Jio users got this benefit - INDJOBSGROUP

Friday, January 3, 2020

Jio users got this benefit

Jio users got this benefit

The number of customers of Reliance Jio SIM card is quite low, and it is very possible that now they are doing that you are reading on Reliance Jio connection right now. There was a time when Reliance Jio was undoubtedly the best choice of telecom operator, if using data was your priority. But, now consumers have two thoughts about this. The main reason for this is the introduction of 6 paise per minute IUC (Interconnect Usage Charges) on calls made by customers to other telecom operators.

This fee was introduced a few months ago and according to industry conditions it is likely that this fee could last at least another year. However, for this, Reliance Jio is also offering bundle plans, which come with a pack of IUC minutes along with data and other benefits. However, many customers who have moved to plans with IUC minutes are unable to track their IUC minutes and how many of them they use. Here's how you can do it easily.

Like other things related to Reliance Jio, if you want to see how many IUC minutes you have already used, you have to use the MyJio application. For this, all you have to do is open the MyJio application and here you will find two tabs, one of which is "View Plan" and the other which details your data usage and a button called "Check usage". You have to tap on the "View Plan" tab and then tap on the View Details.


When the tab opens, you will be able to see the details of your current active plan. Here you will be able to see how many SMS you have sent from your daily limit. Also on the second part, you will be able to see the data that you have spent today from your daily data limit. On the third section, you will be able to see the non-live voice minutes that you have used. This is the number we need. You will be able to see how many of the non-Jio IUC minutes you have used in your plan. Under this, you will see that the plan mentions "unlimited" for Jio to Jio calling.

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