JIO 1559 Recharge (Doubt)

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Im planning on doing 1559 recharge for my Mobile number.

1. I have wifi in all the places i frequently visit and daily data consumption is only towards UPI Payments.
2. Does the above plan work only with JIOphones or also the normal Mobilephones (Iphone/Android)
3. is 5G offer applicable even with this?

as the Telecom operatiors are considering increasing rates, im lookinf for long validity recharge.

Please let me know if u are using/know abt above plan.

thanks

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How is the Jio network compared to Airtel, Vodafone?

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'stress test' can only really happen during events like 9/11, 26/11 (Bombay) or large scale calamities.

Like even Airforce One faced communication snags during 911 (world trade centre).

If congestion is there in an area or sudden surge in customers (like in a stadium) then issues are faced.

Jio has started thinking of proper rural reach, whereas others already have infrastructure in rural places too.

Call quality of Jio is comparable to others. Or the other way of saying is that, voice call quality on VI, Airtel are no less than Jio.
Data use is literally locality specific. So no generic answers for it.
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don't know for jio phone, but 5g is offer is applicable

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I am now typing having jio sim with the same plan using free 5G on iphone14. 
som how 5g does not work nice on my Samsung M34 5g but works great on iphone14

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Wow thanks. will go ahead with recharge. thanks
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            ₹395 plan averages ₹4.70 per day.

₹ 1559 plan averages ₹4.64 per day.

But using miserly (𝘤𝘩𝘪𝘯𝘥𝘪) offers, one can easily get at-least ₹10-₹20 off or 5% cashback on the ₹395 plan.

Long validity recharges are cheapest in MTNL/ BSNL or rather BSNL now, as MTNL revised tariffs and scrapped the pure validity only recharges.

I mean I am assuming, that UPI would work fine on 4G/3G too.

Unconfirmed rumours/ unconfirmed reports claim that the unlimited complimentary 5G offers may not be showing on some of the new recharges done in mid-June 2024.

But otherwise, the 1559₹ plan is definitely eligible for the complimentary 5G offer.

Jip phone plans are for ₹123 per 28 days or for ₹1234 per 365 days.. in so far as I know.

₹1559 is not a jiophone only recharge and is eligible for the freebies that come with smartphone recharges.
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Problem is "Jio my primary sim"
and 1559 plan can be bought at 1410 (Twid pay VISA offer+ super coins) @ 1410
so cost per day is 3.86 per day

Considering the previous telecom rise in rates im expecting 20% increase at once so this seems to be better offer for next 1 year.
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One more query with 1 year plan 1 year 5g plan also gets queued?

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They are giving two vouchers one with 23 days validity and another with 336 days validity as 1559 plan .can vanish at any time.all we have to do is just put Ambani in good mood life long..

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How is the Jio network compared to Airtel, Vodafone?

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'stress test' can only really happen during events like 9/11, 26/11 (Bombay) or large scale calamities.

Like even Airforce One faced communication snags during 911 (world trade centre).

If congestion is there in an area or sudden surge in customers (like in a stadium) then issues are faced.

Jio has started thinking of proper rural reach, whereas others already have infrastructure in rural places too.

Call quality of Jio is comparable to others. Or the other way of saying is that, voice call quality on VI, Airtel are no less than Jio.
Data use is literally locality specific. So no generic answers for it.
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1559 plan not showing in any app pensive

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