The telecom firm owned by Mukesh Ambani will give its Prime members, 100% cash back on every Jio tariff plan recharge of Rs 399 or above. The offer will be available for all Jio Prime subscribers starting November 10 and will last till November 25.
The telco also announced that it has partnered with some of the leading e-commerce players in order to bring vouchers of worth Rs 1,899 on every recharge.
Under the new Jio cash back offer, new Jio users who purchase recharge plan of Rs 399 and above from the brand's application and website will get a cashback of Rs 400 in the form of eight vouchers of Rs 50. Additionally, Reliance Jio has also partnered with some e-commerce sites to provide vouchers of up to Rs. 1899 on every recharge. The previous offer launched during Diwali was limited only to the Rs 399 pack, where the latest triple cashback offer extends to other packs above it too.
Reliance Jio started a revolution in the Indian telecom industry, and the change has been embraced by incumbents as they offer attractive bundles.
The user does a recharge of Rs. 399/- or more through the MyJio App or at the Jio store. Jio's recharge cash back vouchers of Rs 50 will be available for redemption from November 15th.
Once the recharge is successful, the user will receive 8 vouchers of Rs. 50/- each, totaling Rs. 400/- in their Jio account.
Similarly, these customers can get a discount of Rs 1000 on all round trip domestic flight tickets booked through yatra.com and a discount of Rs 500 on one way tickets.
Shopping at reliancetrends.com with the Reliance Trends vouchers will fetch an instant discount of Rs 500/- on purchases worth Rs 1,999/- and above. Those vouchers will be credited instantly, and customers can redeem them from November 15, 2017.
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