Reliance Jio has completed 2 years in the last week. On the occasion of the Second Anniversary, Jio gave customers many rewards. As the company first gave complimentary 2GB data per day for five days, and also offering buyers of Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate 1GB of data at no cost. Now the company is giving a cashback of Rs. 50 on the Recharge of 300 rupees or more through PhonePe. Using Rs. 50 instant discount vouchers that all Jio subscribers already have the Recharge pack price comes down cheaper by up to 100 rupees.
Be aware that this cashback offer is valid for once, this offer will expire on September 21. You will get the benefit of this offer only if you recharge 300 or more through PhonePe. If the users want to recharge BHIM via UPI also, the transaction should be through phone pay. PhonePe App offers debit, credit card, net banking and wallet for payment. You can also take advantage of this offer when you recharge the MyJio app and the company’s official website: www.jio.com.
The cheapest recharge pack of Rs. 349 is above 300 rupees and recharge pack costs go up to Rs. 9,999. Within 24 hours of the transaction, the PhonePe user will get a gift voucher for 50 rupees. Cashback can be used on recharge, bill, PhonePe partner store. If the user’s PhonePe Wallet limit has expired, then the cashback credit will be made on the first day of the next month. According to the conditions, if the transaction is not successful and the money is cut, in such a situation, let’s know what will happen. If you get a phone voucher after the payment of money, then 50 rupees will be deducted from your amount.
In the past two years, Jio has enjoyed the successful performance in the highly competitive telecom sector of the country. Its user base has been more than 200 million, and it claims to be responsible for most data traffic consumption in the country. The company has definitely made voice calls practically free and mobile data made ultra economical and forced the competing telecommunications operators to do this. After the launch of its telecommunications operations, the company has demanded the sale of smartphone, 4G feature phones, and is working towards the public rollout of its high-speed broadband service.