The Reliance chairman, who had earlier said "data is the new oil", said, "In a few months, Jio customers have created new records".
Jio Prime is limited to the 100 million existing Reliance Jio users as well as those join the network before March 31, 2017. This is a worthy deal considering 1GB of 4G data on other networks come close to Rs 99 just for a month, while Jio is giving its bundle of services free for a complete year. However, the most important announcement of the day was the introduction of yet another offer.
Jio has crossed 100 million customer base in 170 days of its launch.The milestone belongs to the Jio community, he said.
"Every single day, Jio customers make 200 cr minutes of voice and data calls".
Existing and new users can avail of a Jio Prime membership for Rs.99/year.More news: Flynn's exit casts pall over Trump administration
Post March 31, Jio will be a paid service but will offer the most affordable rates among all mobile operators in the country.
The membership plan will commence on April 1, 2017. These service providers were Reliance Jio Infocom (72.16 million), Bharti Airtel (43.56 million), Vodafone (35.02 million), Idea Cellular (27.04 million) and BSNL (20.36 million).
Users can register for a Jio Prime membership on the MyJio app, company's website and through Jio offline stores. You are the co-founders of Jio. Instead, a new Jio Prime offer will be introduced in its place. The scheme will be for a price of Rs 300/month for another full year.
Jio Prime details, Rs 99 for the first year, then Rs 303 per month for another year. You don't have to worry as you will get best value for money. The subscription will be valid till 31st of March, 2018. You can of course continue browsing at slower speeds or use a booster pack to increase the limit.
The company will provide tariff plans which will contest with other telecom services. Both JioMoney and Uber will offer exclusive offers to pull users to use JioMoney as the preferred method of payment.
"They have announced the pricing for the services, which is a good news for the industry, at least they have started charging".