Reliance Jio on August 31 launched five new prepaid plans under its Disney+ Hotstar pack. The revision of its plans comes on the back of the OTT platform’s recent revisions of its offerings and plans in the Indian market. The plans are priced at Rs 499, Rs 899 and Rs 1,499 and are billed annually. They will essentially enable all Disney+ Hotstar subscribers to access the complete content library. The new plans will come into effect from September 1.
Jio with its plans has been bundling its Disney+ Hotstar VIP subscription that included access to live sports, Hotstar specials, movies and TV shows and dubbed content in three Indian languages.
Also, the new plans will offer all the benefits on Disney+ Hotstar in addition to a new library of international content in english language. This includes Disney+ originals, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, HBO, FX, Showtime and tv shows from Disney.
The plans are offered with a validity of 28 days, 56 days, 84 days and 365 days, and are priced at Rs 499, Rs 666, Rs 888 and Rs 2,599 respectively. While the 56 days, 84 days, and 365 days plan comes with an offer of 2 GB data per day. The Rs 499 plan offers 3 GB data per day. Also, the Rs 549 plan comes with an add-on for availing 1.5 GB data per day.
Barring the Rs 549 plan, all the new prepaid plans comes with unlimited voice and SMS benefits.
In April this year, the telecom market leader had launched prepaid Jio cricket plans in partnership with Disney+ Hotstar ahead of IPL 2021. They were priced at Rs 401, Rs 598, Rs 777 and Rs 2,599, along with a Jio Cricket app for its JioPhone users.
All customers using Jio on its active Disney+ Hotstar Plans will continue to enjoy the existing benefits until the expiry of their current subscriptions.
Currently Airtel is offering plans at Rs 401, Rs 448, Rs 599 and Rs 2,698 with data packs of 2 GB and 3 GB data per day. Vodafone Idea on the other hand offers plans at Rs 501, Rs 601, Rs 801, and Rs 2595 with data packs of 75 GB, 200 GB, 300 GB and 1.5 GB per day.
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