Jio announces Diwali 100 percent cashback offer, new annual recharge at Rs 1,699 with 1.5GB daily data

Jio is offering 100 percent cashback in form of Jio vouchers on recharges priced at Rs 149 and above.

Published Date
18 - Oct - 2018
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18 - Oct - 2018
 
Jio announces Diwali 100 percent cashback offer, new annual recha...

With the festivities fast approaching, Jio has announced its “Jio Diwali 100% Cashback Offer” and unveiled a new unlimited annual plan. As the name suggests, under the Jio Diwali 100% Cashback Offer, users will get to avail a 100 percent cashback when recharging with Rs 149 and above. This offer is valid for PrePaid recharges and the cashback will be credited in the form of Jio vouchers. It will be visible under the My Coupons section in the user’s MyJio app. Each coupon can be redeemed against purchases made at Reliance Digital or MyJio stores against an invoice value of Rs 5,000 or above. The offer is valid till November 30, 2018, and the coupons received during this offer must be redeemed on or before December 31, 2018.

Coming to the new prepaid plan, it is priced at Rs 1,699 with a validity of 365 days. Under the recharge, users will get to avail 1.5 GB of daily high-speed 4G data, along with unlimited voice calls, 100 SMS/day, and access to various Jio apps like JioTV, JioCinema, JioMusic, JioMags, and more. It should be noted that same as all other Jio plans, this recharge also offers unlimited data but at 64kbps after exhausting the high-speed data. Cumulatively, with this plan, users will get to avail 547.5GB of 4G data during the plan’s validity period. 

When recharging with packs priced at Rs 799 and above, one will get more than two recharge vouchers. It should be noted that a user can avail only one voucher at a time that they receive under the 100 percent cashback offer. One also cannot redeem these vouchers on certain products at the Reliance Digital store like when purchasing phones or tablets by Samsung and phones by Xiaomi, hard disks by Seagate, WD, Sony and Lenovo. One can head over to the company’s website for complete terms and condition here

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