Before exploring the world explore these new exciting international roaming Wi-Fi calling packs to India only from Jio

The world is moving faster than ever before thus making it important to make new connections while staying connected with our loved ones whom we left behind. However, the fear of exorbitant roaming charges can often deter us from using our smartphones while exploring new destinations. It won’t be an issue now because Jio has introduced international roaming Wi-Fi calling packs to India only that won’t put extra pressure on your bank.

Let’s explore in this article.

This might be shocking but the plan starts from Rs 121 and goes up to Rs 521 with 10 days of validity.

Rs 121 plan

This plan comes with two days of validity and 100 minutes of calling. However, users need to know that they will only benefit from this plan if their handset supports Wi-Fi calling.

Rs 521 plan

This plan comes with 10 days of pack validity and 500 minutes of calling. Both of the mentioned plans can only be used for outgoing calls to India and receiving incoming calls. Local outgoing calls and calls to other countries are not allowed in this pack. And most importantly your handset should support Wi-Fi calling.

You can check out some exciting Flight plans, Wi-Fi plans, and other plans that come with exciting perks on Jio’s official website.




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