Reliance Jio Plans To Withdraw Summer Surprise Offer And We Are Sad

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Reliance Jio Plans To Withdraw Summer Surprise Offer And We Are Sad
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Reliance Jio announced the Summer Surprise offer on March 31st and we were all enjoying the advertisements everywhere until today that they decided to take it back. 

It turns out TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) advised Reliance Jio to take a step back from the summer rainbow offer and withdraw the 3 months complimentary benefits. 

The statement posted online said, "Jio accepts this decision. Jio is in the process of fully complying with the regulator's advice, and will be withdrawing the three months complimentary benefits of Jio Summer Surprise as soon as operationally feasible, over the next few days."

Jio announced their super summer offer on March 31st. 

Jio announced their super summer offer on March 31st. 

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But they declare that they're taking back that decision. 

But they declare that they're taking back that decision. 
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What!

What!

But why did this happen? 

But why did this happen? 

Is this because of the unprecedented rush of subscriptions? 

Is this because of the unprecedented rush of subscriptions? 
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Well, we heard that the company had also extended the deadline to buy Jio's Rs. 303 and other plans till April 15. 

And they even announced that in just one month, over 72 million Jio customers signed up for the new Jio Prime. 

And they even announced that in just one month, over 72 million Jio customers signed up for the new Jio Prime. 
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That definitely makes it one of the most successful customer privilege programmes almost anywhere in the world.

But here's the bite and they say Jio abides by the decision. 

The only good decision they took was to let already subscribed customers enjoy the privilege. 

The only good decision they took was to let already subscribed customers enjoy the privilege. 

However, there are people who are calling it a major April fool offer. 

What's your say?

Are you unaffected by Reliance's decision?