Mukesh Ambani has launched Reliance Jio services today. And as expected Jio to offer the lowest data and voice rates in the world. This is really gonna be a new revolution and a great competition in the world of mobile industry.
I have been using a Reliance Jio sim on my Samsung Galaxy A5 mobile for more than a month and I am extremely happy with the service provided by them.
I am getting a good download and upload speed even with poor network signals and call drop is almost less than 10% compared to my Vodafone Postpaid connection.
I am a frequent traveler and I was experiencing severe problems of voice and data connectivity during my travel, especially if I am traveling by train. But After getting Reliance Jio on my hand, all my problems has solved. Last week I had a train journey to Bangalore and I really experienced the network of Jio.
I don’t know to speak technically, but the calls are having HD quality and the data speed is absolutely fair.
To start with Reliance Jio data packs will start for as low as 5 paise per MB adding up to Rs 50 for 1GB, a fraction of the cheapest data plan in India at the moment. Reliance Jio will offer data packs ranging from Small (S) to XXXL. The small plan starts at Rs 149 for 0.3GB data along with access to 100 SMSes.
The small plan starts at Rs 149 for 0.3GB data along with access to 100 SMSes. There’s a Rs 499 Medium pack which comes at Rs 499 for 4GB 4G data and access to unlimited 4G at night. The Large, XL, XXL and XXXL 4G packs are priced at Rs 999, Rs 1,499, Rs 2,499, Rs 3,999 and Rs 4,999, respectively.
The Reliance Jio data packs give users an access to free voice calls and Jio premium apps. Jio Premium apps include JioPlay, JioOnDemand, JioBeats, JioMags, JioXpressNews, JioDrive, JioSecurity and JioMoney. Reliance Jio data packs with access to Jio premium apps is free till December 31, 2017.
All data services will free till December 31, 2016 after which users will be able to choose their tariff plan.