Jio Prime Membership Extended - Free For Another 12 Months

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Jio Prime Membership Extended - Free For Another 12 Months

Reliance Jio had announced its Jio Prime subscription service over a year ago, asking people to pay Rs 99 for a year's worth of extra benefits as its months of freebies came to an end.

Initially, an opt-in service, Jio Prime was later automatically added to the recharge cost, making it nearly mandatory.

Jio has revamped its plans a couple of times in the past year and still continues to give what can be called one of the most competitive plans as other telecom operators including Airtel, Vodafone and Idea try to keep up with the data and calling benefit plans. Active Jio users will have to generate a request for the same through the mobile application.

According to a statement issued by Reliance Jio, the user who has not yet taken a Jio Prime Membership and take this service after 1 April, then he/she will have to pay 99 rupees as the annual subscription. However, as expected, the company has extended the Prime membership validity to 1 year for the existing users without charging any additional fee.

Jio's Prime membership also offers complimentary access to its content library, which also include exclusive content for Jio users.

For Rs 99 paid till 31 March, 2018 one will get unlimited voice calls for a year. It also claimed it will provide "20-50 percent more value to Jio Prime users, always".

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited has announced the new prepaid plan of just Rs 118 which offers 1GB of 3G data per day with a validity of 28 days. Now, the company has revealed that existing users will be able to subscribe to Jio Prime for free.

Reliance has given a gift to all its Prime members. And, after March 15, the offer was again extended till March 31. If you are already a Jio Prime Member, make sure you open the MyJio app and avail the free benefits in store for you.

While the war between these two telecommunication service providers continues to exist, customers of both the networks will enjoy digital experience at their best.

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