As for non-Prime members or new SIM card owners, you will also be able to avail the three-month unlimited data services via similar recharge packs but a little extra.
After cancelling the Jio Summer Surprise offer due to a TRAI order, Reliance Jio has launched the Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan offer that provides three months of usage with a one-time payment.
Jio was earlier offering 100 GB valid for 3 months on all plan subscription above Rs. 999, but according to this report, the company is expected to withdraw these plans and replace them with unlimited data plans carrying a daily limit of either 1 GB/day or 2 GB/day. The scheme comes in Rs 309 recharge - an increase of measly Rs 6 from its Summer Surprise offer - and Rs 509 recharge. The Summer Surprise offer was available to users who had signed up for the Jio Prime service ( a Rs 99 fee) and had signed up for the Rs 301 voice and data package.
The new offer, named Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan, asks customers to recharge their Jio number with this new tariff plan of Rs 309 wherein the company offers a 3 month validity.
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Summer Surprise was Jio's paid offer from April 1 onwards but it failed to qualify as a paid plan that offered three months of free data (voice life-time free) after recharging for just a month. Keeping the promise, Jio has today revealed the "Dhan Dhana Dhan" offer on its website.
On Monday, April 10, Vodafone registered a complaint against Jio with the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), stating that Reliance Jio is violating TRAI's norms by continuing to lure customers with the Summer Surprise offer. This will include the 99 INR for Prime membership and 309 INR for the new offer. 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.
Finally, the existing Jio users who haven't enrolled for Jio Prime yet will pay slightly lower than new customers to avail the Dhan Dhana Dhan offer.