Reliance has changed the Jio Plan, if you visit the official website you will find some new plans and on the home page it is mentioned – Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan plan that gives all unlimited 3 months for Rs. 399. The new Jio plans are somewhat different and more attractive.

Jio Prepaid Plan and Tariff

The minimum price is Rs. 19  that is valid of 1 day and user get 200MB data plus all other unlimited. The next is Rs. 49 plan that gives 3 days validity with 600MB data. Now these Rs. 19 and Rs. 49 plans come with limited data and there is no extra data usage after the limit.

The Rs. 96 plan is valid for 7 days and gives users 7GB of 4G data, with 1GB cap per day, after that users can continue using data at 128kbps speed. The Rs. 149 plan is valid for 28 days and gives 2GB data only with no extra post data usage.

Rs. 309 plan is valid for 56 days, users get 56GB data with 1GB cap per day, Rs. 349 plan is valid for 56 days and it gives 10GB + 10GB speed. Rs. 399 plan looks attractive that is valid for 84 days, users get 84GB data with 1GB cap per day.

Rs. 999 plan gives 90GB data valid for 90 days, there is no daily cap for this one. Rs. 1999 plan gives 155 GB data, valid for 120 days, Rs. 4999 plan is for 210 days with 380GB data and Rs. 9999 plan is for 390 days with 780GB data.

New Jio plans and tariff

Reliance Jio PostPaid Tariff plans

Most of the Jio customers are using Prepaid, but here is post-paid tariff plans. The minimum plan starts from Rs. 309 valid for 2 months with 6GB data and 1GB cap per day. Then there is Rs. 349 plan valid for 2 months, with 10+10GB data.

Then the Rs. 399 plan gives 90GB data, 1GB cap per day and valid for 3 months. Rs. 599 plan is valid for 2 months and gives 120GB data and finally the Rs. 999 plan valid for 2 months gives 90GB data.

How to check your existing Jio Plans

Use the Jio app, then go to my statement, generate a statement after the statement is generated, use the tab on the top that says Plan Details. In that you will see your plan details and the upcoming Jio plans if any that you had already subscribed.

So what do you think about the new reliance Jio tariff plans?

Tip: Bobby Patel

By Rajeev Rana

Founder and Chief Editor -