RCom Postpaid Plan

Reliance Communications has come up with a new offer for its postpaid customers, the Jalsa Unlimited pack of Rs. 333. The Jalsa pack offers 30 GB of 4G data, free Local and STD calling minutes to any network and free SMS for 30 days.

Earlier, RCom had also offered 28% discount on postpaid plans of Rs. 699, Rs. 499 and Rs. 299 which were available for Rs. 499, Rs. 399, and Rs. 249 respectively.


RCom has rolled out this new unlimited offer as an effort to attract new subscribers to its network, and to survive the tough competition it has been facing from Reliance Jio and other operators like Airtel and Vodafone.

Benefits of Rs. 333 Postpaid Plan

The Rs. 333 plan is called Jalsa Unlimited and gives free 1,000 minutes of local and STD calling to any network across India. Also, incoming calls on roaming are free. The highlight of the plan is the data offering. The pack comes with 30GB of 4G data for 30 days that means 1GB data is for Rs. 11.1.


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Another interesting feature of the Jalsa pack is that the offer will be extended to one year for consumers who subscribe to this offer immediately. However, there are some other conditions also with this scheme.

Customers can avail the offer only via RCom’s online shopping portal rcom-eshop.com. Apart from this, the Rs. 333 plan is valid only in the circles where RCom has a 4G presence. That means this plan is applicable only for postpaid customers of Delhi, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh.

Since all the other telecom operators in the country are coming up with offers for prepaid users and have left out the postpaid users, RCom’s latest offer can be seen as a move to retain the post-paid customers, as many postpaid users have started to convert to pre-paid plans to enjoy the new offers.

Also read: Jio Effect: BSNL Chaukka Offers 4GB 4G Data Every Day At Rs. 444


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