Reliance Jio launched its new JioAirFiber service today, and also announced its plans. Alongside, the company also listed the JioFiber plans and JioFiber Max plans. Even though most of the plans were already available, and Jio mentioned that existing JioFiber tariff plans continue as is and there is no change in existing user tariffs. Continue reading “JioFiber plans from Rs. 1199 and above now include JioCinema Premium”
Reliance Jio today at its 42nd annual general meeting (AGM) in Mumbai announced that Jio Fiber will roll out commercially starting from September 5th, 2019. It also announced that Jio Fiber users will a free Jio Fixed Voice Landline Service that will offer voice calls across India. The company has been testing landline service for the past few weeks for those who are using Jio Fiber service trials. Here are the steps on how to activate it.
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Reliance Jio at its 42nd annual general meeting (AGM) in Mumbai announced that Jio Fiber will roll out commercially starting from September 5th, 2019 on the third anniversary of Jio’s launch. This will reach 20 million residences and 15 million business establishments in 1,600 towns and will expand in the next 12 months, said Mukesh Ambani. It started trials for JioGigaFiber services from August 15th last year.
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Last year Reliance Jio started testing JioFiber. When it reported earnings last month, it said that it started roll-out of its Fibre to the Home (FTTH) business by offering beta trials in a few locations. It also said that it will expand the scope of the beta trials over the next few months. There were some reports recently that said Jio has started JioFiber trials in Chennai, Mumbai and other cities. Continue reading “Reliance Jio rolling out JioFiber preview in Delhi-NCR, Ahmedabad and more cities”