Reliance Jio connection which is now revolutionizing the Indian digital world will start charging for their services from April 01, 2017, but will continue providing mind-blowing offers for customers who sign up to with service under its prime offer before #March 31, 2017.

On February 21, 2017, Mukesh Ambani, the Chairman and Managing Director of the Reliance Industries told the new network service provider had reached a customer base of 100 million within 170 days of its launch.

Enroll in Prime offer from March 01 - 31, and enjoy the free offers

Existing Jio customers can enroll into the Prime offer from March 01 - March 31, 2017.

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As a customer gets enrolled under the prime offer, it will extend his or her unlimited benefits until March 31, 2018. To avail the prime offer, customers need to pay a one-time fee of Rs 99.

After announcing the prime offer, Mukesh Ambani told that "unlimited mazaa continue hoyinga". The business magnet also added that the Jio Prime offer comes at an introductory price of just Rs 303. The Reliance Managing director also made it clear that media services under prime offer will be absolutely free until March 2018.

India emerging as the world's largest data consumer

As per Mukesh Ambani, Jio customers are using more than 100 Crore GB data per month, which makes India the largest data consumer in the world. Ambani also assured that Jio will double its data capacity in the next month, and will also expand the network coverage.

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Mukesh also added that by the end of 2017, Jio network coverage would be available in all cities, towns, and villages, thus making it accessible to 99 percentage of the Indian population.

Jio was introduced in the Indian market on September 05, 2016, and from then, it literally created revolutions in the Indian digital arena. Due to its free service, many people canceled their previous cellular connections to avail Jio, and this compelled companies like Airtel to approach Telecom Regulatory Authority of India accusing Jio for offering predatory pricing.