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Reliance Jio Ne Badal Di Apni Chal, IUC Plan Change.


Reliance Jio ne ab bilkul Other network par voice calls free Kar Diya hai. Other company se bilkul alag charge lene ki taiyari main hai.




Bilkul sahi sune hain Reliance Jio ne badal di apni chal jio ne kar diya hai ek behad hi sasta plan jismein aap bilkul muft sms kahi bhi kisi bhi network par kar sakte hain aur sath hi kisi aur network par IUC plan change change karne ke karan bilkul muft mein baate kar payenge



Reliance Jio Ne Badal Di Apni Chal, IUC Plan Change.
Reliance Jio Ne Badal Di Apni Chal, IUC Plan Change.

Jio IUC plan kya hai





Jio ke IUC plan aaj new nhi hai balki ye pahale se other company leti aa rhi hai hum bata de ye niyam aaj se nhi kayi saal pahle hi lagu kar di gyi thi.




Relaince GSM bhi ye charge leti thi lekin jab se Relaince jio launch kiya Relaince jio ne sabhi network company ke bich price baar suru ho gyi thi.




Reliance jio ne lagataar Apne jio customer ko free voice calling, free Sms, aur free internet data, apne user ko free dekar saare telecom company jese Airtel, Vodafone,idea sabhi ki man mani aur jo data ke liye inke recharge Kafi manhge Hua karte the.




Aur hum sabhi ko ye fourn country ki telecom company luta karti thi jise Mukesh Ambani ki jio telecom services laane se inko munh ki Khani padi.




Aur haalat itne badtar ho gaye ki in company ke user airtel idea vodafone in sabhi ko chhodkar Relaince jio me port kawa liya.



Ab jio ne airtel,Voda,idea etc ke lagataar virodh karne ke karan try par dabab banane ke karan aur gramin user jo k 2G ,3G ab bhi istemal karte hain.


unke lagatar jio number par miss call karne ke Karan jio user unhein call kiya karte the jiske karan jio telecom ko par minutes 0.6 paise other network airtel, idea,vodafone etc ko dena padta tha.




jo k kul milakar 13000700 cr indian rupees tri ko dena pada in company ko dene ke liye.




tri ne ye kaha tha shal 2020 January mein puri trh samapt kar diya jaiyega lekin in company ke lagataar dabab k karan tri apne faisele par punar vichaar karne laga hai.




Aur ab isse iski abdhi 2 shalo ke liye aur badha diya gaya hai.




Jio ne bola k ye paise khud nahi de paunga isiliye ismein IUC palan launch kiya .




Jio ka New IUC plan





Jio ne apne 4 voucher launch kiye hain other network par voice calling k liye jismein rs 10 rs 20 rs 50 aur rs100 ka recharge voucher launch Kiya hai.




Jise aap 9 oct ke baad recharge karne par aap use kar skte hain




Dear Jio family,




Due to the undergoing regulatory policy changes for mobile-call-related charges, Jio is compelled to recover IUC charge for NON-JIO mobile voice calls.




With effect from your next recharge, post 10th October, all calls to NON-JIO mobile numbers will be charged at 6 paise/minute.




You will have the option to select a suitable IUC TOP-UP voucher starting at Rs 10, that can be used to make such non-Jio calls. This recovery of IUC will continue only until the IUC charge is made zero by TRAI.




To compensate our customers for the cost of these additional IUC top-ups, we will offer an additional 1 GB of data for every 10-rupee spent, ABSOLUTELY FREE.




All Jio to Jio calls continues to be FREE. To continue enjoying the benefits of free calling, you may invite others to our Jio family.




Thank you for your support and belief in Jio.




Team Jio




Watch The Official Statement





Frequently Asked Questions





What is IUC?  




Interconnect Usage Charge or IUC is a cost paid by one mobile telecom operator to another when its customers make outgoing mobile calls to the other operator’s customers. These calls between two different networks are known as mobile off-net calls. IUC charges are fixed by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) and are currently at 6 paise/minute.




Why is Jio charging me 6 paise per minute for off-net mobile calls? a. Let us understand this issue in detail:
(i) TRAI, has repeatedly since 2011, affirmed its stance that the IUC charges should be brought down to Zero.




(ii) After a comprehensive review of the IUC regime through a transparent and elaborate consultation process in 2016, TRAI confirmed that IUC for mobile calls will be ZERO from 1st January 2020.




(iii) This step of TRAI ensured that the new ZERO-IUC regime would:
A. Encourage operators to invest in new technology and bring down the cost of voice services close to nil.




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B. Provide regulatory predictability and enable service providers to plan their networks and businesses accordingly
C. Allow operators to launch more innovative and customer friendly tariff offerings




(iv) Relying on the repeated stance of TRAI and the amendment already made to the regulations reducing the IUC to Zero, Jio continued to pay IUC from its own resources to Airtel and Vodafone-Idea, etc.




while offering free voice to its customers. So far, in the last three years Jio has paid nearly Rs.13,500 crore as NET IUC charges to the other operators.




(v) Citing traffic asymmetry as the only ground in the recently floated consultation paper, TRAI has reopened the closed chapter on IUC




(vi) The consultation paper has created Regulatory uncertainty and therefore Jio has been compelled, most reluctantly and unavoidably, to recover this regulatory charge of 6 paise per minute for all off-net mobile voice calls so long as IUC charges exist.





So, for all recharges done by Jio customers starting today, calls made to other mobile operators will be charged at the prevailing IUC rate of 6 paise / minute through IUC top-up vouchers till such time that TRAI moves to Zero termination charge regime. Presently, this date is 1st January 2020.




(vii) Nevertheless, Jio stands firm on its commitment to offer the highest value to its customers, and there is no 6 paise charge on:
A. all Jio to Jio calls;
B. all incoming calls;
C. Jio to landline calls; and
D. calls made using WhatsApp or FaceTime and similar platforms.




(viii) Additionally, Jio will provide additional data entitlement of equivalent value to the IUC top-up voucher. This will ensure no increase in tariff for customers.




(ix) The following top-up vouchers shall be available for customers to suit their requirements:




IUC Top-Up Voucher
Amount (Rs)
IUC Minutes
(non-Jio mobiles)
Free Data Entitlement
(GB)
101241
202492
506565
1001,36210




Can you explain the issue in a little more detail?




a. Relying on the repeated stance of TRAI and the amendment already made to the regulations reducing the IUC to Zero, Jio continued to pay IUC from its own resources to Airtel and Vodafone-Idea, etc.




while offering a free voice to its customers. So far, in the last three years, Jio has paid nearly Rs.13,500 crore as NET IUC charges to the other operators.




b. Unfortunately, after the above order in 2017, while the incumbent operators reduced voice tariffs for their 4G customers, they continued to charge exorbitant tariffs to their 40 crore 2G customers, and in fact, increased the tariffs for voice calls to around Rs. 1.50/ minute.




They also charge a minimum of Rs 500 / GB for data from their 2G customers.




c. The price differential of free voice on Jio network and exorbitantly high tariffs on 2G networks causes the 40 crore 2G customers of Airtel and Vodafone-Idea to give missed calls to Jio customers.




Jio network receives 25 to 30 crore missed calls on a daily basis.




d. This huge missed call phenomena converts the incoming calls to Jio into outgoing calls from Jio to other operators. The 25 to 30 crore missed calls per day .




should have resulted in 65 to 75 crore minutes of incoming traffic to Jio. Instead, the call back made by the Jio customers results in 65 to 75 crore minutes of outgoing traffic.




e. But for the missed calls due to tariff differential, the off-net voice traffic is already symmetrical now for Jio. It is being made asymmetric by the other operators by keeping their 2G voice tariffs high.




f. Citing such traffic asymmetry as the only ground in the recently floated consultation paper, TRAI has reopened the closed chapter on IUC, which has already been made zero with effect from 1st January 2020.




The amendment to the IUC Regulations in 2017 was after considerable deliberations and consultations.




In this background, the consultation paper has created Regulatory uncertainty and therefore Jio has been compelled, most reluctantly and unavoidably,.




To recover this regulatory charge of 6 paise per minute. for all off-net mobile voice calls so long as IUC charges exist.




g. So, for all recharges done by Jio customers, calls made to other mobile operators will be charged at the prevailing IUC rate of 6 paise / minute through IUC top-up vouchers till such time that TRAI moves to Zero termination charge regime. Presently, this date is 1st January 2020.




Is Jio increasing its tariffs?




a. No, Jio is not increasing its tariffs as Jio is giving equivalent benefits to customers for any IUC recharge done in the form of additional data.





b. The TRAI step towards reversing their ‘enacted-regulation’ on IUC compels Jio to recover termination charge of 6 paise /minute for mobile voice calls to other operators.





c. This recovery of termination charge will continue only until the IUC charge is made zero d. Recovery to be done through IUC top-up vouchers; increase on offnet mobile to be offset by equivalent data




When will this 6 paise charge for non-Jio mobile calls end?




Jio assures its 35 crore customers that the 6paise / minute charge on outgoing off-net mobile calls shall continue only till the time TRAI abolishes IUC, in line with its present regulation.




Why should I take an IUC Top-Up? Is it mandatory?




a. No, opting for a top-up is not mandatory
b. You need to do a top-up only if you want to make an outgoing non-Jio mobile call.





c. All other domestic connectivity services do not entail any additional charge




What is the validity of this IUC Top-Up?




a. To ensure our customers remain the beneficiary of every tariff & scheme, the IUC top-up pack does not have any validity.





b. That is, you can top-up your account and retain this balance till you want.





c. This balance gets deducted only when you make an outgoing Non-Jio mobile call or any other relevant service

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