Hey! As we all know, JIO is a game changer and is kinda a main reason for many telecom companies for losing their loyal customers.
However, various JIO plans are available right now, but the question is that which one should YOU choose?
Keep reading to know the best plan available for your 4G smartphone (VoLTE enabled).
A brief History of JIO:
Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited, or Jio, is a LTE mobile network operator in India. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Industries headquartered in Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra that provides wireless 4G LTE service network (without 2G/3G based services) and is the only ‘VoLTE-only’ (Voice over LTE) operator in the country which lacks legacy network support of 2G and 3G, with coverage across all 22 telecom circles in India.
The services were first beta-launched to Jio’s partners and employees on 27 December 2015 on the eve of 83rd birth anniversary of late Dhirubhai Ambani, founder of Reliance Industries. and later services were commercially launched on 5 September 2016.
Now after the end of JIO Welcome Offer:
If you’re using PREPAID sim and you use JIO just for your mobile internet to browse and download occasionally then 304 INR plan is enough for you and it’ll be good enough to last for 84 days giving you unlimited voice calls and 84 GB of 4G data with validity of 84 days, isn’t it cool?
However, if you have removed your main broadband (Like me) and completely rely on JIO for the network then 509 INR plan is suitable enough to last for around 3 months providing 168 GB of 4G data. Now if you calculate, you are paying around 170 rupees for 56GB of 4G data which is extremely less than any broadband service. But I guess, if you download a lot, like a lot of movies and your torrent seems like this:
Then apparently 509 won’t be enough and you should be switching to an OPTICAL Fiber company. For eg, EXCITEL provided UNLIMITED INTERNET (NO FUP LIMIT) and 50 MBPS of speed at a very cheap rate (around 800 rupees/month).
Note: If you become a Postpaid user then you get a little more data as compared to prepaid users.
The best plan depends on your usage and what do you actually want to do!