Jio offers cashback, vouchers worth Rs 2599 on recharge of Rs 399

Jio offers cashback, vouchers worth Rs 2599 on recharge of Rs 399

Jio offers cashback, vouchers worth Rs 2599 on recharge of Rs 399

Reliance Jio will start offering cashback and benefits totalling Rs2,599 from Friday to its Jio Prime members opting for recharge of Rs399 and above, channel partners of the company claimed on Thursday. The limited period cashback offer will go live from November 10, midnight and will be available until November 25. In order to stand out in the crowd, Reliance Jio has a new bundle of offers, which include cashbacks and vouchers, as an added benefit to those who recharge their Jio numbers.

Jio Prime members who recharge with Rs 399 or above will receive Rs 400 cashback voucher.

The telecom operator is also partnering with e-commerce players to offer vouchers of up to Rs 1,899 on 'every recharge'. Axis Pay, Amazon Pay and PhonePe offer Rs 100, Rs 99 and Rs 75 towards cashbacks, respectively.

The user does a recharge of Rs. 399/- or more through the MyJio App or at the Jio store.

The cashback will be in credited in vouchers and not in cash. Exisiting uses will be paid instant cashbacks of Rs 149, 35, Rs 20, Rs 15 and Rs 0 for these wallets respectively. While, the Diwali offer was applicable only for the Rs 399 recharge pack, the new offers of the Prime customers will provided cash back on all recharges of Rs 399 and above.

Similarly, these customers can get a discount of Rs 1000 on all round trip domestic flight tickets booked through and a discount of Rs 500 on one way tickets. Finally, shopping at entitles the customers to an instant discount of Rs. 500 on a minimum purchase worth Rs. 1,999 and above. These E-commerce vouchers will be available from 20th November.

Amid growing competition in the telecom sector, Bharti Airtel, the country's largest telecom company is coming up with new offers everyday.Meanwhile the latest entrant Reliance Jio's free voice calls and aggressively priced high-speed mobile data has forced other companies to match their offers.

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