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Jio Happy New Year offer: Free Jio services until March 31, 2017

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Reliance Jiojio happy new year offer: Free Jio services until March 31, 2017 Chairman Mukesh Ambani reported another Jio Happy New Year offer for clients on Thursday, broadening the advantages of the first Welcome Offer which gives Reliance Jio clients unlimited voice calling, instant messages and data for zero cost. The Reliance Jio Happy New Year offer will be free for all clients till March 31, 2017.

Apart from all this, there is a change in the usage in this offer, Upto now in the Welcome offer user can use top speed data upto 4GB per day but in the new offer user can only use 1GB full speed data.

“Starting 4 December 2016, every new Jio user will get Jio’s Data, Voice, Video and the full bouquet of Jio applications absolutely free, till 31 March 2017. We are calling this the “Jio Happy New Year Offer”. All existing Jio customers will get extended benefits of Jio Happy New Year offer till 31 March 2017 on current SIMs. 80% of Jio users consume less than 1 GB of data daily. 1 GB per day is 30 times the average usage on other networks”, Mukesh Ambani Said.
Ambani said “In the first three months, Jio has grown faster than facebook, WhatsApp, Skype. It has crossed 50 million users. Jio is now fastest growing tech firm. Jio is a data strong network built for internet from the ground up.”

“We Launched welcome offer to iron out deficiencies. We received a lot of feedback and we have been listening. Working to implement them. Jio is better today than when we started. Thanks to the government of India we were able to fast track launch. Today, Jio has successfully rolled out eKYC (know your customer) across 2 lakh outlets in India.”

Ambani said,” I would like to congratulate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s bold and historic decision to demonetize old currency. By doing this, our PM Modi has given the strongest push to growth of digitally-enabled, optimal-cash economy in India.

He added, “call block rates have come down from over 90 percent to nearly 20 percent yesterday, and we are working with all operators to bring this to within the limit of 0.2 percent.”

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