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Jio is No Longer But Almost Free From March

Mumbai: After March 31, Jio will be a paid service, says Mukesh Ambani. But Jio will offer the most affordable rates, he says. Ambani says that hundreds of new plans have been launched by other telecoms and that has created a lot of confusion. But with Jio, he says, there is no confusion. After March 31, Jio will match each and every plan that other operators are offering or will offer at the same rate but with 20 per cent more data.  

1.  Rs 99 per year will get the Jio Prime membership. This is only available to existing Jio users. Also users who join Jio network will be eligible for the Prime membership.

2- Once you are a Jio Prime member, you will be able to pay Rs 303 per month and get the same free Jio services that you get now. This means unlimited data (subjected to 1GB FUP limit per day) you will get for a price of Rs 303 per month for 12 months. Looks like a quite neat deal if you like Jio network.   

3- The voice calls will continue to be free.

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