new Delhi. Billionaire Mukesh Ambani's telecom company Reliance Jio has recently launched two new data plans for its prepaid consumers. Both these plans have been launched especially for cricket fans in view of the IPL 2020 starting next month. In these new plans, Jio will give one-year Disney Plus Hotstar subscription to pre-paid users. Also, other data benefits will also be available.
This is the first pre-paid plan, in which Disney Hotstar will get a subscription. According to the company's claim, Jio's Rs 401 plan will get 28 days validity and 3GB data will be made available on a daily basis. Apart from this, if you use 3GB of daily data, then 6GB of additional data will be given by the company. This plan will be especially for those users who consume a lot of data daily.
One year Disney Hotstar subscription is being offered in the cricket pack of Rs 499. According to the Jio website, unlimited cricket coverage will be made available in this plan. If excluding subscription benefits, then 1.5GB data will be made available daily on a recharge plan of Rs 499. The validity of this plan will be 56 days. However, no voice and SMS facility will be provided in this pack.
A one-year Disney Hotstar subscription will also be available in the Rs 777 recharge plan. But apart from the plan of Rs 499, it will give voice and data benefits to live users. This will be a quarterly plan, in which 131GB data, unlimited calling and access to Jio apps will be given. The validity of this plan will be 84 days. Under the plan, 1.5GB data will be given daily and in addition to this, 5GB data will be available.
The Rs 2,599 recharge plan will come with a maximum validity of 365 days. Daily 2GB data will be available in this plan. A total of 10GB of data will be offered after the same 2GB of data is exhausted.
This post was published on August 25, 2020 12:33 pm
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