Jio rolls out 'Holiday Hungama' prepaid offer with Rs 100 instant discount for PhonePe users

Jio's Rs 399 plan will effectively cost Rs 299 after a Rs 100 instant cashback for users who pay using PhonePe. The limited period offer is valid from June 1 - June 15.

Published Date
01 - Jun - 2018
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01 - Jun - 2018
 
Jio rolls out ‘Holiday Hungama’ prepaid offer with Rs 100 instant...

Reliance Jio is discounting one of its most popularly sold Rs 399 prepaid plan in partnership with PhonePe. Jio prepaid users who recharge their numbers with the Rs 399 plan can now avail an instant discount of Rs 100, if they transact using UPI-based digital payments platform PhonePe.

This Rs 100 instant discount has two components, the company announced on Thursday. A Rs 50 instant discount will be valid for Jio Prepaid users for who have Rs 50 cashback vouchers from Jio on recharging via MyJio App and another Rs 50 instant cashback when payment is done via PhonePe, inside MyJio App.

Jio’s Rs 399 plan offers 1.5GB of daily data for a validity of 84 days. The total data available over the course of 84 days is 126GB. The plan further offers unlimited calling, 100 SMS per day and complimentary access to Jio’s suite of apps. All this will now cost Rs 299 under the Holiday Hungama offer for a limited period of time.

The Holiday Hungama prepaid offer is valid for recharges made between June 1 and June 15, 2018. “Jio wishes to make it easier for people to recharge on the go and make the most of these holidays,” the company said in a press statement.

To avail the latest offer, log into the My Jio app and click on the Recharge tab. After that, select the Rs 399 plan and click on the ‘Buy’ button to access the payments page. Here, select PhonePe as your payment option. The app will then ask you to sign-in to your PhonePe account after confirming your number and OTP. Complete the payment using the PhonePe wallet and you will be eligible for the Rs 100 instant discount.

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