Jio IUC Top Up Voucher Plan | Jio Calling Charge 6 Paisa/Minute

Jio IUC Top UP Voucher Started. Jio Step towards reversing enacted regulation on IUC compels Jio to recover termination charge of 6 Paisa /Minute for mobile voice calls to other operators. Recovery through IUC TOP-UP Vouchers. Recovery of termination charge only until the IUC Charge is made zero. Consumers will get equivalent data for the value of IUC TOP UP Voucher.Due to the undergoing regulatory policy changes for mobile-call-related charges, Jio is compelled to recover IUC charge fro NON-Jio mobile voice calls.

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Jio IUC Voucher Amount 2019:

The following top-up vouchers shall be available for customers to suit their requirements:

IUC Top-Up Voucher Amount (Rs) IUC Minutes (non-Jio mobiles) Free Data Entitlement (GB)
10 124 1
20 249 2
50 656 5
100 1362 10

Equivalent minutes with IUC charged at 6 paise per minute, with an additional charge for GST and processing fee and duration of each call rounded up to the nearest minute.

Jio IUC Top Up Voucher Plan | Jio Calling Charge 6 Paisa/Minute

Why Jio Voice Charge:

  • 2G customers, and in fact increased the tariffs for voice calls to around Rs. 1.50/ minute. They
    also, charge a minimum of Rs 500 / GB for data from their 2G customers.
  • The price differential of free voice on Jio network and exorbitantly high tariffs on 2G networks
    causes the 35 – 40 crore 2G customers of Airtel and Vodafone-Idea to give missed calls to
    Jio customers. Jio network receives 25 to 30 crore missed calls on a daily basis.
  • This huge missed call phenomenon converts the incoming calls to Jio into outgoing calls from
    Jio to other operators. The 25 to 30 crore missed calls per day should have resulted in 65 to
    75 crore minutes of incoming traffic to Jio. Instead, the call back made by the Jio customers
    results in 65 to 75 crore minutes of outgoing traffic.
  • But for the effects of the tariff differential, especially the missed call phenomenon, the off-net
    voice traffic is already symmetrical now for Jio. It is being made asymmetric by the other
    operators by keeping their 2G voice tariffs high.


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