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Reliance Chairman Mukesh Ambani today revealed where the Reliance Jio will be heading once the free trial period ends on March 31, 2017. And here is all that you need to know

Reliance Jio won’t be free after March 31. The free trial ends then.
  • Reliance want’s to thank existing 100 million Jio users with Reliance Jio Prime offer.
  • The existing 100 million users can enroll for Jio Prime offer from March 1 to March 31
  • You can enroll using My Jio App, Jio official website or by walking into a nearby Reliance Jio Store
  • The enrollment isn’t free. You will have to pay Rs. 99 (one time) for enrollment.
  • Prime users will be able to avail All Reliance Jio apps and services for another year, that is until March 31, 2018, at a nominal price of Rs. 303 per month that breaks down to about Rs. 10 per day.
  • Reliance Jio Prime Members will get 1GB free data per day.
  • Reliance Jio and Partners will also workout attractive deals and offers for Jio Prime members.
  • New users will have to subscripe to Postpaid and Prepaid plans that were announced earlier
  • Reliance Jio has managed to gather 100 million free subscribers in mere 170 days, which is hardly surprising considering the lucrative services that it has been offering for free. 
  • Moving forward, Jio won’t be free anymore, but existing users can avail Jio Prime Membership and continue enjoying free voice and Data services for another year to come.
While the voice calling will be free, Data restrictions on Prime users haven’t been specified yet. We expect the same 1GB/ day and free usage between 2:00 to 5:00 Am for Jio Prime members as is the case under current Jio Happy New Year Offer. We will update the post as soon as the finer details of the Prime Membership plans emerge.

Amidst another Reliance Jio insights that were provided today, Mukesh Ambani revealed that Jio users consume a whopping 200 crore minutes of Voice and Video calls per day. Once the free offer ends, you can expect a lot of that load to shed and consequently services could improve and get more reliable.

He also announced that Jio will be present in nearly all Cities, Towns and Villages in India and cover 99 percent of the population by the end of 2017.

FAQ About the Reliance Jio Prime subscription plan.

What is Jio Prime subscription plan?

Jio Prime is a plan that extends the unlimited services offered by Reliance Jio under the Happy New Year Offer by another year.

Who can sign up for Jio Prime?

Jio Prime is limited to the 100 million existing Reliance Jio users as well as those join the network before March 31, 2017. So, even if you are not a Reliance Jio user right now, you can still get unlimited mobile data at Rs. 10 per day for another year.

How much does Jio Prime subscription cost?

Jio Prime subscription has been priced at Rs. 99 per year by Reliance Jio. However, to get the free mobile data and other benefits, you will need to pay another Rs. 303 per month for the next 12 months to continue getting the data benefits.

When can I sign up for Jio Prime?

Subscriptions for Jio Prime start on March 1 and end on March 31, 2017. After March 31, you will not be able to avail the bundled services at Rs. 303 per month.

Where do I subscribe to Jio Prime?

You can either head to the MyJio app to subscribe to the Jio Prime service, or use the Jio.com website. You can also choose to any Jio store or Jio partner store near you to enrol for the plan.

What is covered under the Jio Prime plan?

With Jio Prime, you will get unlimited mobile data for a year (1GB daily FUP limit), plus the media and content benefits associated with the Jio apps suite. Mukesh Ambani pegged the value of the Jio Prime plan at Rs. 10,000. A Reliance Jio statement says, "There will be many other attractive deals and offers from both Jio and its partners [for] the Jio Prime members."

What happens if I do not sign up for Jio Prime?

If you choose to not opt for Jio Prime, you will be ported to a Jio postpaid or prepaid plan and will have to pay for data and other services, but not voice calls (including on roaming).

Apart from Jio Prime, Ambani also announced that Reliance Jio will soon set up a process to monitor and match the best-selling data offers by rival operators. Not only does Jio plan to match the offer, but also give 20 percent more data.
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