Jio GigaFiber Broadband-TV-Landline Combo to be Priced at Rs 600 Per Month?
It has been a year since the launch of JioGigaFiber as pilot-testing only in Mumbai and New Delhi. Jio GigaFiber is an optical-based home broadband service. Now, Reliance has come up with a new exciting plan for its wide range of users.
According to the latest reports, Reliance Jio GigaFiber will offer a new Broadband + Landline + TV combo plan for just a monthly expense of Rs. 600. The combo will be made available in the next three months.
Along with the best broadband services, jio GigaFiber will now include TV and landline services. While the TV channels will be provided over the internet using Internet Protocol Television, the landline service will offer unlimited calling facility.
What makes Reliance JioGigaFiber different from its rivals is the cost of plan they are charging for this combo offer. Users will only need to pay half of the price as they would pay to the other rival companies to enjoy the same plans. All these benefits will come at a very reasonable cost of Rs. 600 monthly, which is a great deal. Additionally, the broadband-landline-TV combo will also provide an option to connect 40 devices to its home network for upto Rs. 1000.
As we all know, Reliance has been testing JioGigaFiber in New Delhi and Mumbai currently by providing 100 GB of data at 1000mbps for free after one-time deposit of 4,500.
Many exciting offers will be provided under the broadband-landline-TV combo including 600 TV channels, seven-day catch-up option, landline, and a good 100 Mbps broadband. The good news is, Reliance Jio will be providing the ‘Triple’ plan absolutely free for a year. It is expected to roll out in next 3 months. Apart from these benefits, there will be several additional features that will be included in the combo offer. These include voice-activated virtual assistant, multi-party video conferencing, smart home solutionsand VR gaming and shopping.
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