Reliance Jio’s GigaFiber might change the face of Broadband services in Indian

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While everyone is tripping on the ultra-cheap 4G plans that were launched by Reliance Jio, Chairman Mukesh Ambani recently spoke about the company’s plans to offer fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) service in the country.

As per the report by Phoneradar, the company is already testing out their broadband services in certain parts of Indian internally. Similar to their 4G plans, their broadband tariffs will reportedly be aggressively priced.

According to reports, the Jio GigaFiber broadband services will be available in Silver, Gold and Platinum tiers with prices starting from Rs 500.

The high speed tariff plans start at 50mbps and go up to 600mbps. The 50mbps plan will reportedly come with a huge data cap of 2000GB and will be priced at Rs 1500 per month. The 200mbps plan comes with a lower data cap of 750GB and will cost Rs 3,500, while the 400mbps plan comes with 500GB data limit and will cost Rs 4,000. Lastly, the 600mbps plan, priced at Rs 5,500 per month will come with 300GB data cap.

The company will also offer Volume based tariff plans starting at 5GB per day, to 60GB per day.

Additionally, there are special broadband offers base Rs 400 plan which includes one-day of unlimited free Jio app usage such as JioTV, JioCinema, JioBeats and more. The 10GB per day plan costs Rs 2,000, while the 20GB per day, 40GB per day and 60GB per day plans costs Rs 3,000, Rs 4,000, and Rs 5,000 respectively.

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