Reliance Jio Launches Work From Home 2GB/Day Data Plan at Rs 251
Reliance Jio is offering unique plans to its users.
Reliance Jio is offering unique plans to its users.(Photo: The Quint)

Reliance Jio Launches Work From Home 2GB/Day Data Plan at Rs 251

With broadband internet consumption increasing at home, most people are relying on their mobile network to compensate for the erratic wired internet speed.

While most telcos have managed to keep their network at optimum quality, only few like Jio and BSNL have come forward with special offerings for the users who’re working from home.

Jio has launched a new work from home plan which offers up to 2GB data per day for over 51 days and you can get this plan for Rs 251 through the MyJio app. Many ISPs have reported over 100 percent usage increase, and if you’re facing issues with the wired internet, this latest plan from Jio is worth going for.

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You can get this plan by following the basic recharge process which is only available through the mobile app.

(Photo: MyJio screen grab)

The plan doesn’t get any voice call benefits and you get high speed data up to 2GB per day, after that speed comes down to 64kbps.

(Photo: MyJio screen grab)

The plan is likely to be available for a limited period of time, but at least till 14 April (India put on lockdown), people might find it appealing.

Jio is also catering to broadband needs with a unique basic plan of 10Mbps which can
be availed by people who live in areas where JioFiber is operational. This is a free of cost plan from the company.

Also Read : JioFiber Brings 10Mbps Internet Plan for Free But There’s a Catch

We’re hopeful that other telcos like Airtel, Vodafone Idea will follow suit and cater to the needs of its internet users.

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