Reliance Jio Prime Buy One Get One Free Offer
Reliance Jio is coming up with incredible offers for Prime members nowadays. Now, the Reliance Jio has made another step by offering the buy one get one offer for Jio Prime members. We all know the Reliance Jio has offered free voice calls, free SMS, free video calls and access to Reliance Jio apps until 31st March 2017 as a ‘New Year Offer’. Later the Reliance Jio has extended all these benefits to the next year that is 31st March 2018. Now, Reliance Jio is not stopping the gifts with this! It is making a step forward to offer the ‘Reliance Buy One-Get One’ offer for its prime subscribers. The details are as fallows.
Reliance Buy One Get One Offer for Prime Members
Reliance Jio has recently offered the extension for prime members with just a recharge of Rs 303 per month. The users can get free voice calls, free data benefits, and many other advantages for just Rs 10 per a day. Now, the Reliance has announced another benefit of free add-n worth Rs 201 for every 303 recharge. That is users can get 5GB data and for Rs 499 recharge the Jio has offered 10GB extra free data. This is the greatest plan ever for Prime members.
Reliance Buy One Get One Offer from 1st March to 31st March Only
There is no clarified information for why Reliance Jio wanted to accompany this extra free data offer, however it’s perhaps to make it much more appealing than it is. It can also be that Jio was expecting significantly more people out of its 100 million+ endorsers of pick Prime membership once the offer went live on March 1st, despite the fact that people have time until the 31st to pay Rs 99 and get the Prime subscription. Just to be clear, this is a one-time advantage on the principal energize (in April 2017) and the data will be valid for that month as it were.
And also, the free extra will be automatically updated by Jio and there is no compelling reason to apply any promo code in that concern. Clearly, the decision of name isn’t the best as one would expect that they will get an extra Prime subscription, which isn’t the situation. However, it’s still a decent one considering how expensive mobile data is on different transporters at this moment.