Reliance Jio Extends Incoming Calls Validity for its Customers

Reliance Jio planned to extend the incoming call validity for all its users to support them during the coronavirus lockdown until May 3. Other Telecom operators also planned to support its customers amid COVID- 19 LockDown.Reliance Jio after BSNL extended incoming calls validity for all its subscribers until May 5. Airtel and Vodafone Idea announced the validity extensions of their low-income subscribers. The prepaid accounts without visiting any stores and while staying at home.
 

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Updated: Apr 20, 2020 13:37 IST

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Reliance Jio - Validity- Extends Till May 3rd

Reliance Jio decided to extend the incoming call validity for all its users to support them amid the coronavirus lockdown until May 3

Reliance Jio subscribers to receive incoming calls during the lockdown. The extension will notably not be limited to a certain group of people and will be provided to all customers. Airtel and Vodafone Idea are offering extended incoming calls validity specifically for their low-income subscribers. They introduced the Jio Associate program claimed to incentivize users who recharge prepaid accounts of their friends, family, or acquaintances, who aren't able to recharge using a digital channel and can't go to a physical outlet during the lockdown. The program is accessible through the JioPOS Lite app.

BSNL
BSNL extended incoming calls validity for all its subscribers whose prepaid packs have expired during the lockdown and are having almost zero balance. The state-owned operator has extended the validity to May 5.

Airtel and Vodafone Idea
Airtel and Vodafone Idea also have similar initiatives to offer benefits to users recharging other customers. Airtel is calling its program “Earn From Home,” under which it is offering an outright cut of four percent in recharge amount. In contrast, Vodafone has the #RechargeforGood program to provide up to six percent cashback on recharges done for other subscribers. Airtel is particularly offering incoming calls to over 30 million low-income subscribers on the basis of average revenue per user (ARPU). Vodafone Idea is providing the extension to over 90 million customers who are using a feature phone.
 

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