Reliance Jio on Wednesday announced an update to its popular Dhan Dhana Dhan recharge plans, bundling more data benefits for its users. The new revised plans come into effect from October 19 and are available for new and existing customers.
While the monthly data has increased, Jio users will continue to get the same unlimited free voice calls including local, STD and roaming, Jio apps subscription, along with high speed internet (with Fair Usage Policy).
The biggest change has been introduced to the popular Rs 149 monthly plan. While earlier customers used to get 2GB of monthly data, Jio now offers almost double at 4GB.
Jio has launched a new Rs 459 plan under which Jio Prime users will get 1GB of data per day for three months. For prepaid customers, Jio is offering same benefit but with validity up to 84 days.
For heavy data users, Reliance is offering a Rs 509 plan under which users will be eligible for 2GB data per day for 49 days. The plan brings down the cost of 1GB data to Rs 5.2.
There’s another Rs 999 plan under which customers will get 60GB data for three months.
For light users, Jio is offering daily and weekly packs under which users can 0.15GB data for as low as Rs 19 with one day validity. For Rs 52, Jio is offering same data benefits with one week validity.
The update to Jio’s data plans comes a week after the company introduced a Rs 399 plan under which it was offering 100% cashback. The Rs 399 cashback plan expired on Wednesday.