September 30, 2022
Jio revises Rs.  501 ISD recharge option, Rs.  1,101 and Rs.  1,201 IR packs now come with reduced mileage

Jio has revised its International Customer Dialing (ISD) and International Roaming (IR) prepaid recharge vouchers with reduced benefits. The latest revision which apparently happened a few days back has affected Jio’s Rs. 501 ISD recharge voucher as well as Rs. 1,101 and Rs. 1,201 IR packs. The operator has not made any announcement, though the changes are visible on the Jio website. It is worth mentioning that Rs. 575, Rs. 2,875, and Rs. The 5,751 unlimited IR packs offered by Jio remain unaffected by the modification.

first reported By Onlytech, Rs. 501 Jio ISD recharge is packed listed On operator’s site Rs. 424.58 Talk time for 28 days. It is Rs. 126.42 less than the earlier Rs. 551 Talktime is available with the same pack.

Apart from Rs. 501 ISD pack, Jio has reduced talktime benefits of Rs. 1,101 and Rs. 1,201 IR packs. Rupee. 1,101 is packed listed Jio site Rs. 933.05 IR usage, down from earlier Rs. 1,211 usage. Similarly Rs. 1,201 pack is listed with IR usage of Rs. 1,017.80. The pack had earlier offered IR usage of Rs. 1,321.

Since Jio has not made any official communication regarding the update, it is not clear when exactly the company revised the Rs. 501 ISD recharge option and Rs. 1,101 and Rs. 1,201 IR packs.

Rupee. 501 ISD recharge pack is designed for making international calls to 230 countries around the world. On the contrary Rs. 1,101 and Rs. The 1,201 IR packs are applicable for customers visiting over 100 and 170 countries respectively.

With other companies including Google, Facebook, Qualcomm Ventures, and Silver Lake, Jio is already on a fundraising spree on board. According to the most recent earnings report, the telco added nearly 10 million new users in the quarter ended June 30, taking its total customer base to 39.8 crore. However, it has also started increasing some of its charges and reducing the benefits of others to benefit from its growing presence in India.

In recent times, Jio discontinued prepaid recharge plans including Rs. 98 and Rs. 2,398 ones. It has also started charging customers for making voice calls to other networks at the existing Interconnect Usage Charge (IUC) rate, which has been decided by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI).


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