Another name of telecom offers is Jio
The advent of digital wallets had marked a new and even more convenient transaction options for users. And since Jio has been pushing for a Digital India, this digital remonetization of the country is completely in line with their agenda.
While Jio launched its own digital wallet within their app ecosystem, it has tied up with other popular digital wallets as well to give their customers multiple payment options.
Jio users can now use Paytm and Mobikwik e-wallets to pay for their Prime plan. The e-wallets have offers of their own.
Mobikwik is offering a one-time Prime membership at ₹79 instead of the original ₹99 and it is also offering cashback of up to ₹150 with its Supercash scheme.
Paytm is offering goodies in the form of cashback worth ₹381 for performing Jio transaction on its platform. These gifts offer ₹30 cashback on two recharges, ₹150 off on movie tickets and a free add-on voucher.
The postpaid offer too have many such hidden terms and conditions like the prepaid ones that need to be highlighted.
Jio itself too is giving out lucrative offers for customers to get the Jio Prime membership. All you have to do is set the payment option as JioMoney when paying for your Prime membership and you will get a coupon for Rs.50 which can be redeemed later even to pay for Jio services. This offer is extended to any Jio plan recharge via JioMoney.
Jio has sent shockwaves throughout the industry with its Prime Membership and affordable plans and has escalated the tariff war to another level since all the other networks have already tapped into these digital wallets and now even Jio has made it’s paid services extremely accessible to people. Everyone is now gearing up for 31st March since All telcos are offering multiple plans to prepaid users to combat Jio's Prime membership which will be active from 31st March.