Jio’s new All-in-One plans vs old All-in-One prepaid plans: Here’s how they compare against each other

“Jio’s new prepaid packs will come into effect from December 6th so users still have a day to stock up on existing low-cost recharges”

Jio has announced its new All-in-One prepaid packs, which will come into force for all users across the country from December 6th onwards. This is the first time Mukesh Ambani-promoted telecom operator has increased the prices of its tariffs ever since its launch in 2016 yet they are still cheaper than Airtel and Vodafone Idea’s revised prepaid packs. Jio claims that while its new All-in-One plans are up to 40 percent costlier than previous recharges, they offer 300 percent more benefits. So we thought of comparing the existing Jio All-in-One prepaid plans with the new ones to see where the things stand.

Jio new All-in-One plans vs old All-in-One plans with 28 days validity

The All-in-One recharge from Jio now starts at Rs 199 instead of Rs 149. The benefits include daily data benefit of 1.5GB data per day, 100 SMS messages per day, and unlimited voice calls with 1000 FUP minutes for off-net calls. All this with a validity of 28 days. The existing Rs 149 Jio recharge, on the other hand, has 24 days validity and only 300 FUP minutes for off-net calls. The rest of the benefits remain the same.

Jio All-in-One Plan (New)ValidityDataCallingJio All-in-One Plan (existing)ValidityDataCalling
Rs 19928 days1.5GB/ dayUnlimited (1,000 FUP minutes)Rs 14924 days1.5GB/ dayUnlimited (300 FUP minutes)
Rs 24928 days2GB/ dayUnlimited (1,000 FUP minutes)Rs 22228 days2GB/ dayUnlimited (300 FUP Minutes)
Rs 34928 days2GB/ dayUnlimited (1,000 FUP minutes)

Next up, we have Rs 249 Jio All-in-One plan, which will be replacing the existing Rs 222 tariff. The new pack is again valid for 28 days but offers 2GB data per day, unlimited calling with 1000 FUP minutes for off-net calls, and a daily allowance of 100 SMS messages. The Rs 222 pack offers similar benefits, but with 300 FUP minutes instead of 1000 minutes.

Jio has added another All-in-One recharge with 28 days validity to its portfolio. The newly launched tariff has been priced at Rs 349, and it provides unlimited calling (FUP of 1,000 minutes for off-net calls), impressive 3GB of data per day, and a quota of 100 SMS messages per day.

Jio new All-in-One plans vs old All-in-One plans with 56 days validity

Talking about recharges with 56 days validity, the Rs 333 Jio pack has been revised to Rs 399 in the new All-in-One plans. The benefits of the new plan remain the same, except for the FUP minutes – which has been increased to 2,000 minutes from 1,000. Subscribers to the recharge will be getting 2GB data per day, a daily allowance of 100 SMS messages per day, and unlimited Jio to Jio calls.

Jio All-in-One Plan (New)ValidityDataCallingJio All-in-One Plan (existing)ValidityDataCalling
Rs 39956 days2GB/ dayUnlimited (2,000 FUP minutes)Rs 33356 days2GB/ dayUnlimited (1,000 FUP minutes)
Rs 44456 days2GB/ dayUnlimited (2,000 FUP minutes)Rs 44484 days2GB/ dayUnlimited (2,000 FUP Minutes)

There is also Rs 444 All-in-One plan in the Jio’s new scheme of things, which offer validity of 56 days, but ups the daily data benefit to 2GB, while the rest of the benefits include unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day. Notably, the existing Rs 444 All-in-One tariff from Jio bundles the same benefits with 84 days validity.

Jio new All-in-One plans vs old All-in-One plans with 84 days validity

The Jio All-in-One plan with 84 days validity now starts at Rs 555 instead of Rs 444. Other than the increased FUP minutes (now 3,000 instead of 1,000), you get the same benefits that you’re getting now – which includes 1.5GB data per day, up to 100 SMS messages a day, and unlimited calls to Jio to Jio network.

Jio All-in-One Plan (New)ValidityDataCallingJio All-in-One Plan (existing)ValidityDataCalling
Rs 55584 days1.5GB/ dayUnlimited (3,000 FUP minutes)Rs 44484 days1.5GB/ dayUnlimited (1,000 FUP minutes)
Rs 59984 days2GB/ dayUnlimited (3,000 FUP minutes)Rs 55584 days2GB/ dayUnlimited (3,000 FUP Minutes)

The existing Rs 555 Jio All-in-One plan, with 2GB data, unlimited calling with 3,000 FUP minutes, and a quota of 100 SMS messages per day, has been revised to Rs 599. The new pack also comes with a validity of 84 days.

Jio new All-in-One plans vs old All-in-One plans with 365 days validity

Jio All-in-One Plan (New)ValidityDataCallingJio All-in-One Plan (existing)ValidityDataCalling
Rs 2,199365 days1.5GB/ dayUnlimited (12,000 FUP Minutes)Rs 1,776334 days1.5GB/ dayUnlimited (4,000 FUP minutes)

As for the yearly packs, Jio has introduced Rs 2,199 with its new All-in-One plans. The tariff will be replacing the existing Rs 1,776 recharge, which packs 4000 minutes free voice calls to networks other than Jio (unlimited to Jio to Jio), 2GB/Day data, and 100 SMS messages each day for 336 days. The new Rs 2,199 All-in-One pack from the telco will ship with unlimited calling with 12,000 FUP minutes for off-net calls, 1.5GB data per day, 100 SMS messages, and validity of 365 days.

In addition to this, Jio has added new affordable packs for its prepaid customers, which starts at Rs 129. The pack offers 2GB data and 1,000 FUP minutes for 28 days. The Rs 329 pack by Jio bundles 6GB data and 3,000 FUP minutes for 84 days, while Rs 1,299 yearly recharge includes 24GB data and 12,000 FUP minutes. Jio to Jio calls on these affordable packs, as with other recharges, will be free and unlimited. Post the FUP minutes, customers will be charged 6 paise/ minute. Customers have an option to stock up on existing low-cost recharges, which are valid till the midnight of December 5th.

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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