Reliance Jio Gigafiber (1 Gbps Speeds) FTTH to come with Free 100 Mbps Connection for 3 Months
Reliance Jio is literally everywhere as the youngest telecom company tries to disrupt the competitive Telecom industry in India. The company has already announced the availability of its Jio 4G SIM availability across nationwide starting today.
There are some reports coming in stating that it’s FTTH High-Speed Broadband is already available in certain specific parts of the country. The most concrete proof that can be seen in such reports is the tweet from a supposed Jio Broadband user, named Arjun Hemrajani.
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In his tweet, Arjun has shared what appears to be the Jio branded router for high-speed internet. According to the tweet, it is believed that company is providing 100 Mbps free connection for three months. You can also see the speed test results, which showcase the download as well as upload speed of more than 90 Mbps. Further in a recent tweet from him, you can see a download speed of 743.28 Mbps.
He clearly states and it is also believed to be true that FTTH 1 Gbps connection from Jio is active now. In just a day’s time, the Jio Broadband subscriber states that he has exhasuted 80GB data. Though, it isn’t clear what would be the data cap of this Fiber connection to home, or it would be truly unlimited. It is also revealed that Speedtest.net pinged Pune Server and the subscriber said to be residing in Navi Mumbai.
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Talking about the price point, it is widely reported that Jio Broadband would offer plans starting at just Rs 500 with the lowest connection speed of 100 Mbps. On top of that, it is believed that FTTH connections would also have some kind of promotional offer just like Welcome Offer for Jio 4G SIM Cards, which is now available starting today.
Earlier, the Chairman & Managing Director of Reliance Industries Limited, Mukesh Ambani at their Annual General Meeting announced that FTTH services from Jio would be available first in few select cities and later expand to top 100 cities. Does your region have Jio Broadband service active already? Comment in the below section and let us know.