Jio Postpaid Plus with OTT subscriptions announced, price starts from Rs 399

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In India, Jio is a name that everyone is aware of. The telecom brand set the market on fire, when it entered the Indian market and, ever since, it has become quite popular. The low rates coupled with good network coverage led to Jio’s popularity. Since then, Reliance Jio also launched Jio Fiber, which is a Wi-Fi plan that shook up the market. Today, the company launched new Jio Postpaid Plus, which offers several benefits for postpaid users in India. As per the company, the new plans aim to offer superior services across multiple aspects. Let us discuss some important points regarding the plan.

What’s Jio Postpaid Plus? 

The Jio PostPaid plans are priced at INR 399 (base) which offers 75GB data and 200GB data rollover, INR 599 for 100 GB data, 200 GB data rollover, and 1 additional SIM Card with a family plan. The other plans include an INR 799 plan, with 150GB data, 200 GB rollover, and 2 additional SIM cards with Family plans, INR 999 for 200GB data, and 500GB rollover, with 3 additional SIMs with Family plans. The final plan is priced at INR 1499, which offers 300GB data, 500GB rollover, and unlimited data+voice in the USA and UAE. All of these plans offer unlimited voice and SMS, coupled with Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Disney+Hotstar subscription.

Postpaid users wishing to switch to Jio PostPaid plus can continue the existing operator’s credit limit by sending ‘hi’ to 88-501-88-501 on WhatsApp. New users can get the SIM card delivered by visiting Jio.com, postpaid or by calling 180088998899 or by visiting the nearest Jio/Reliance Digital store. Jio PostPaid Plus will be available starting the 24th of September.

What are your thoughts on the new Jio PostPaid Plus plan? Are you going to get it? Let us know in the comments.

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