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Reliance Jio Offers JioPhone Users 300 Minutes Free Outgoing Calls per Month

Reliance Jio has announced 300 minutes of free outgoing calls per month as well as buy-one-get-one with every JioPhone plan

Reliance Jio has announced new offers in bid to make sure that its customers are connected during the pandemic. “JioPhone was launched with the mission to provide a digital life to every indian. In these unprecedented times of the Covid pandemic, we at Reliance Jio want to ensure that staying connected remains accessible and affordable for all customers, especially the less-privileged sections of our society,” said the company in a statement.

Two Initiatives Announced by Reliance Jio for JioPhone Users for the Pandemic Period

Reliance Jio working with Reliance Foundation will provide 300 free minutes of outgoing calls per month (10 minutes per day) for the entire period of the pandemic, to JioPhone users who have not been able to recharge due to the ongoing pandemic.

Additionally, to further enhance affordability, for every JioPhone plan recharged by JioPhone user, they will get an additional recharge plan of the same value for free. For example, a JioPhone user recharging with Rs 75 plan, will get an additional Rs 75 plan absolutely free. However, this offer is not applicable on annual or JioPhone device bundled plans.

“Reliance is committed to standing with every Indian during these challenging times, and will continue to make every effort to enable our fellow citizens to overcome the difficulties created by the pandemic,” added the company. Reliance has announced several initiatives to fight the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

Recently, Reliance Foundation established COVID-19 care hospital in two weeks and has now ramped up the number of beds from 100 to 2,325 beds spread across Maharashtra and Gujarat including intensive and special care, treatment and isolation facilities. Also, Reliance is providing over 1,000 MT of medical grade liquid oxygen across the country which is about 11% of India’s production or nearly 1 in 10 patients requiring oxygen is being supported by the company.

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