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Here’s how you Reliance Jio fooled you on this April Fool’s Day; See video

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 2 April 2018, 12:36 IST

You all have been fooled by many people on the April Fool Day i.e. 1st April with interesting and surprising pranks. All over the internet, you have also seen some prank videos or some funny news that make the people fool. But, have you ever seen some prestigious and big brand to fool their users that could tickle your funny bones. Hopefully not, but one of the Indias biggest telecom brands i.e. Reliance Jio has made its users with a mind-blowing April Fool prank.

Believe it or not, but have been fooled by the Jio’s special offer. Earlier, Jio has tweeted on the official website about its offer that will go to arrive soon. The tweet was ‘Your digital life will never get interrupted again. #JioJuice Coming Soon.’


After posting this tweet, Jio has also shared the video about this Jio Juice plan. Jio wrote, ‘Is this you when your phone loses power? #JioJuice Coming Soon.’


Well, Jio customers always want to update with Jio’s new offers. So, it is also clear that if Jio has released any offer then for sure the users will get attracted towards it to enjoy the benefits. Therefore, the same has happened under this plan announced by the Jio on the official website before 2 days to arrive April Fool.

Finally, Jio has revealed about the plan and see how it made you fool with this video:


Here's the special wished us a Happy April Fool Day!


Hahahaha, this was really very funny and unexpected for the Jio users.

Well, this prank by Jio team looked so genuine that people believed in it easily and also started searching for it.

Also read: Reliance Jio: Prime Membership ends today; here's a new surprise for all the Jio users

Here's how Twitterati reacted on the prank:


Also read: Reliance Jio Prime Membership expires on 31st March: Is this the end to free offers or any new surprise awaiting?

First published: 2 April 2018, 11:58 IST