Reliance Jio, which recently began offering free 4G services with the Jio SIM under a Preview offer until December 2016, is expected to offer the fastest wired broadband internet to home users. Tariff plans of this GigaFiber fibernet service have now surfaced and may appeal to customers with the figures of Rs. 500 for 600GB worth of data for 30 days.
As per a Newsient report, the Reliance Jio fibre to the home (FTTH) broadband internet service would be offered for testing to users in Delhi and Mumbai telecom circles, under the Jio GigaFiber Welcome Offer similar to the Jio 4G Welcome Offer for smartphones.
The reported Jio GigaFiber broadband Welcome Offer is said to get officially rolled out in the near future. This service is known to offer internet at speeds ranging up to 1Gbps for those preferring to go online from home.
The report has also published a list of what it terms special offers for users of the Jio GigaFiber broadband. Check them out below:
- Rs. 500 for 600GB of data valid for 30 days
- Rs. 500 for 3.5GB data use per day, with validity period of 30 days
- Rs. 400 for unlimited data usage, with validity period of 24 hours
Apart from the above, some other rumoured tariff plans of Reliance Jio Gigafiber broadband have also surfaced. Take a look:
- Rs. 1,500 for maximum data usage limit of up to 2000GB with 50Mbps speed, with validity period of 30 days
- Rs. 2,000 for maximum data usage limit of 1000 GB with 100Mbps speed, with validity period of 30 days
- Rs. 4,000 for data limit till 500GB with 400Mbps speed, valid for 30 days
- Rs. 3,500 for 750GB free data with 200Mbps speed, with validity period of 30 days
- Rs. 5,500 for 300GB of data with 600Mbps speed, valid up to 30 days.
Finally, another interesting bit of information that has emerged is that the Jio GigaFiber will be launched in as many as 100 cities in India, and users can avail this service at any Reliance Jio Digital Store. A Jio Fiber router could also be availed on payment of Rs. 6.000. The broadband Preview Offer would provide speeds of nearly 800 Mbps, with the 1Gbps speed said to become a reality once the service gets its full public launch.