Published: Mon, March 23, 2020
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Reliance Jio Launches Work From Home Pack For Rs.251

Reliance Jio Launches Work From Home Pack For Rs.251

The company has announced multiple initiatives targeting various sectors including healthcare, life-sciences, connectivity, and retail. As per the new plan users will get 2GB data per day for the period of 51 days. The second plan is called Silver and is priced at Rs 849 per month. All the subscribers can use high-speed data of 120GB total. Hence, the additional data benefits will become effective right after you exceed the current daily data limit. However, you don't get any free calling benefits with this pack.

According to the plan, the customers can avail themselves of 2 GB 46 data per day. All plans bundle subscriptions to streaming platforms including Hotstar, SonyLiv, Zee5, SunNxt, Voot and JioCinema.

The new work from the home pack by Reliance Jio gives 2GB data every day and is valid for 51 days.

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To ensure that users avoid internet outages and connectivity crunch, India's leading telco Reliance Jio is doubling its data offering across all existing plans. The 4G data voucher of Rs 51 that earlier offered 3GB data has now been revised to 6GB with an additional 500 minutes talk time for Jio to non-Jio calls.

Existing users of JioFiber (broadband) and Jio 4G (mobile) stand to gain access to additional data at no extra cost. The data vouchers of Rs 11, Rs 21, Rs 51 and Rs 101 were modified to offer double data. Jio launched a "Work from home" plan for all the employees who are working from home due to coronavirus spread. However, this plan only comes with internet benefits, so there are no special benefits on calling or SMS. Also, if you exhaust the daily 2GB limit, you can continue to browse at 64kbps until the clock resets.

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