Reliance Jio has changed its prepaid and postpaid tariffs, now customers will have to pay 15 percent more for its popular 84-day Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan plan.

Under the revised structure, while everything remains same from 84-day validity to 1GB data per day to free calls and messages, there is only one thing that has changes and it’s the price. Jio’s Rs. 399 plan will now be available for Rs. 459 for prepaid Jio customers.

Jio isn’t disappointing the customers all together as they still have a Rs. 399 recharge pack, but with a validity of 70 days, instead of 84 days. Consumers do get all the other benefits like 1GB data per day and more.

The company has also reduced benefit for Rs. 509 pack. It still offers 2GB of data per day, but with a validity or billing cycle reduced from 56 days to 49 days. The Rs. 999 plan which offered 90GB of 4G data will now offer 60GB data at high speed data for three months.

There is one Rs. 1,999 plan which will have six months validity and offers 125GB data.

Last week, Reliance Jio was offering Jio Prime customers 100 percent cashback on recharges of Rs. 399 for the festive season – October 12 to October 18. Jio users got eight vouchers costing Rs. 50 each, which comes out to be Rs. 400 in total. Although that offers is gone now.