Reliance Jio is understood for gifting its users with free data on events like throughout the festive season and when it turned two years outdated. TelecomTalk now reviews that the Telecom operator is at it again and is crediting 2GB of high-speed 4G data to its users, for free. As per the report, Jio subscribers are getting 2GB of free data and one can test it out by heading over to the My Plan part of the MyJio app. This data present to Jio users is alleged to be an extension of the ‘Jio Celebrations Pack’ and it ought to be listed within the consumer’s My Plan part by the identical title.
Jio was offering the identical advantages for 4 days under its Celebrations Pack final month as properly, a month handing out free data after its anniversary celebration. However, it credited a complete of 8GB data, which was damaged down to 2GB per day. Back in Diwali, the telco additionally launched the Rs 1,699 postpaid plan that gives limitless native and voice calling, 1.5GB of every day data, and 100 SMS per day with a validity of 365 days. The firm has not launched any new current plans however its rival Vodafone additionally got here up with a 100 % cashback supply, which is sort of related to Jio. The supply will be availed from the My Vodafone app which can credit score the cashback to a consumer in type of Rs 50 vouchers. Do be aware that solely Rs 399, Rs 458 and Rs 509 plans are eligible under this supply.
In different Jio information, the corporate would possibly quickly be rebranding its JioMusic app to JioSaavn and take away it the record of free apps. As per a current report, the telco is planning to plans to implement some main modifications to the JioMusic app and this contains merging with the Saavn app. With this, the corporate could be introducing paid plans for the app’s users but in addition supply 90 days of free professional subscription to Jio users. The identical will reportedly be applied for free users of the Saavn music streaming app, who may have a selection to change to the paid mannequin for availing premium providers. Back in March, Jio introduced that it will likely be merging its JioMusic audio streaming app with Saavn after buying a partial stake in Saavn for $104 million. At the time, Reliance claimed that the upcoming mixed music streaming service will likely be one of many largest media streaming platforms within the nation and evidently the corporate would possibly lastly be making its transfer in the direction of realising this purpose.
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