2022 is just a few days away and offers from everywhere are coming across to its’ users. Now, one such new limited time period offer is for Jio. Jio has now introduced a Happy New Year plan for its user for the Jio Rs 2545 prepaid plan. Although this plan is right now already available to its users. It will now be available with some added benefits for a limited time period. Moreover, it can be availed by both existing and new Reliance Jio users.
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Jio Rs 2545 Happy New Year 2022 Offer
Ideally, the Jio Rs 2,545 prepaid recharge offers unlimited voice calls, daily 100 SMS messages, high-speed data of 1.5GB on a daily basis, and validity of 336 days. But according to TelecomTalk, Reliance’s is now offering 29 days of additional validity with the plan at no additional cost. This brings the total validity of the plan to 365 days. The offer is available on Jio’s website as well as the MyJio app.
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This means Jio’s prepaid subscribers who opt for this plan will get a total of 547.5GB of data in a year. However, once the daily limit of 1.5GB of data expires, subscribers will experience connectivity at a reduced speed of 64KBps. In addition to offering a long validity and massive data, the Jio Rs 2545 Happy New Year 2022 plan also offers unlimited voice calls, 100 SMSs per day and a free subscription to Jio Apps, which includes Jio TV, Jio Cinema, JioSecurity and iCloud.
One should note that the offer will expire on January 2, 2022. The additional validity makes the prepaid recharge plan from Jio one of the best offers for users looking for a long-term recharge plan. Jio Rs 2545 is visible only in Reliance Jio’s My Jio app.
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In related news, Jio recently introduced its cheapest plan ever. The Re. 1 recharge plan has a validity of 1 day and gets 10MB of data. The plan is touted to be a value offering for users who don’t want to purchase more data than they require.