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Jio Launches Rs 3,499 Annual Prepaid Recharge Plan

- Updated: 1st Jul 2021, 05:49 IST
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    Jio Rs 3,499 Annual Prepaid Recharge Plan

Jio announces an Rs. 3,499 prepaid plan having a year’s validity. The new annual plan is available on the website as well as the mobile app. It is the most expensive plan offered by Jio and is included in the 3GB per day prepaid plan list. Unlike the company’s Rs. 2,599 annual plan, which includes a Disney+ Hotstar VIP membership, the new package includes subscriptions to several Jio applications and services but no third-party OTT platforms.

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Jio Rs 3,499 Annual Prepaid Recharge Plan

Reliance Jio has quietly launched a new Rs. 3,499 annual prepaid plan to its range, making it the telco’s most expensive plan to date. Both the website and the MyJio mobile app have received this plan. The Rs. 3,499 plan includes 365 days of validity and 3GB of data every day, for a total of 1,095GB of data. Browsing speeds will drop to 64Kbps after consuming 3GB of data in a day. You receive 100 SMS and unlimited voice calls.

The Rs. 3,499 prepaid plan offers JioTV, JioCinema, JioNews, JioSecurity, and JioCloud subscriptions. Surprisingly, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Zee5, or any other third-party OTT platform are not included in the plan.

Jio Rs. 3,499 Annual Prepaid Plan

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There were no annual Jio plans that gave 3GB of data per day until recently, and the company’s most expensive prepaid yearly plan, the Rs. 999 plan, had 85 days of validity and the same features as the Rs. 3,499 plan. Jio also offers an Rs. 401 prepaid package that includes a Disney+ Hotstar VIP subscription, 28 days of validity, 90GB total bandwidth (3GB daily), and 100 SMS each day.

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Reliance recently held its 44th Annual General Meeting, during which the company introduced the JioPhone Next, a new, ultra-affordable 4G phone built in collaboration with Google. Over the next three years, the company plans to invest Rs. 75,000 crore in four “Giga” factories to produce solar photovoltaic cells, green hydrogen, batteries, and fuel cells. Mukesh Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Industries, spoke at the event about the company’s 5G plans and claimed that Jio would be the first to provide 5G service to India.