto 5 – 10 Gb of data per month on their phone so they can go for 999 plan and a medium user users up to 40 gb . Other plans are only for those have lot of money to spend on data. There are reports of people using 240 gb in 3-4 weeks using Reliance 4g . Now here is one big question are these bigger plans usable for anyone ?