Most exciting offer from Reliance Jio! High-speed data will be available without paying, know about loan offers

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New Delhi
Giving a new gift to its customers, on Saturday, launched the Emergency Data Loan facility. Mukesh Ambani-led Jio has given the facility of Recharge now Pay Later to its customers. With the new offer, Jio users will be able to take an instant data loan and repay the money later. The company is always trying to provide high-speed data experience to Jio users with emergency data loan facility.

What is Emergency Data Loan facility?
With Emergency Data Loan, customers get the facility of Recharge Now and Pay Later i.e. after recharging for a certain period of time. This facility will be especially useful for those who are not able to recharge immediately after exhausting the high-speed daily data quota available every day. With the new offer, Jio prepaid users can avail packs of up to 1GB as emergency data loan up to 5 times. The cost of 1 GB pack is Rs 11.

How to take Emergency Data Loan
First of all go to Myjio app and click on the menu given in the top left of the page now select Emergency Data Loan visible in Mobile Services then click on Proceed button appearing on Emergency Data Loan banner and select Get Emergency Data option Just click on Activate Now for emergency loan benefit, now you can take advantage of your emergency data loan, let us tell you that the company had launched a new annual prepaid plan for its customers only last month, which costs Rs 3,499. This is the most expensive plan of Jio in which 3 GB data is available every day. After exhausting the data received every day, the speed remains 64Kbps. In this annual plan of Jio, a total of 1095 GB high-speed data is available according to the validity of 365 days. Apart from this, features like 100 SMS per day, unlimited voice calls and free subscription to Jio apps are also available. Apart from this, the company also launched the new Affordable 4G JioPhone Next at Reliance’s 44th AGM held last month. This phone has been made in partnership with Google.

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[Attribution to NBT]

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