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Comes with full 30 days validity Jio’s ‘Hey’ Discount Plans, starting at Rs. 181; Get up to 50 GB of data

New Delhi: Troy had a few days ago asked telecom companies to submit plans with a full month validity. Following the TRAI order, the companies are now offering plans with a validity of 30 and 31 days. Reliance Jio, the country’s largest telecom companyReliance Jio) Introducing new plans for your customers. The company has included in its prepaid portfolio plans that come with a validity of one month. The company has fantastic plans available at Rs 259 and Rs 296. These plans offer data, calling and SMS with full month validity. Let’s learn more about these plans.

Reliance Jio’s Rs Prepaid plan

Reliance Jio has a fantastic prepaid plan with a validity of Rs 259. The validity of this plan is a full month i.e. 30 days. In this plan, users get 1.5 GB of data per day. Also, unlimited voice calling is being offered on all networks across the country. Users will also receive 100 free SMS per day. The plan offers a free subscription to Geo Apps.

Reliance Jio’s Rs 296 prepaid plan

Geo has also introduced cheaper plans of Rs 296 for its customers. This plan is valid for 30 days. In this recharge plan, users get 25 GB of data without any daily limit. In addition, 100 free SMS per day and unlimited voice calling on all networks across the country. Users are being offered a free subscription to Geo Apps.

These plans have a validity of 30 days

Geo’s Rs 191, Rs 241 and Rs 301 plans also give users 30 days validity. All this Data voucher Are. A data voucher of Rs 181 carries a total of 30 GB of data. Also, the Rs 241 plan offers a total of 40 GB and the Rs 301 plan offers a total of 50 GB of data. Meanwhile, private telcos Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea have also introduced plans with 30- and 31-day validity following TRAI’s order.

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