Reliance Industries limited chairman Mukesh Ambani with the launch of Jio services is already ruling the heart of the customers. In the telecom industry, he is doing great work so that people can have access of internet and other facilities at affordable rate. Now, RIL is back with another gift for its users as Reliance Jio Gigafiber is going to offer a Broadband -landline-TV combo service for ₹600 a month, and other facilities as well.
Nowadays, Reliance Jio is pilot-testing GigaFiber in New Delhi and Mumbai and soon as it is done it will rolled out commercially in year's time. The services offered will be 100 Gigabytes (GB) of data at 100 megabytes per second (mbps) for free, except for the ₹4,500 one-time deposit for a router. In the next three months, the telephone and television services will be added to it and all three services will remain free for about a year, a person who knows about the development said.
The landline service will have a unlimited calling facility while the television channels will be according to internet.
“All these offerings will be powered through an ONT (Optical Network Terminal) box router which can connect 40-45 devices such as mobile phones, smart TVs, laptops, tablets and a range of smart devices," the person above mentioned revealed. gaming, closed-circuit television and smart home system scan be the other services included in it.
The person further added that “While the triple combo—which will offer 600 channels with seven-day catch-up option, landline and 100 Mbps broadband—will be priced ₹600 a month, the tariff for adding other smart home services may cost extra and depending on the plan, the tariff could go up to₹1,000 a month,"
Reliance Industries limited chairman Mukesh Ambani in July at the last annual general meeting of Reliance Jio’s parent Reliance Industries Ltd had declared that GigaFiber will be the largest greenfield fixed-line broadband roll out globally, with simultaneous introduction in 1,100 cities across India.
The booking for the Reliance Jio GigaFiber had began from August last year.