Reliance Jio has launched a new monthly post-paid plan at Rs 199 for people who travel abroad, frequently. The plan is also suitable for those who have relatives and friends abroad as international service is offered at the starting price of 50 paise per minute for calling in US and Canada. It charges Rs 2 per minute to China, France, Italy, the UK, Singapore, Bangladesh. There is higher rate of Rs 6 per minute for calling in countries such as Israel, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Spain and Sweden. Also Read - Reliance Jio Postpaid Plans – Announces Postpaid Plus Tariff Plans Starting at Rs399 and OTT Plans

The new plan called “Zero-Touch” has the pre-activated international calling and offers international roaming at Rs 2 – 2 – 2 for voice – data – SMS, which means Rs 2 per minute for voice, Rs 2/MB for data and Rs2 for every SMS. You can activate international roaming services on a single click. Also Read - PUBG Unban in India – Is PUBG Teaming Up with Reliance Jio For Digital Partnership in India?

The new plan has cut rates steeply, as the current lowest monthly rent of Jio post-paid plan is at Rs 309. Also Read - After Jio Mega Investment, Silver Lake Pitches in Rs 7,500 cr For Reliance Retail

Reliance Jio said in a statement, “JioPostpaid brings a differentiated connected living experience to postpaid users and will once again challenge the industry status-quo by offering the lowest tariffs in India and abroad to the postpaid users, who end up paying disproportionately higher as compared to the prepaid segment.”

There is no security deposit and you are offered unlimited free voice, sms and 25 GB data at 4G speed. The plan is open for subscription from May 15.

The press release stated, “With JioPostpaid, Jio has strengthened the service offerings suited to the requirements of postpaid subscribers. It has redefined the postpaid services that Indians have experienced till date by introducing the revolutionary ‘Zero-Touch’ Postpaid. JioPostpaid brings a differentiated connected living experience to postpaid users and will once again challenge the industry status-quo by offering the lowest tariffs in India and abroad to the postpaid users, who end up paying disproportionately higher as compared to the prepaid segment.”