BhargavJ

In the zone
I haven't done the Prime recharge yet. Since Reliance has extended the date till 15th April, I'll do it now. I know the Jio plans, but yesterday I saw that there is a new plan. Recharge for Prime with Rs. 99 and do another recharge of Rs. 303, and you will get service for the next three months, ending at the end of June. Earlier, there was a Rs. 303 plan (there still is), but that a validity of 28 days. So can anyone confirm this, whether what I've understood is correct, that recharging with Rs. 303 will give service for a full three months.

Another thing, as soon as I try to log in to this site, I get the message that the connection is not secure, its http and not https. If I manually add the 's' and try to open this site using https, I still get the message that the connection is not secure. This hasn't happened in the past. So has the site switched to http?
 

kg11sgbg

Indian Railways - The Vibrant and Moving INDIA
I haven't done the Prime recharge yet. Since Reliance has extended the date till 15th April, I'll do it now. I know the Jio plans, but yesterday I saw that there is a new plan. Recharge for Prime with Rs. 99 and do another recharge of Rs. 303, and you will get service for the next three months, ending at the end of June. Earlier, there was a Rs. 303 plan (there still is), but that a validity of 28 days. So can anyone confirm this, whether what I've understood is correct, that recharging with Rs. 303 will give service for a full three months.

Another thing, as soon as I try to log in to this site, I get the message that the connection is not secure, its http and not https. If I manually add the 's' and try to open this site using https, I still get the message that the connection is not secure. This hasn't happened in the past. So has the site switched to http?
What [MENTION=57860]thetechfreak[/MENTION] has commented is TRUE and the REALITY of JiO Prime members to achieve.:-D
 

BhargavJ

In the zone
Is the website jiocare(dot)net fake? On another forum, I made a post with a link to the jiocare site, and the post was removed by a moderator. I wasn't informed about why the post was removed, so I made another post with a link to the same site. The next thing I know, I got banned! You can see the thread here:

Reliance Jio Prime Membership (Now open till April 15) | Page 63 | Reliance Jio Infocomm | India Broadband Foru

How can we find out if a particular website is the official website of a company/group?
 

lywyre

Cyborg Agent
Jio.com is the right one. So many ads (blocked) should give some kind of clue. Why would Jio care for ads
 

lywyre

Cyborg Agent
Also, not to forget the countless WhatsApp/Facebook forwards that promote fake jio or other offers and fake apps.
 

lywyre

Cyborg Agent
I would trust TRAI rather than Ookla. Airtel has always found ways to circumvent TRAI's regulations for it's greed. And others would follow. Either that, or all providers have formed a cartel for price fixing.
 

BhargavJ

In the zone
I just came to know that some time back, the Jio details of millions of subscribers were leaked online. Search for "reliance jio database leak" on Google or whichever search engine you use. The website that hosted the database which allowed you to enter the phone number / name went offline after a while. Anyone knows of any other website or a place to download the database so that we can check whether our details have also been leaked or not?
 

Flash

Lost in speed
I just came to know that some time back, the Jio details of millions of subscribers were leaked online. Search for "reliance jio database leak" on Google or whichever search engine you use. The website that hosted the database which allowed you to enter the phone number / name went offline after a while. Anyone knows of any other website or a place to download the database so that we can check whether our details have also been leaked or not?
It's a month old news, and they've blocked the website which purportedly hosted the leaked details. Police also detained a man, who was allegedly involved in the leak.
Exclusive: Police detain man in probe of alleged data leak at India's Jio
 
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