Can I queue rs 179 plans for 1 year? Cuz my whole family's phones are 4g

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Will the plans queued last or will they be removed? Please suggest your experience 🙏

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JIO offers 1GB/day for 24 days at 179. If you're talking about this one, then here are a few suggestions.

1. 1GB/day plans are expensive. If you do the math, this plan costs 626 for 84 days. Then why not just go for 666 which gives 1.5GB/day for 84 days unless you're usage is really really low.

2. If you decide to go for 666, then you can save a little more if you opt for the annual plan at 2,545, for 336 days.

3. And if you need more data at just a little more cost, then 2999 for 2.5GB/day for 365 days is absolute bang on.

Also, instead of queuing up recharges, buy vouchers of the same recharge from MyJio app. Then you have the added flexibility of either recharging it to your own account or someone else's, or even transfer the voucher to someone else too. And these vouchers don't ever expire.

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Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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Yes you can que 10 recharges .

Wingman Wingman
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In airtel you can upto 8 recharges

Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
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Do all the 8 recharges need to be of same denominations or there's some flexibility ? 
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JIO offers 1GB/day for 24 days at 179. If you're talking about this one, then here are a few suggestions.

1. 1GB/day plans are expensive. If you do the math, this plan costs 626 for 84 days. Then why not just go for 666 which gives 1.5GB/day for 84 days unless you're usage is really really low.

2. If you decide to go for 666, then you can save a little more if you opt for the annual plan at 2,545, for 336 days.

3. And if you need more data at just a little more cost, then 2999 for 2.5GB/day for 365 days is absolute bang on.

Also, instead of queuing up recharges, buy vouchers of the same recharge from MyJio app. Then you have the added flexibility of either recharging it to your own account or someone else's, or even transfer the voucher to someone else too. And these vouchers don't ever expire.

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Probably 179 Rs plan doesn't cost him that much, he might be using a flat discount method which has upper cap and can't be used for higher value recharges.

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Benevolent Benevolent
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port to bsnl.

Deal Newbie Deal Newbie
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Whats the benefit? In jio, even if you do not recharge, incoming still happens. Also, Jio has better connectivity and network speed than bsnl
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Deal Newbie Deal Newbie
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Sorry what is queueing in this phone recharge case? And I have airtel 4g phone, how to use this queuing? Can someone help please with example?

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@MasterChief Queueing up recharges means that if you recharge your number while your current plan hasn't expired, then the new plan gets queued up and gets activated only when the current plan expires. Now this works differently in JIO and Airtel.

For eg - Lets assume you're on a 84 day plan, and then decides to recharge with the same plan again when 4 days are left. In JIO, you can see the new recharge plan separately listed in the app but in Airtel, it'll be just one plan listed, with validity of 88 days now (4+84 days). While in JIO, you can do multiple recharges with different amounts and they all will get stacked up but in Airtel, things are not so clear since sometimes the validity does not extend even after recharging with the same plan. It needs to be an unlimited plan, and of the same amount for the validity to be extended. Since you're using Airtel, I would suggest you to instead recharge with the annual plan to avoid the hassle of doing multiple recharges and risking getting them queued up.

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