Jio prime membership launched at rs 99 and activation process

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Jio so far has launched Preview offer, welcome offer and Happy new year offer to attract more customers by offering unlimited data, calls and sms. Jio cannot gain by giving free offers every time and after 31st march 2017 Jio is going to charge and its true.

From 1st April 2017 Jio customers can join jio prime membership to access unlimited data for one year. Details of Jio prime membership are explained clearly with activation process.Jio prime membership

Jio Prime Membership plan – Full details:

1. What is Jio prime membership plan?

Jio customers should pay Rs.99 as subscription amount to be eligible to enjoy unlimited data till 31st March 2018.


2. Can Jio customer can use unlimited data by just paying Rs.99?

No, Rs.99  is only to be eligible to use unlimited data. It’s like a subscription amount.


3. What is time limit to Join jio membership?

Jio customers can pay Rs.99 from 1st march 2017 to 31st march 2017. Within this period only one can join jio Prime Membership.


4. How to Pay for Jio prime membership?

  • My Jio App
  • Jio official website ( )
  • Jio digital stores/Retailers

Payment options available through Jio money, debit card, credit card and net banking in my jio app and website. In stores by cash.


5. What to do after Joining Jio prime membership to enjoy unlimited data?

Jio customers should recharge with Rs.303 every month to enjoy unlimited data at 1Gb per day for 28 days. After 1 Gb of the day is consumed then speed will reduce to 128kbps.


To enjoy unlimited benefits for 1 more year till march 2018 then join Jio prime before 31st march 2017 and recharge Rs.303 every month.

Also Read: Reliance unlimited calls @149

Other operators too are introducing new offers to beat the competition of Jio. So what is your opinion regarding this. Will you join Jio prime or continue with the existing operator. If so share your opinions below, feel free to comment.



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