Jio Rs 1,776 All-in-One annual recharge plan launched ahead of tariff hike

“Reliance Jio has launched a new Rs 1,776 All-in-One plan, which is essentially the Rs 444 plan for 4 cycles”

Reliance Jio has launched a brand new Rs 1,776 All-in-One annual recharge plan for prepaid users. The Rs 1,776 plan comes just a few days ahead of Jio’s new hiked tariff plans. Airtel and Vodafone Idea recently raised tariff plans prices for prepaid customers, while Reliance Jio is yet to detail its new plans. Jio said that new All-in-One tariff plans will be in effect from December 6th, which means subscribers have a few days to recharge their numbers using existing low-cost plans. Jio plans to increase prepaid recharge plans by up to 40 per cent, but ahead of this hike, the company has launched a new Rs 1,776 All-in-One plan, which offers benefits for 336 days.

Reliance Jio Rs 1,776 All-in-One plan benefits

The new Rs 1,776 prepaid recharge plan has been launched for one specific reason – to allow customers to stock up on the Rs 444 plan without hassle for a year, or 336 days to be more specific. The Rs 1,776 is actually the Rs 444 plan four times over. To recall, the Rs 444 plan offers 2GB/Day data benefit, 1000 minutes free voice calls and subscription to Jio apps for 84 days. The new Rs 1,776 All-in-One plan essentially multiplies these benefits by four cycles.

With the new Rs 1,776 prepaid plan, Jio customers can avail 4000 minutes free voice calls, 2GB/Day data for a total of 672GB for 336 days, and subscription to Jio apps.

It is clear that Jio launched this Rs 1,776 plan to make it easier for prepaid users to stock up on the Rs 444 for the year, before the hike in tariff come into effect. Starting December 6th, the existing All-in-One plans will be hiked by up to 40 percent, but Jio also assures 300 percent benefits as well.

It is unclear what the hiked All-in-One tariff plans will look like. The Rs 444 is a popular plan that will likely go well beyond Rs 500. That being said, analysts believe Jio will still offer its plans at more competitive rates compared to the new Airtel and Vodafone plans.

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