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Reliance Jio Postpaid Plans Announced: All You Need To Know

Reliance Jio has announced a new Postpaid plus plan for the postpaid users. Through new addition, the company introduces something new for all segments and aims to provide enhanced services across connectivity, entertainment, and experience.

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Starting with the Entertainment Plus package, Jio is offering a subscription of OTT platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+ Hotstar and along with Jio complementary applications. The next one in the queue is the Feature Plus package which is specially made for Families and offers a Data rollover plan and WiFi Calling. Similarly, there is a package especially introduced for international calling to cater to the need of people who needs to call abroad on regular basis. Lastly, the company also brings the new experience Plus package for premium support and much more. 

The plan starts at Rs399 and goes up to Rs 1499. Additionally, The customers who wish to switch on postpaid can Call on 1800 88 99 88 99 to get their Postpaid plus SIM. The SIM will be delivered to you or you visit a nearby Jio center to get a new SIM. 

Commenting on this development, Akash Ambani, Director, Jio, said “There can’t be a more opportune time to introduce JioPostpaid Plus. After having earned the trust of close to 400 million satisfied customers in the prepaid smartphone category, we want to extend our customer obsession to the postpaid category. 

JioPostpaid Plus has been intricately designed keeping in mind the needs of every postpaid customer. It accounts the need for dependable and high-quality connectivity, limitless premium entertainment, seamless and affordable international roaming, cutting-edge innovative features and most importantly the customer experience. We have tried to design a gold standard service experience and we hope that every postpaid user in India will make full use of it.”