If you are a user of Jio and you are looking for an affordable plan for yourself, then we have brought a special prepaid plan of the company for you. In this, you will get unlimited calling facility including 3GB data per day. Let’s know about this plan.
Jio is the country’s leading telecom company. Jio’s portfolio has a number of different prepaid plans with different pricing, giving consumers more data than expected and unlimited calling facility. If you are not able to choose the right plan for you, then we have brought a special recharge plan of the company for you. Today we will tell you in detail about the Jio plan, in which you will get unlimited calling and a premium app subscription with 3GB of data daily.
Jio prepaid plan for Rs 349
This prepaid plan of the company comes with a validity of 28 days. In this plan, consumers will get 100SMS and 3GB of data per day. Also, users will be able to make unlimited calling on any network. Apart from this, subscriptions to premium apps like Jio TV, Jio Cinema, and Jio News will be given free of cost along with the plan.
Big decision taken regarding 5G
The central government had recently made a big statement about the 5G network. According to the government, it is not possible to rollout 5G in the country this year. It may begin in India as early as 2022. According to the report of the parliamentary panel, another spectrum auction is to be held after the next 6 months. Only then will 5G be rolled out in India by next year.
The parliamentary panel report may shock the plans of Reliance CEO Mukesh Ambani. Earlier Mukesh Ambani had said that Jio will launch 5G service in India by the second half of the year 2021. According to Ambani’s statement, Jio will be at the forefront of 5G service. At the same time, 5G service has also been successfully tested on commercial network in Hyderabad by Airtel this year. Telecom companies Airtel and Jio have completed preparations for 5G. These two companies are just waiting for the approval of the government.
According to the report of the parliamentary panel, India has not made adequate preparations for the 5G service as compared to the rest of the countries. In such a situation, India cannot move ahead with half-finished preparations. According to the report, if the government does not interfere in the rollout of the 5G service, then India will miss the opportunity of 5G like 2G, 3G, 4G.