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Jio Postpaid Offer 2018: Check New Rs. 199 Plan Details and Other Interesting Offers

Jio Postpaid Offer 2018: Check New Rs. 199 Plan and Other Interesting Offers: –  Well, you all may know that Reliance Jio is ruling the Indian Telecom sector so far since the day it launched. Now, the reports are coming that Reliance Jio is all set for the launch and they launched unveiled Jio Postpaid and its first real step towards the smaller segment of India’s telecom market. You all should know that the first plan under the new offering is the Rs. 199 plan that comes with 25GB of high-speed 4G data per month. You all can get this offer if you are looking for something attractive in postpaid plans. JioFiber Plans

You all may know that all the standard JioPlans for prepaid comes with free voice calls, unlimited SMS messages, and premium subscriptions to Jio Apps. Now you can accept that same thing with all Jio Postpaid plans. Reports are coming that the Mukesh Ambani-owned company says ISD calls will be available to all subscribers of the Jio 199 postpaid plan, without the need of activation or any security deposit.

Jio Postpaid Offer Rs. 199 Plan Details

Yes! Now you all can make ISD calls with an easy “one-click” activation of international roaming for all the users who will get 199 plan. Also, the company said, “Jio Postpaid brings a differentiated connected living experience to postpaid users and will once again challenge the industry status quo by offering the lowest tariffs in India and abroad to the postpaid users, who end up paying disproportionately higher as compared to the prepaid segment.”

Jio Postpaid Offer

Now if we talk about the Jio’s ISD and international roaming plans then we can that its cheaper than other networks because it is offering International calling (ISD) starts at Rs. 0.50 per minute to USA and Canada, and go up to Rs. 2 per minute to Bangladesh, China, France, Italy, New Zealand, Singapore, and United Kingdom; Rs. 3 per minute to Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Turkey; Rs. 4 per minute to Australia, Bahrain, Pakistan, and Thailand; Rs. 5 per minute to Germany, Ireland, Japan, Kuwait, Russia, and Vietnam, and finally, Rs. 6 per minute to Israel, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, UAE, and Uzbekistan.