The Reliance Jio Welcome Offer is now expected to continue until March 2017. New reports claim that the company might launch multiple free 4G offers to attract more customers. The free 4G Welcome Offer was rolled out on September 5 this year.

Reliance Jio Welcome Offer

The Reliance Jio Welcome Offer allows you to enjoy free 4G data. While the official end-date of the popular offer is December 31st, analysts estimate that the 4G services would continue for an extended period of time. As per a Live Mint report, Reliance Jio is likely to extend the free 4G offer until at least March 2017 to attract more users. The report quotes analysts at Motilal Oswal saying that the ‘Mass scale free welcome offer could continue until March 2017 to attract subscriber growth towards the celebrated 100 million mark.

After December 31, the 4G data is expected to be available at Rs 130 – Rs 140 per GB of 4G-LTE data. While the voice calls would continue to be free of cost, without national roaming penalties. Earlier, Reliance had stated that the free 4G Jio Welcome Offer would be limited until December 3 to new subscribers. Existing customers can continue using the free Jio Welcome Offer until the 31st of the month.

The Citi Research analysts quote top management officials at Reliance Industries saying that ‘there would be no cap with regard to the count of promotional offers rolled out‘. This means Reliance Jio will try to maximize its reach during this period, before turning into a totally commercial service. The Jio 4G freebies can be expected to continue beyond December 31st.

While the Reliance Jio Network created a world record by reaching 16miliion subscribers in its first month, the network is ridden with multiple issues. Earlier, users were having trouble with SIM activation. Now, current Reliance Jio subscribers are experiencing more call drops, especially when calls are made to other service providers such as Bharti Airtel or Idea Cellular. However, Reliance Jio claims that it is adding nearly 1 million customers per day.