Reliance Communication offers unlimited calls, data with Rs 299 rental plan


The postpaid plans that fall under this offer are: Rs 699, Rs 499, and Rs 299 which will now be available for Rs 499, Rs 399, and Rs 249 respectively. Of Course, which is a monthly rental plan which confirms that it offers Unlimited calls and Data for one month starting at a cost of Rs.299.

The company announced the all-new rental plan in a tweet on Wednesday. Vodafone Rs 346 plan Soon after Jio and Airtel started the tariff war, Vodafone joined in with Rs 346 recharge plan that provides 1GB 4G data per day, bundled calls to any network (300 free minutes per day, 1,200 per week) with 56-day validity. RCom in a tweet said, "Reliance Mobile introduces the lowest rates ever!"

Anil Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Communications. RCom users can go to to avail the offer.

Let me tell you that RCom, led by Anil Ambani, is struggling because of the tough challenge he gets from other domestic companies.

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With a string of discounts being put forth by telecom companies recently, Reliance Communications (RCom) has jumped in with its latest offering.

Also with a JioMedia share device, Jio broadband offer will come and a smart set top box, routers and power line communication media in a bid to promote additional Jio services. However, there is still no word on the validity period, daily FUP limits for data and other details regarding the supported voice calls (local or STD or both). As per reports by NDTV Gadgets, the newly launched Rs 399 plan offers users with 1GB data per day for 84 days. Vodafone's First Recharge Coupon (FRC) plan at Rs 244 offers 70 GB data for customers at 1GB data per day, unlimited local and STD calls within Vodafone network.

At present, Dhan Dhan is being offered by Reliance Jio for Rs 399. RCom, earlier this year, received 99.99 percent shareholders' approval for merger of its wireless business with Aircel.

A picture posted on Reddit last month showing us a glimpse of what the JioFiber might look like.