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Reliance Jio unveils new All-In-One tariff plan; up to 15-25% cheaper than Airtel and Vodafone Idea

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The company has reiterated its position of ‘upholding the Jio promise of providing the best quality service at the lowest price globally’ and released the detailed tariff plans. Based on the announcement, the highest price hike is at 39 percent.

Reliance Jio unveils new All-In-One tariff plan; up to 15-25% cheaper than Airtel and Vodafone Idea
After Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea, Reliance Jio has announced the details of its new tariffs that will go live from December 6, 2019, and can be opted from all existing touchpoints.
On December 1, Jio had stated that it will be introducing a new All-In-One plan with unlimited voice and data. "These plans will have a fair usage policy for calls to other mobile networks. The new plans will be effective from 6th December 2019 (06/12/2019). Although the NEW ALL-IN-ONE plans will be priced up to 40% higher, staying true to its promise of being CUSTOMER-FIRST, Jio customers will get up to 300% more benefits," its statement said.
The company has reiterated its position of ‘upholding the Jio promise of providing the best quality service at the lowest price globally’ and released the detailed tariff plans. Based on the announcement today, the highest price hike is at 39 percent.
While the tariffs will be available on My Jio app, website and all Reliance stores, here is a brief on what you get within the new plans:
The 1 month (28 days) plan with allowance for 1.5 Gb data per day is for Rs 199 and will free 1000 minutes to non-Jio numbers, the 2 months (56 days) plan with 1.5 GB/ day data allowance will cost Rs 399 with 2,000 free minutes to non-Jio numbers, the 3 months (84 days) plan will allow for 1.5 data per day at Rs 555 and 3,000 minutes on calls to non-Jio users and finally the 12 months (365 days) plan will cost Rs 2,199 and allow 1.5 Gb data per day with free 12,000 minutes to non-Jio numbers.
Jio to Jio calls are unlimited across plans. Similarly, prices have changed across plans based on the data allowance needed and price points. In the affordable segments, the Rs 129 plan is valid for 28 days with 2 GB data allowance (for complete period) and 1,000 free minutes to non-Jio numbers; the Rs 329 plan is valid for 84 days with 6 GB data allowance (for complete period) and 3,000 free mins to non-Jio numbers and the Rs 1,299 plan is valid for 365 days with 24 GB data allowance (for complete period) and 12,000 free mins to non-Jio numbers.
Jio to Jio calls to be unlimited:
  • 1.5 GB/ day plan to cost Rs 199 for 1 month with free 1,000 minutes to non-Jio numbers.
  • 1.5 GB/ day plan to cost Rs 399 for 2 months with free 2,000 minutes to non-Jio numbers.
  • 1.5 GB/ day plan to cost rs 555 for 3 months with free 2,000 minutes to non-Jio numbers.
  • 1.5 Gb/ day plan to cost Rs 2,199 for 12 months with free 12,000 minutes to non-Jio numbers.
  • Affordable Plans:
    • Rs 129 plan for 28 days with 2 GB data allowance (for the complete period) and 1,000 free minutes to non-Jio numbers.
    • Rs 329 plan for 84 days with 6 GB data allowance (for the complete period) and 3000 free minutes to non-Jio numbers.
    • Rs 1,299 plan for 365 days with 24 GB data allowance (for the complete period) and 12,000 free minutes non-Jio numbers.
    • However, if you compare the popular plans, Jio seems to be cheaper:
      For instance, for the 1-month plan with 1.5 GB data per day allowance, Jio is now charging Rs 199, whereas Airtel charges Rs 248 and Vodafone Idea charges Rs 249. The Rs 199 plan with 1.5 GB data/day is expected to be the most popular. In this band, Jio is almost 25 percent cheaper than Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel.
      Let’s look at the 84-day plan with 1.5 GB data per day allowance, Jio charges Rs 555 versus Airtel’s 598 and Vodafone Idea’s Rs 599. In the 84 day plan with 2 GB data per day allowance, Jio charges Rs 599, whereas Bharti Airtel charges Rs 698 and Vodafone Idea charges Rs 699.
      If you look at the full year, 365-day plan with 1.5 GB data per day allowance, Jio charges 2,199 whereas Airtel charges Rs 2,398 and Vodafone Idea charges Rs 2,399.
      If you see the affordable plan, Jio charges Rs 129 for 2 GB data for 28 days, whereas Airtel charges Rs 148 and Vodafone Idea charges Rs 149. Similarly, Jio charges Rs 1,299 for the 24 GB plan for 365 days, whereas Airtel charges Rs 1,498 and Vodafone Idea charge Rs 1,499.
      28-day plan with 1.5 GB/ day data allowance:
      Reliance Jio Rs 199
      Bharti Airtel: Rs 248
      Vodafone Idea: Rs 249
      84-day plan with 1.5 Gb/ day data allowance:
      Reliance Jio: Rs 555
      Bharti Airtel: Rs 598
      Vodafone Idea; Rs 599
      84-day plan with 2GB GB/ day data allowance:
      Reliance Jio: Rs 599
      Bharti Airtel: Rs 698
      Vodafone Idea: Rs 699
      365-day plan with 1.5 GB/ day data allowance:
      Reliance Jio: Rs 2,199
      Bharti Airtel: Rs 2,398
      Vodafone Idea: Rs 2,399
      Disclosure: RIL, the promoter of Reliance Jio, also controls Network18, the parent company of CNBCTV18.com.
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