Jio Fiber has finally been launched, commercially, with plans starting from Rs. 699 per month. After a wait for over a year, Reliance Jio has announced all the key details about its fibre broadband service. The company has shared information on Jio Fiber plans, their pricing, bookings, landline service, Set-Top Box, content partnerships, preview plan migration, and more. As previously announced, Jio Fiber will be offered to consumers in 1,600 towns across the country. Here’s a compilation of everything announced related to the Jio Fiber commercial launch.
According to Reliance Jio, the company will initially be offering a total of six prepaid plans, dubbed as Bronze (Rs. 699 per month), Silver (Rs. 849 per month), Gold (Rs. 1,299 per month), Diamond (Rs. 2,499 per month), Platinum (Rs. 3,999 per month), and Titanium (Rs. 8,499 per month). The Jio Fiber Bronze and Silver plans will offer a data speed of 100Mbps, whereas the Gold and Diamond plans will come with 250Mbps and 500Mbps Internet speeds, respectively. Both Platinum and Titanium plans will provide 1Gbps data speed. Alongside these monthly plans, Jio Fiber will also provide long-tern 3-month, 6-month, and 12-month plans.
|Jio Fiber Month Plans||Bronze||Silver||Gold||Diamond||Platinum||Titanium|
|Price||Rs. 699||Rs. 849||Rs. 1,299||Rs. 2,499||Rs. 3,999||Rs. 8,499|
|FUP||100GB + 50GB||200GB + 200GB||500GB + 250GB||1250GB + 250GB||2500GB||5000GB|
The company says each of the Jio Fiber plans will come with unlimited data download and upload, however there will be a FUP, starting with 100GB of the base Bronze plan, and going up to 5000GB for the top-end Titanium plan. Jio will also offer free extra high-speed data up to 250GB, depending on the plan, initially. This extra data is separate from each plan’s FUP limit. The 1Gbps plans won’t get any extra free data.
In addition to Internet connectivity, each of the Jio Fiber plans will offer free domestic voice calls via the company’s Home Phone landline service, TV video calling, gaming, and Norton antivirus for up to 5 devices. Specifically, the Jio Fiber Platinum and Titanium plan users will also get access to Jio VR platform, Jio First-Day First-Show movies service, and special sports content.
Further, the Jio Fiber subscribers for JioForever Gold annual plan will get a free Muse 2 Bluetooth speaker. Similarly, the Silver annual plan subscribers will get Thump 2 Bluetooth speakers. Diamond, and Platinum annual plan subscribers will get a free HD TV (different screen size for each plan). Gold plan subscribers will also get a free 24-inch HD TV but only if they opt for a two-year plan and Titanium annual plan subscribers will get a 43-inch 4K TV.
Six-month plans will come with one month of extra service and 50 percent extra data, whereas the 3-month plan will just provide 25 percent extra data.
According to Reliance Jio, the interested consumers can register for Jio Fiber service by going to the company website – Jio.com – or MyJio app. If Jio Fiber is available at your location, a Jio representative will connect with you. Jio.com now carries a clear “Book Now” option to register for a new connection. Clicking on that link offers two options – one for a new connection and other if you want to upgrade your existing Fiber connection.
There will a one-time charge for getting a new Reliance Jio Fiber connection – Rs. 2,500, out of which Rs. 1,500 will be a refundable security deposit for the Jio router. Rest Rs. 1,000 will be non-refundable installation charge.
Ever since Reliance Jio officially unveiled the Jio Fiber broadband (previously known as JioGigaFiber), the service has been slowly rolling out to select consumers as a part of a preview offer. These consumers were only being charged a refundable security deposit of either Rs. 4,500 or Rs. 2,500, depending on the router being issued to them. As Jio launches the Jio Fiber service commercially, the preview offer subscribers are being notified about the future of the Jio Fiber service for them.
In a notification on the MyJio app, Reliance Jio has noted that the existing Jio Fiber subscribers will be migrated to paid plans. The company also writes that it will be reaching out to the preview subscribers individually to let them know of the migration details. Meanwhile, the preview subscribers can continue using their Jio Fiber broadband without interruption. As the Jio Fiber preview subscribers are said to be in millions, the migration is likely to take some time if Jio indeed plans to reach everyone individually.