Jio Rs. 2,545 Prepaid Recharge Plan Gets Updation of Extra Days
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Jio Rs. 2,545 Prepaid Recharge Plan Gets Updation of Extra Days

    Posted by Rakhi Jha On 27-Dec-2021 10:40 AM

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Jio has planned to give a new year gift to their customers to make this upcoming year interruption-free, interruption-free in terms of “No Jhik Jhik” for “thode din ka recharge koun karayega”. Jio’s Rs 2,545 prepaid recharge plan has got a new update. This yearly prepaid plan from jio, which comes with a validity of 336 and with the new updation it will get extra 29 days. That means this Jio prepaid plan will now last a full 365 days at a similar price of Rs. 2,545


This new recharge plan comes with a limited time offer on the occasion of the new year and can be availed by both existing and new Reliance Jio users. This plan now consists of 1.5GB of high-speed data per day, unlimited voice calls, daily 100 SMS messages, and validity of 365 days, which is similar to the old one.

This is First reported by TelecomTalk, Reliance's telecom arm Jio is now offering 29 days of additional validity with the plan at no additional cost. This brings the total validity of the plan to 365 days. The offer is available on Jio's website as well as the MyJio app.

With these aforementioned benefits, Jio's Rs. 2,545 prepaid recharge plan also provides users with subscriptions to JioTV, JioCinema, JioSecurity, and JioCloud.

This has to be noted down that this additional validity for the Rs. 2,545 prepaid recharge plan is available for a limited period as this offer will expire on January 2, 2022, next year.

This new validity plan makes this offer the Best offer for the customer who is looking for something as a long term recharge plan.

Jio never skip to adding something new to their plan list to excite the customers, Earlier this month, Jio has introduced its cheapest plan ever of Rs. 1 Recharge plan, which has the validity of 1 day and gets 10MB of Data, this offer is a gift for those who don't want to purchase more data than they require.