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Reliance Jio Prepaid Recharge Plan 401 & 349: What’s The Difference & Which One Is Better

Reliance Jio has several prepaid recharge plans in its portfolio. All these plans offer various benefits, such as calling, data, SMS, and other offers. In the recharge portfolio of Jio, three plans offer 3GB data per day, along with calls and SMS. These three plans are Jio Prepaid Recharge Plan 401 and Plan 349. Both these plans offer 3GB data and 28 days of validity. But What’s the difference between the two. Below are the details that will tell you the difference between these two.

Reliance Jio Prepaid Recharge Plan 401 & 349 Comparison

Jio Plan 349: Let’s first discuss the smaller denomination plan, i.e., 349. This plan offers 28 days validity, and in this validity, you will get free calling, SMS, and data benefits. In terms of calling, all the Jio to Jio calls are free and unlimited, while for the non-jio numbers, there is a FUP of 1000 minutes. Users will get a total of 84GB data, which means 3GB data per day. Along with these, there are 100 free SMS per day are too.

Jio Plan 401: This plan of Jio is also a 28 days plan. In this plan, all benefits are the same except for one. It also offers Disney+Hotstar membership. Rest other benefits includes 3GB data per day and free calling. In terms of calling, all the Jio to Jio calls are free and unlimited, while for the non-jio numbers, there is a FUP of 1000 minutes. Along with these, there are 100 free SMS per day are too.

Which One To Choose? Plan 401 or Plan 349

Look, there is only one difference between these two plans. The difference is Disney+ Hotstar membership. Rest all benefits are the same. Disny+ Hotstar membership actually costs Rs 399 for a year. So in this plan, if compared with 349, you will have to pay Rs 52 more to avail of the 399 membership of Disney+ Hotstar.

If you are already a subscriber of the membership, you should go with the 349 plan of Jio. And if you are Jio users and don’t have the subscription of Disney+ Hotstar, you should go with the 401 plan.

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