Validity of Jio Summer Surprise offer after Dhan Dhana Dhan announcement


Validity of Jio Summer Surprise offer after Dhan Dhana Dhan announcement

If you are a Jio Prime member but did not recharge after that, you can now recharge for Rs.309 and get 84 days of validity and the option to use 1GB per day for that period.

The new telecom giant Reliance Jio has revealed its new trump card by introducing "Dhan Dhana Dhan" offer-a all new plan.

Rs. 309 offer: In reliance jio "Dhan Dhana Dhan" 309 offer, one will get 1 GB per day, Free voice call, Free SMS and Jio apps for 3 months.

Earlier this week, telecom operator Vodafone approached TRAI alleging that Jio was inviting last minute subscriptions to its "Summer Surprise" offer despite the regulator finding it in violation of norms.

According a report in the Indian Express, the Summer Surprise offer has been officially withdrawn by Reliance Jio. Only users who have purchased a new SIM card will be eligible for the Rs 408 and Rs 608 offer.

Rs 509: The Rs 509 plan "for daily high data users" includes 168 GB of high speed data (2GB per day at 4G speed) for 84 days on the first recharge.

Reliance Jio said it had racked up over 100 million users and 72 million of them converted to paid users by March 31. Another difference is the Summer Surprise let users recharge with higher value for maintaining speeds and avoiding FUP.

It is pretty well known that right from the very inception, Reliance JIO has been kicking aside the stereotypic Internet offers, call cutters and other recharge benefits of all the Mobile network companies. The plan will continue for a span of three months (84 days) on a single recharge.

It is the replacement to Jio's Summer Surprise.

The telco said this painted a wrong picture to customers, "of non-robust regulatory framework where non-complaint offers are allowed to be sold in market". The website and MyJio app show that the actual tariffs for Rs 309 and Rs 509 plans are Rs 349 and Rs 549 respectively, but Jio is given a Rs 40 discount during this offer.

Mumbai: Bharti Airtel Ltd., India's biggest mobile-phone service provider, has asked the telecom regulator Trai to intervene after rival Reliance Jio started an offer to lure customers that was similar to a previous programmme stopped by authorities.

Summer Surprise was Jio's paid offer from April 1 onwards but it failed to qualify as a paid plan that offered three months of free data (voice life-time free) after recharging for just a month.

And for those who have recharged with Summer Suprise Offer, then one can't avail the offer of new "Dhan Dhana Dhan" offer by reliance jio.

Can existing customer get Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan benefits if they recharge now?



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