Reliance Jio revises 4G data vouchers to offer double data and off-net minutes
- Reliance Jio revised its data vouchers to offer double data benefit and non-Jio minutes.
- It currently offers four vouchers, starting from ₹11 to ₹101.
- The vouchers have the same validity as the user’s existing plan.
Reliance Jio currently offers four data vouchers - ₹11, ₹21, ₹51 and ₹101 and all the vouchers have been revised to offer more benefits. The vouchers do not have any validity on their own and last till your existing plan’s validity.
Reliance Jio revised data vouchers
|Data voucher||Old data||New data||Non-Jio minutes|
|₹ 11||400MB||800MB||75 minutes|
|₹ 21||1GB||2GB||200 minutes|
|₹ 51||3GB||6GB||500 minutes|
|₹ 101||6GB||12GB||1,000 minutes|
The ₹11, ₹21, ₹51 and ₹101 vouchers offer 800MB, 2GB, 6GB and 12GB 4G data respectively. They also offer 75 minutes, 200 minutes, 500 minutes and 1,000 minutes of non-Jio calls respectively.
The data on these vouchers is used once your plan’s daily data limit is exhausted. You can recharge with multiple data vouchers at once and they will be queued in your account. Once the first voucher gets expired, the second voucher will be activated.
The company has revised the data vouchers due to the Coronavirus outbreak as people are stuck at homes and may use more data than usual. While Reliance Jio is the first telco to offer more benefits during the Coronavirus outbreak, companies like ACT Fibernet and Excitel have announced offers for broadband users.
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