Reliance Jio Celebration Pack is back: Here’s how to get 2GB daily data extra

Reliance Jio Celebration Pack is back: Here’s how to get 2GB daily data extra

NEW DELHI: Reliance Jio has reintroduced Jio Celebration Pack. As part of this, users will get additional 10GB 4G data with a cap of 2GB per day for a period of 5 days. Notably, Reliance Jio users will get 2GB per day 4G data over and above the existing plan that they have.


If you want to check whether you have also got the extra data part of Jio Celebration Pack, follow these steps:

1. Open the MyJio app

2. Login using your Jio number

3. Enter One-Time Password (OTP) in the app for authentication

4. Tap on the three horizontal lines icon on the top left corner

5. Tap on My Plans

6. Look for Jio Celebration Pack, which should be placed below your ‘Current Plan’

Alternatively, you can also call 1299 toll-free number to confirm via SMS, if you have received Jio Celebration data add-on pack. Readers must note that the Jio Celebrations Pack was announced back in September on the occasion of Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Jio’s second anniversary in the Indian telecom sector.

Recently, a report by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) that Reliance Jio was the fastest telecom network in February, after registering average download speed of 20.9 megabit per second on its network. Performance of Bharti Airtel and Vodafone remained almost flat at 9.4 mbps and 6.7 mbps compared to their performance in January, the data published by the TRAI claimed.

The average speed is computed by TRAI based on data it collects with help of its MySpeed application on a real-time basis. The average download speed on Idea’s network improved to 5.7 mbps in February from 5.5 mbps in January.

Though Vodafone and Idea Cellular have merged their businesses and now operate as single entity Vodafone Idea, TRAI published their network performances separately. Vodafone was at the top in terms of the average upload speed. Its network registered an upload speed of 6 mbps in February from 5.4 mbps in January.


Source:- gadgetsnow


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