Different Jio plans have been curated especially keeping in mind the economic constraints of the common man. From 1.5 GB per day packs with varying benefits, sachet packs, affordable plans, higher data packs like 2 GB, 3 GB, 4 GB and 5 GB per day packs and long-term plans, there is a whole range of economical plans that is enabling more and more customers to conduct their online activities and staying connected easily and affordably. There are prepaid plans and top-up packs – choose as per your choice and prerequisite. From plans that are valid for a day to plans that run for a year, you have numerous choices validity-wise, data-wise; call plans-wise, SMS and benefits wise.
While Jio is famous in the domestic scenario for making prepaid connections accessible to the common man, there is plenty of competition in the market too. The Indian telecom industry has seen cut-throat competition in recent times and operators in order to attract the attention of customers are reducing prices and including lots and lots of value add-ons.
Finally, it is the customer who is having a gala time. But it is very important that consumers ensure that they are reading through all the inclusions in the Jio plans before choosing the right top-plan and recharge plan. As a prepaid customer of Jio, whenever you wish to recharge your connection, you can easily do so using your hand phone and internet. You can choose to recharge the connection from the website of Jio or by downloading the Jio App onto your handset. You can also choose to use a reliable third-party aggregator site or App for carrying out this task. Some of the famous online aggregators in India today are Paytm, MobiKwik and PhonePe.
While selecting the Jio plan and paying online for the recharge to take place successfully, you can choose between different digital methods. You can pay online with your credit card, debit card and Net banking. When you use a reseller site you can also use the electronic wallet of the service provider. Electronic wallets have the same functionality like that of a physical wallet the difference being that – it is in the virtual world and it is much safer with chances of theft or money getting misplaced from the digital wallet is minimal. The electronic wallet today is also finding extensive use in making offline payments too and hence is being readily adopted by customers.
Online payment aggregators and service providers like Jio also accept UPI payments where your smartphone acts as a digital platform that connects multiple bank accounts and facilitates exchange or transfer of money from one account to another.
With multiple Jio plans available for prepaid customers, it is the responsibility of the subscriber to ensure that they read thoroughly and carefully in details of all the inclusions, benefits, freebies and services that will be charged for, before going ahead and choosing a particular plan for recharging online. Jio is one of the prime cellular operators in the country today, committed to bring high quality telecomm services to its customer base.