Reliance Jio Prime membership registrations extended to 15 April

As expected, Jio made a huge announcement today with their 'Summer Surprise' offer.

Further, he continued to add that customers who don't sign up for the Prime membership or recharge their Jio numbers by the newly allocated deadline will face a hindrance in their experience.

Mukesh Ambani, the chairman of the company has announced that Reliance Jio Prime subscription offer has been extended till 15th April.

Many users are trying to get Jio Prime for free and that is through the JioMoney cashback coupons that are given upon recharging through the app, but let me tell that you that the app is very glitchy and is showing quite a lot of issues. Under this plan, Jio Prime prepaid users free data benefits when they recharge with Rs 149, Rs 303 or Rs 499 and above.

Airtel's ARPU was Rs 172 on December 31, and Idea Cellular's was Rs 157 - which includes revenue from voice service, which Reliance Jio offers for free. This extension will provide the necessary breathing room for users to avoid service disruption during the transition from free to paid services.

Reliance Jio Infocomm has extended the deadline for Prime membership drive to April 15 from March 31 to manage more demand for the special voice and data offers. We, at Jio, are honored and grateful for this tremendous response.

Reliance Jio today announced that the registration for Prime Membership will be extended by 15 days.

Called Jio Summer Surprise, people who avail of this offer will get services for the first three months free of charge. Means, if a user recharges his Jio number with Rs 303 by 15 April, he or she will not have to recharge for the next three months. One need to pay 99rs FRC (First Recharge) and then the services will continue to be cheap for the next 1 year. The number is huge considering the new entrant in the market. But, for that you have to enrol for the Jio Prime membership.

He also added that, "Jio has created the world's largest greenfield 4G LTE wireless broadband network, with over 100,000 mobile towers".

According to a Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey, almost 82% of Jio users have expressed their willingness to continue with its services even after the free offers ends.

  • Tracy Ferguson