Reliance Jio wants to make work from home experience seamless hence the company has decided to provide more data to its JioFiber users. The change in plans is reflected on the company’s official website Jio.com. The company, however, has clarified that this double data offer is temporary and will be removed once the COVID-19 lockdown is completely lifted, which should be on May 31 unless the Narendra Modi government decides to announce lockdown 5.0.
Under the Bronze plan, Jio is now offering users a total of 350GB of monthly data, bifurcation of which is 100GB base data + 100GB double data, 100GB additional annual data benefit and 50GB introductory data benefit.
The Silver annual plan users now get 800GB of monthly data, which includes 200GB of plan data, 200GB of annual plan benefit, 200GB double data and 200GB introductory data.
Lastly, the Gold annual plan users get a total of 1,750GB monthly data. Jio says that under the Gold plan users will get 500GB of monthly plan benefit, 500GB of double data, 500GB annual data and 250GB introductory data.
The Diamond plan now comes with 4,000GB of total monthly data benefit, which includes 1,250GB of monthly data benefit, 1,250GB double data, 1,250GB annual data benefit and 250GB introductory data.
JioFiber Platinum plan users now get 7,500GB of monthly data (2,500GB plan benefit + 2,500GB annual data benefit + 2,500 double data benefit). The Platinum plan does not come with an introductory data benefit.
Lastly, under its Titanium plan, the company is offering customers 15,000GB of monthly data benefit as of now. This includes 5,000GB plan benefit, 5,000GB double data, and 5,000GB of annual plan benefit. Just like the Platinum plan, the Titanium plan also does not include any introductory data benefit.
Note: The introductory data benefit that Jio is offering alongside its plans is only valid for six months, after which this benefit will not be made available to users.
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