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Jio offers 100GB of additional data to Oppo phone users

14 November 2017, 01:25 | Justin Tyler

Jio Special Offer of 100GB Extra Data for Oppo Smartphone Users

Oppo partners with Reliance Jio to offer up to 100GB of additional 4G data

In order to give a tough competition to Reliance Jio, Vodafone has launched two new plans for its prepaid users. "T&C", Bharti Airtel notes on its website. For Rs. 1,999, prepaid users get 125GB mobile data along with unlimited voice, roaming and SMS benefits for a period of 180 days. In these plans (except Rs 399 plan) Airtel offers unlimited voice calls, including outgoing calls during national roaming.

Celebrating the release of Oppo flagship device F5, the Chinese company and its partner Reliance Jio have announced to provide the users with an additional data of 100GB over the multiple recharges of Rs 309 recharge of 4G data. The plan will be valid for the period of 70 days. Secondly, there is no cap on daily or monthly usage so you can use as much internet as you want on a daily basis. Users have the daily FUP limit of 1GB. Most users fail to consume 1GB of data on their smartphone. The package also comes with unlimited calls and 100 texts per day.

According to the new offer, customers who purchase a new Oppo handset and recharge with a denomination of Rs. 309 or above will get additional 4G data up to 100GB (up to 10 recharges).

Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular have similar tariffs, but they last just a month, which makes Jio's offers hard to turn down.


Out of all the Oppo phone models, F5, F3, F3 Plus, and F1 Plus users will get 10GB of additional data on every recharge of Rs 309 and above.

Similar to Airtel's plan, the Reliance Jio's Rs 4,999 plan won't have any upper limit on a daily basis and can access the 350GB data at any given instance. The telecom operator has launched Rs 458 and Rs 509 plans.

These Airtel combo offers come with data rollover benefits, which means if you recharge with the same amount before the expiration of your previous recharge, your remaining data by the end of the previous plan will be carried forward to the next period.



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