Jio Effect: RCom Introduces Rs. 299 Rental Plan With Unlimited Calls, Data

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Jio Effect: RCom Introduces Rs. 299 Rental Plan With Unlimited Calls, Data

Highlights

  • The new Rs. 299 plan is now available for eligible RCom subscribers
  • The new plan offers unlimited texts, calls, and data
  • Move can be seen as a way to counter Jio

Keeping up with the current trend of offers galore, Reliance Communications (RCom) has announced its all-new Rs. 299 rental plan for its subscribers. The company announced the all-new rental plan in a tweet on Wednesday. It said, "Reliance Mobile introduces the lowest rates ever! Starting at Rs. 299 monthly rental."

The latest rental plan from RCom can be seen as a way to counter other dominant players like Airtel, Vodafone, and Jio. The teaser confirms that the Rs. 299 plan for RCom users will offer unlimited calls, texts, and data. However, the exact details of the new rental plan are not available as of now. RCom subscribers can head to Eshop.com to avail the new offer.

For those unaware, RCom is owned by Anil Ambani which can be considered struggling to keep up with other dominant players. Anil Ambani-led Reliance Communications reported tumbled share and bonds in May this year, and indirectly blamed Mukesh Ambani-led firm Reliance Jio for offering "freebies".

Few weeks back, RCom announced new offer for interested dongle buyers where it offered 4G SIM and 1GB per day data benefit at Rs. 5,199. The company also announced Wi-Pod dongle worth Rs. 3,200 where it offered 365 days of validity. Under the deal, interested users got a 4G SIM card with 1GB data per day limit at Rs. 500 per month rental.

Currently, Reliance Jio's Dhan Dhana Dhan Offer priced at Rs. 399 is the latest offering from the operator, and it offers bundled data, free calls and messages.

RCom, earlier this year, received 99.99 percent shareholders' approval for merger of its wireless business with Aircel.

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