Jio users who haven’t subscribed for company’s Prime membership and need some more time to think about it, here’s a good news for them. Possibly. There are reports that the company is planning to extend the Prime subscription offer till April 30. Kicking aside the stereotype Internet offers, call cutters and other recharge benefits of all the Mobile network companies, Reliance Jio made its grand entry into the country’s market. Within no time, this telecom firm occupied the large parts of domestic businesses.
In the beginning, Jio provided 3 months of free internet and phone calls to the users from September till January, surprising the whole country the offer was extended to three more months. The company is planning to extend the Prime subscription deadline by a month. A source close to the matter told Tele Analysis that the company is extending the date because of lower than expected sign-ups for its Prime membership. The report also states that the company has so far achieved only 50 per cent of its target. However, nothing is confirmed yet. Let’s wait for the official confirmation.
Jio Prime is a new membership program for customers who have joined Jio before March 31, 2017, a deadline announced by the company previously. The subscription fee costs Rs 99 and last date of enrollment is March 31, 2017. Users can enjoy Jio data for as low as Rs 10 per GB with Prime membership. The company offers several great plans with the membership. One such offer is Rs 303, which will essentially let the Jio users enjoy the same service that they currently get, complete with its 28GB 4G data per month.
In case you don’t wish to go for Prime membership, you can still recharge your SIM with other plans and continue using your SIM. But, if you don’t take Prime membership and neither do you recharge your phone with any plans, your SIM may get deactivated after a certain period of time.