Reliance jio is likely to launch its broadband internet service Jio GigaFiber from September 5, Expectation are high and the company will hope to upset the fixed-line internet service only the manner in which it changed India’s mobile internet. Apart from the fixed internet connection, Jio GigaFiber association will be joined by fixed-line phone Service, set-top-box for gaming and Free 4K TV.
After September 5, customers will have to pay a refundable security deposit of Rs 1500. Jio Fiber will also charge Rs 1000 as installation charges.
Initially, the Jio Fiber connections will be available in the select cities only. As of now, Jio Fiber connections are available in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Surat, Vadodara, Chennai, Noida, Ghaziabad, Bhubaneshwar, Varanasi, Allahabad, Bengaluru, Surat, Agra, Meerut, Vizag, Lucknow, Jamshedpur, Haridwar, Gaya, Patna, Port Blair, Punjab and some more states
Jio GigaFiber registration has already started.
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Jio GigaFiber welcome Offer and Plans
At its AGM (annual general meeting), Ambani finally revealed when JioFiber will become available in the country.
At the time of launch in September, JioFiber will be available at a starting price of Rs 700. The plan will offer user bandwidth of 100Mbps and customers will be able to step up to 1Gbps and will be able to subscribe to plans priced at Rs 10,000 as well.
Alongside the pricing, Ambani also announced its Welcome offer and freebies it plans to offer to subscribers.
The big announcement was the launch of the “Jio Fiber Welcome offer” that replaces the existing Free JIO Preview offer.
Under the Jio Fiber Welcome offer, Jio will introduce new JIO Forever Annual Broadband plans that the company will announce next month, on 5th September.
Jio is offering free HD or 4K TV to subscribers who opt-for the Annual Broadband Plans along with the free 4K set-top box.
Also, there will be different TV sets for customers opting for the annual Welcome offer depending on the plan they are purchasing. The expensive 4K TV sets will likely go to users who are purchasing bigger plans with up to 1 GBPS bandwidth.