Reliance Jio to Extend Preview Offer to Enterprise Users with Pre-Activated SIM Cards

Reliance Jio 4G SIM card is one thing that everyone wants right now. The craze has not left the corporate houses, we can say.

Enterprise Users to Get Pre-Activated Reliance Jio SIM Cards

Reliance will be announcing the commercial availability of the Jio SIM card and its services at the Annual General Meeting on September 1. While it is prepping for this, the company is also in plans to extend the service to the enterprise users.

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As per the recent reports, the Corporate houses that have ties with PIB (Press Information Bureau) will get the Enterprise Plans of the Jio SIM card. This means, the company will offer the enterprise plans to the big media houses in India.

Enterprise Users to Get Pre-Activated Reliance Jio SIM Cards

Reliance has claimed that after the first enterprise phase is over, it will also add a few small media houses in the coming days. However, there is no clarity on the type of companies that the telecom giant will approach.

The interesting thing about this is that the Jio SIM card will be pre-registered and the same will be more advantageous to the users. Some stores have stopped issuing the Reliance Jio SIM cards as many are facing issues with the card activation. The stores that are not facing the bandwidth problem are alone issuing the SIM cards still.

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The enterprise users need not wait in long queues before the Reliance Digital and Xpress Mini stores to get their hands on a Jio SIM card. Also, they don't have to face the activation procedure that reportedly takes over a week.

Enterprise Users to Get Pre-Activated Reliance Jio SIM Cards

The corporate Jio SIM cards will be pre-activated along with the complementary access to the free and unlimited 4G data, calls and SMS and JIO apps. The enterprise users have to just insert their SIM into a 4G enabled smartphone. Also, these SIM cards will arrive in a blue color pack instead of orange. The discounts and offers for the enterprise users are entitled to changes.

Here, you will get to see the tariffs of Reliance Jio and Airtel 4G getting compared.

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Reliance Tariff Plans Are Far Better

The leaked image suggest that Reliance Jio's plans will be starting from Rs. 50 and that offers 10GB of 4G data for 1 month, which is really insane. When compared to Airtel, the company offers 1GB of 3G/4G data for Rs. 259. On the other hand, Vodafone offers 1GB of 3G data for Rs. 252, which will also steal your pockets.

Bharti Airtel's 1 Year 4G Plan

Recently, Airtel announced a new offer after the TRAI's regulation lift over the one-year data recharge scheme. Users with Airtel Prepaid can recharge with Rs 1,498 upfront and enjoy 1GB of 4G data for only Rs. 51 from there on, which is a decent offer, but doesn't inspire confidence.

Reliance Jio Offer Monthly Data Up to 60GB Per Month

This is a huge deal for many people. The leaked image shows that when recharging with Rs. 400 on the Reliance Jio, you'll receive 60GB of 4G date for a period of 30 days.

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Airtel Offers Maximum of 20GB Per Month

Well, the major contender, Airtel offers a maximum of 20GB data per month and costs as much as Rs. 1,989. That said, Reliance is the clear winner in this segment.

You Won't Get Voice Calls and SMS Plans With Airtel and Vodafone

This point is also worth considering. With the Reliance Jio, you will get complete month package including the voice calls and SMS. However, that isn't the case with Airtel and Vodafone as you need to pay for voice calls and SMS separately.


This is very easy. Reliance Jio has been the clear winner in this segment. The Mukesh Ambani-led company's Jio will reportedly launch on September 1, which is not too far away. So, if the plans were to be believed true, Reliance will outsmart Airtel and Vodafone in every aspect.

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