Reliance Jio’s new recharge plans for voice calls: What you want to know


NEW DELHI : As introduced by the telecom operator this week, Reliance Jio cell phone prospects want to purchase IUC top-up vouchers to make outgoing voice calls to any non-Jio cell quantity like that of Airtel and Vodafone Concept.

Not like earlier than, Jio has now began charging customers for making voice calls to any non-Jio cell quantity. Each pay as you go and postpaid prospects of Jio should pay 6 paise per minute for making outgoing calls to any non-Jio cell quantity.

Jio’s new recharge plan

All pay as you go prospects of Jio will be unable to make calls to numbers of different cell operators until the time they purchase an ICU top-up voucher. Though Jio has not modified any current recharge plan, you have to to purchase these vouchers.

Jio’s recharge voucher for making voice calls start from 10 and go as much as 100. You should buy any one in every of them relying in your requirement. Additionally understand that you get free 1 GB information with every 10 voucher.

The 10 voucher provides you 124 minutes of non-Jio talktime whereas the 100 voucher will get you 1,362 minutes of talktime. The 100 voucher additionally provides you 10 GB free information.

Postpaid customers may also get free 1 GB information for each 10 they spend on IUC costs.

These top-ups, which don’t include any expiry date, will stay legitimate until the time you devour the talktime.

Will all Jio prospects need to pay

Jio prospects who recharged on or earlier than October 9 can be exempt from voice name costs until the time their recharge plan expires.

Moreover, all Jio to Jio calls and Jio to any landline calls will stay free. For those who wish to name somebody from different community with out having to pay any IUC costs, you need to use WhatsApp and different calling apps which use web.

Jio has additionally promised that the costs will stay in power solely until the time TRAI makes IUC zero.

What’s IUC

Once you make an outgoing name, your operator has to pay a charge to the opposite operator. Often known as Interconnect Utilization Cost (IUC), it’s fastened by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). At current, IUC is fastened at 6 paise a minute.

To date, Jio was bearing this price by itself however now it has determined to move on the associated fee to its prospects.

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