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PUBG Mobile Prime Vs Prime Plus Subscription Plans: How To Win Some Exciting Rewards

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Published:

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  • PUBG Mobile has introduced two new subscription plans for players: Prime and Prime Plus
  • PUBG Mobile subscribers stand a chance to win some exciting rewards

PUBG Mobile has introduced two new subscription plans for players: Prime and Prime Plus. PUBG Mobile subscribers stand a chance to win some exciting rewards. Let’s see what PUBG subscription plans are all about and how do they differ.

PUBG Mobile Prime subscription plan

PUBG Mobile Prime subscription plan costs Rs 85 and Rs 79 for Android and iOS users, respectively. You can use Battle Points (BP) to purchase items. That is valid or either 7 days or 30 days.  You can also collect 5 Unknown Cash (UC) per day and up to 150 UC within the period. Apart from that, there are no other benefits involved in this subscription plan. Now, let’s see what PUBG Mobile Prime Plus subscription is all about.

PUBG Mobile Prime Plus subscription plan

PUBG Mobile Prime Plus subscription plan, on the other hand, costs Rs 400 and Rs 419 (1st month and Rs 700 onwards) for Android and iOS, respectively. Similarly, you can use Battle Points (BP) to buy items with either 7-day / 30-day or permanent validity. You can collect 300 UC instantly, 20 UC daily as well as up to 600 Unknown Cash within the validity period.

Unlike Prime subscription, Prime Plus subscribers earn 10 RP points per day, in addition to daily discounts on various items. Some of the miscellaneous benefits include:

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  • One-day Advance Room card
  • One Classic Crate coupon
  • One Premium Crate coupon
  • One Name change card
  • First Classic Crate at 50% discount every day

PUBG Mobile says that these two new introductions to the game enable players to purchase 12 times more benefits with Prime Plus subscription and 2.5 times Unknown Cas (UC) with Prime subscription. PUBG Mobile also says that the number of UCs that are not collected on a day-to-day basis can be accumulatively collected.
 

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