Prepaid recharge plan of Rs 153 closed for Jio Phone users

For Jio Phone users, the company has stopped prepaid recharge plan of Rs 153. Under this plan, users used to get 1.5 GB of high-speed data benefit daily with a validity of up to 28 days. This prepaid plan of Rs 153 was introduced by the company in July 2017 and in February 2018 this plan was updated with which a new prepaid plan of Rs 49 was brought. In this plan, Jio phone users used to get unlimited voice calling and 100 SMS Jio to Jio free every day. Recently, this new step has been taken by the company a few days after the news of Jio starting free calling on non-Jio number.

A prepaid recharge plan of Rs 153 has been removed from the Jio site. After the latest update, Jio Phone users get four recharge plan options, which are Rs 185 recharge recharge plan, Rs 155 recharge plan, Rs 125 recharge plan and Rs 75 recharge plan.

Jio’s Rs 155 recharge plan offers the same benefits as the Rs 153 recharges offered. However, in the recharge of Rs 153, users used to get 1.5 GB of data per day, but in the recharge of Rs 155, 1 GB of data is available daily.

According to the information available on the web archives, the prepaid recharge plan of Rs 153 was discontinued on 31 December. According to some other media reports, the company has stopped prepaid recharge plans of Rs 99, Rs 297 and Rs 594, along with Rs 153 recharge recharge plan. However, this information is unclear, as these plans have not appeared on Web archives since November 2019.

Gadgets 360 has contacted Jio to get more information in this regard, it will be updated through this news as soon as the answer is received.

Earlier this month, Reliance Jio announced that from 1 January 2021, the domestic voice calling facility on all networks will be made free once again. Let me tell you, only a year ago, the telecom company had applied 6 paise per minute on other mobile networks. However, with the start of the new year, the company has revived its old facility once again. Under ‘Bill and Keep’, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has discontinued the Interconnect Use Charge (IUC) on domestic voice calls from 1 January in the country.

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