Jio Prepaid Plans Hike: After telecom company Airtel and Vodafone-Idea, Reliance Jio has also increased the prices of its prepaid plans. Jio has increased its tariff by 21%. The new rates of recharge plans will be applicable from December 1. Last week, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone-Idea had announced to increase in the prices of their tariff plans.
Jio Prepaid Plans Hike
According to Reliance Jio, its plans have been increased from Rs 31 to Rs 480. The old Rs 75 plan specially brought for Jio Phone will now be Rs 91. At the same time, the tariff plan of Rs 129 comes with the unlimited plan will now be available for Rs 155. Jio has made the most significant increase in its plan rate with a validity of one year. Now customers will get this prepaid plan of Rs 2399 for Rs 2879.
Data add-on plans also become expensive.
Reliance Jio has also increased the rates of its data add-on plans. Now customers will have to pay Rs 61 for the Rs 51 plan with 6 GB and Rs 121 for Rs 101 plan with 12 GB. Jio’s biggest plan among data add-on plans is 50 GB data, which is currently priced at Rs 251, but after the new rates are implemented, customers will have to spend Rs 301 for it.
What is Reliance Jio on the hike?
Reliance Jio has stated while increasing its tariff plans. The company has said.
“We stand firm on our commitment to strengthen further a sustainable telecom industry where every Indian is empowered with true digital life. Jio has announced its new unlimited plans today. These new plans will provide the best service in the telecom industry. Jio has a promise of providing the best service at the lowest rates in the whole world so that our customers will continue to get the most benefit.”
By how much did Airtel and Vodafone-Idea increase the price?
Talking about Airtel and Vodafone-Idea, on November 22, Airtel had increased the rates of all its prepaid plans by 20-25 per cent. Airtel’s new rates came into effect on Friday, November 26. On November 23, the next day after Airtel’s announcement, Vodafone-Idea had announced an increase in the rates of its tariff plans. He had also increased the rates of his prepaid plans by 20-25%. Vodafone’s increased rates came into effect from November 25.