Reliance Jio on Tuesday announced its Dhan Dhana Dhan offer under which it will offer customers three months of free services for a minimum recharge of Rs 309.
The details of the plan listed on Jio's website states that Jio Prime subscribers will get 84GB for 84 days on a first recharge of Rs 309, while those who recharge for Rs 509 will get 168GB for 84 days.
This effectively means you will get 1GB per day and 2GB daily respectively under the new plans, along with free SMSs, and Jio apps subscription for three months.
Jio Prime users will be able to get the free Reliance Jio services for three months with the Rs. 309 and Rs. 509 recharges. Customers who are yet to sign up for Jio Prime or who are new users will have to buy the Rs. 408 (Rs. 99 Jio Prime subscription + Rs. 309 pack) or Rs. 608 (Rs. 99 + Rs. 509) recharge in order to get the free services for three cycles of 28 days. Once you buy the recharge, you get the free Reliance Jio services for 84 days (3 x 28 days). The tariffs are only marginally more expensive than the original recharge values of Rs. 303 and Rs. 499 for the 1GB and 2GB data benefits, respectively.
The Jio.com website and MyJio app show that the actual tariffs for the Rs. 309 and Rs. 509 recharge are Rs. 349 and Rs. 549, but the operator is giving a Rs. 40 discount at present. Reliance Jio has not announced whether there is a last date to sign up for Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan offer.