Jio Introduces Cheapest Prepaid Recharge Plan in India, Costs Rs. 1 for 30 Days


Jio has quietly introduced a new prepaid recharge plan. The new plan is the cheapest prepaid recharge plan in the country and also by any network provider in the country. Its cost is Rs. 1 and its validity is 30 days. The cheapest recharge plan is great for users who do not want to buy extra data. Also, the recharge plan is visible on the MyJio app at the time of writing, but not on the website. Jio has also revised its Rs. 119 prepaid recharge plan, making it the most affordable offer in its unlimited plans portfolio.

in the beginning Reported By TelecomTalk, Rs. 1 prepaid recharge plan for live Comes with 30 days validity and 100MB data. Once the users consume the said data, they will get internet browsing speed of 64Kbps.

Can be found in Jio’s new recharge plan Value under section other plans In MyJio app but not on website. TelecomTalk also reports that on recharging this plan, if used 10 times, users will get around 1GB of high speed data which will still be cheaper than the dedicated 1GB data plan which costs Rs. 15 per month.

At this time, apart from Jio, no other network provider in the country is offering a prepaid recharge plan priced at Rs. 1 recharge plan. As mentioned earlier, this plan is great for users who do not want to buy more data than they need. There is no confirmation about how many users will be able to recharge with this plan.

Earlier this week, Jio quietly Revised Its Rs. 119 prepaid recharge plan includes 300 SMS messages along with 1.5GB of high-speed data and unlimited voice calls per day. This is essentially a revision of Rs. 98 recharge plan that offers similar benefits. The difference between both the plans except the price is that Rs. 119 plan has a validity of 14 days while Rs. 98 plan had a validity of 28 days.

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