Reliance Communication offers unlimited calls, data with Rs 299 rental plan

RCom Launches Unlimited Calls Data

Reliance Mobiles, from its official Twitter handle posted a tweet that read, "Reliance Mobile introduces the lowest rates ever!"

Reliance Jio broadband service JioFiber has been rolled out in Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Jamnagar, Delhi-NCR, Surat and Vadodara for available under its JioFiber Preview offer, the Reliance Jio has officially announced.

As per reports by NDTV Gadgets, the new plan offers unlimited texts, calls, and data to all its subscribers. Moreover, there is no exact information about the new monthly rental plan. The company is led by Anil Ambani and recently reported a loss of Rs 948 crore for the Q4, 2017, mainly due to the free calls and data provided by Jio.

Airtel's Rs 399 plan offers free local and STD calls which matches Jio's free and voice calls feature. Users can get a 4G SIM card with 1GB data per day limit at Rs 500 per month rental in this scheme.

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Reliance Communications (RCom) announced an all-new Rs 299 rental plan for its users on Wednesday. Additionally, customers can also get a Wi-Fi dongle "Wi-Pod" worth Rs 3,200 under the bundled offer for free. Under the new offer users can avail 1GB 4G data per day for a year.

Coming to Vodafone, the company has a Rs 445 plan for students, which comes with 84 days of validity, along with discounts for Ola, Zomato, etc. Those without 4G phones, the same plan offers 2GB of data with unlimited local and STD calls over 35 days. Telecom operators like Airtel, Idea, Vodafone, BSNL, and more are at loggerheads to provide the most affordable data tariffs.

There is also a "Rozana offer" run by the company that offers 1GB data per day along with 30 minutes of talktime per day to any network at Rs 193. RCom, earlier this year, received 99.99 percent shareholders' approval for merger of its wireless business with Aircel. Plans offering 1GB data per month have made way for those offering 1GB data per day.

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