Jio has taken over the market, it has taken over the internet. Everyone is talking about Reliance Jio. People are waiting in long queues to get a Jio sim. Reliance is offering the cheapest mobile data network and the mobile tariffs for the smartphone users in the world. The landscape of the telecom industry has changed.
Reliance Jio has already started testing its FTTH network in some parts of Pune and Mumbai.
But that’s not all, Reliance company will be bringing a fibre to the home (FTTH) wired network service called Reliance Jio GigaFiber to selected 900 cites and towns in India. Reliance Jio FTTH network will offer internet network speeds of up to 1 Gbps to its subscribers.
The arrival of Jio has started a fierce battle among Indian telecoms firms to win customers. The other telecom companies couldn’t simply sit and wait for Jio to take over them. To stay in the race, BSNL has announced many interesting broadband plans and one such plan is the BSNL BBG Combo Plan priced at Rs 1,199 per month. The other plan is BB 249 plan that will include 2 GB of data at 2 Mbps and unlimited data at 1 Mbps after crossing the limit.
BSNL BBG 1199 plan offers unlimited local and STD calls with a data speed of 2 Mbps!
The Reliance Jio GigaFiber Broadband starts at Rs 500 month and will offer 600 GB of data at 15 Mbps.
According to PhoneRadar, Jio GigaFiber broadband data plans will be available in three types – Silver, Gold and Platinum. Based on the data speed and data volume, there will be a range of plans. The monthly broadband data plans will start at Rs 500 for 600GB of data at 15Mbps speeds. The unlimited data plan will be available for Rs 800 at 10Mbps. There’s also a one-day unlimited plan priced at Rs 400.
The speed based monthly plans will start at 50 Mbps with a data cap of 2000 GB. It can go up to 600 Mbps with 300 GB data cap.
The volume based monthly plans will start at 5 GB. It can go up to 60 GB per day.
So guys what do you think of Reliance Jio GigaFiber Broadband? Do you think it has better plans than all other Internet Service Providers? If yes, then do share your views and opinions in the comments.