Reliance Jio has made free calls to all networks since January 1st. That means, now Geo users can also take unlimited calling to Airtel, Vodafone-Idea and BSNL numbers. However, the company has since removed the data from its top-up vouchers. Customers can view these vouchers by visiting the company’s website in the top-up section.
What a change
Reliance Jio offers 6 top-up vouchers worth Rs 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 to its customers. In fact, as of December 31, 2020, these vouchers received 1GB, 2GB, 5GB, 10GB, 50GB and 100GB of data with talktime, respectively. The company has now completed this information. These plans will now only give talk time that was previously available.
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Speaking of talktime, 10 vouchers have Rs 7.47, 20 vouchers Rs 14.95, 50 vouchers Rs 39.37, 100 vouchers Rs 81.75, 500 vouchers Rs 420.73, and Rs 1,000 vouchers. It is getting talktime of Rs 844.46. So let’s find out why Geo took this step.
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Why get rid of free data
In fact, since the implementation of IUC (Charge for Interconnection Use), Geo users have had to pay a charge for making calls to other networks. For this, customers were given a few lifetime minutes on each recharge. After these minutes are over, customers can recharge the top spot of their choice. Geo said customers will get 1GB of extra data for each top-up of Rs 10 spent. Since unlimited calling is available on all networks, Geo users are not afraid to end up with non-Geo minutes or need their top-up vouchers when planning.