A big announcement from Reliance Jio has just made yesterday, after which some telecom companies are quite happy but if we talk about the users of Reliance Jio, then it is very upset and disappointing. Let us tell you that a very strange announcement was made by Reliance Jio. According to which the users of Reliance Jio cannot avail of free calling on any other network.
This means that if you call Reliance Jio on Airtel, Vodafone-Idea or BSNL, etc. network. Then you are going to be charged at the rate of 6 paise per minute. This will be done for both postpaid and prepaid. However, before you become more upset and think that what you have to do now. Will, it is right for you to go to any other network, etc. Questions have also started coming in your mind.
However, let us tell you that another announcement was made by Reliance Jio according to which the company has introduced new top-up vouchers. Through which you can take advantage of calls etc. on other networks, this means that you will still have a chance to make calls on other networks.
If we talk about these top-up vouchers etc. then you tell us that in the Rs 10 top-up, you are going to get 124 minutes of NON-IUC call, it means that you will also have to call on non-live network Getting a good chance. Apart from this, let us tell you that 1GB of data is also being given free in it. Apart from this, you will be given 249 minutes of calling and 2GB data in the top-up plan coming in the price of Rs 20.
However, if we talk about the top-up of Rs 50, then let us tell you that in this, up to 656 minutes of calling and 5GB data is being given for free, besides if you take a voucher that comes in the price of Rs 100. You are getting 1362 minutes of free calling and 10GB data. You can use these top-up plans with your normal recharge plan and billing plan. So if you still want to take advantage of free calling then you should use these top-up vouchers. Through them, you can still take advantage of free calling.
WHAT IS THE WHOLE MATTER AND IUC
We all know that since the arrival of Reliance Jio in the telecom market. A big round of competition has started, which is going on till now. Let us tell you that before coming to the company. The company started giving free calling and data to its users as a free trial. And even after coming to the market this trend was continued. In view of this, other telecom companies also wanted to give stiff competition to Jio while reducing their prices. But even after this, no company has been able to do so. While people were quite happy on behalf of Reliance Jio, but after an announcement, you might be upset too. Let us tell you that Reliance Jio has announced that the company is not going to give its free calling to users anymore.
This announcement has been made recently by the company, after which there is a wave of happiness in the telecom world, on the one hand, users have been disappointed. Reliance Jio has announced that now its users will not be able to take advantage of free calling. Although if you are on Reliance’s network then you are still going to get the benefit of this service if you make calling etc. on any other network.
Then you are not going to get the benefit of free service. If you call on any other network, you are going to be charged on behalf of 6 paise per minute. This charge is to be charged as IUC i.e. Interconnect Usage Charge. Although the company has also said that the same data is going to be given to the users free of cost. It can be said as a matter of relief. However, after this announcement, you will have to pay this charge on the network of Airtel, Vodafone, BSNL, and Idea.
Let me tell you that IUC is the price paid by a mobile network operator to another telecom operator. Let us tell you that the free calling given by Reliance Jio to the users has stopped from tomorrow also. Apart from this, the changes that have been made are also valid for all the top-up vouchers, etc. Apart from this, let us tell you that the company is taking this charge from you until the Zero Termination Charge arrangement implements by TRAI. It is believed that this system can be implemented only around 1 January 2020.