Jio Fiber Latest Plans: Jio Fiber includes additional services such as a 4K set-top-box with free access to top 10 paid OTT apps, free HD voice calls, access to JioMeet and Jio Games.
Mukesh Ambani owned company has launched new Jio Fiber broadband plans with a starting price of Rs 399/month. The telco has announced four Jio Fiber ‘Truly Unlimited Internet’ plans including Rs 399 plan for 30Mbps speed, Rs 600 plan for 100 Mbps, Rs 999 for 150Mbps, and Rs 1,499 for 300Mbps. Jio claims symmetric speeds ( same upload and download speeds) for these new plans.
Also, Jio is offering free one month (30 days) trial of a 150 Mbps plan along with a free 4k set-top box, and 10 OTT apps subscription for a month.
Reliance Jio says these plans are now truly unlimited data plans as well as with unlimited voice calls, thereby removing the earlier data cap that some of these plans had. For instance, the Rs 699 plan that offers 100 Mbps speed earlier was unlimited up to 350GB data per month. The upgrade to unlimited data usage should make the JioFiber plans even more attractive for home users. This also gives Jio Fiber a significant advantage over the Airtel Xtreme fiber broadband plans.
Jio Fiber Latest Plans-
“Jio Fiber is already the largest Fiber provide in the country with over a million connected homes, but over the vision for India and Indians are much larger. We want to take Fiber to each and every home and empower every growing country in mobile connectivity with Jio, Jio Fiber will propel India into global broadband leadership, thereby providing broadband to over 1,600 cities and towns,” says Akash Ambani, Director, Jio.
Coming to the new plans, Jio Fiber will now be offering a total of seven monthly plans Rs 399 and go up to Rs 8,4000. The Jio Fiber latest plans are priced at Rs 399, Ra 699, Rs 999, Rs 1,499, Rs 2,499, Rs 3,499 and Rs 8,499. The Rs 2,499 and Rs 8,400 plans were offered earlier as well and have not seem to have seen any change.
The fresh Jio FIber Bronze R 399 monthly plan offers “truly unlimited” plans that will have a commercial usages policy (CUP) with 3300GB limitation. This CUP is essentially FUP with a different name. Similarly, the Rs 699 Jio Fiber Silver monthly plans offer internet at 100Mbps speeds and unlimited voice benefits. Both Rs 399 and Rs 699 plans do not offer any OTT app subscription.
Jio Fiber No-Condition 30-Day Free Trial
You can get the Jio Fiber 30-day free trial with 150Mbps truly unlimited internet and 4k set-top box with free access to 10 paid streaming services like Amazon, Disney+Hotstar, Netflix, etc. There will be a free voice calling benefits as well, and if you don’t like the Jio Fiber service after the trial, the company says it will take it back without any questions.
It is important to note here that the 30-day free trial is applicable to all new customers.
- 150 Mbps truly unlimited internet
- 4K set-top box with access to top 10 paid OTT apps at no extra cost
- Free voice calling
- If you don’t like the service, we will take it back, no questions asked
- The 30-days free trial is applicable for all new customers.
Services you get with JioFiber
Internet: Symmetrical speeds for equal upload and download experience
OTT Subscription: Access to the 12 PAID OTT apps such as Netflix, Amazon, Disney+Hotstar, etc. at no extra cost. From Youtube on TV to binge
Unlimited Calls: Free voice and video calls
JioMeet: Free access to JioMeet app for video conferencing
JioGames: For online gaming
Dates to Remember:
The free trial is valid only for new JioFiber customers activating from September 1
To reward loyalty, existing JioFiber users are to be given the following special benefits:
- Plans of all existing JioFiber customers will be upgraded to match the benefits of the new plans
- Any JioFiber customers onboarded between 15th and 31st August will also get the 30-day free trial benefit as a voucher in the MyJio app.
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