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Reliance Jio is all over the country in the past few months. The new entrant quickly became an unstoppable force with its attractive welcome offer where they are offering everything for free.
But, what's more, interesting is that the telecom company might soon start offering broadband services in the country with a name 'Jio GigaFiber'. However, according to the leaked rumors, RJIL will first test the service in two cities, Mumbai and Delhi.
Furthermore, nearly two months ago, a new rumor popped online that the service is already under testing phase in Chennai, according to PhoneRadar. And some days later, the purported plans were leaked online and let's discuss what the Jio GigaFiber will offer when it goes official.
Packs Start at Rs. 500
The leaked report suggests that the RJIL will start offering the packs from Rs. 500 and the highest pack will be of Rs. 5,500. The Rs. 500 pack offers you 600GB of data with no speed cap and will be valid for 28 days.
RJIL to Offer in Day Packs As Well
This is much interesting. Reliance Jio is trying to change the entire telecom sector. As seen on other telecoms daily packs, the company might offer one day pack which costs Rs. 400 and user can enjoy unlimited data with a maximum cost.
The Rs. 5,500 Pack Offers 600Mbps Speed!
As said earlier, the maximum pack of all the plans is the Rs. 5,500 one which gives you a speed of 600Mbps and you will get 300GB of data per month. The leaked report did not reveal any info about the data speeds after limit exhaust.
Free for Three Months
RJIL is already testing the service in Chennai and according to our sources, Jio GigaFiber will also be offered in the Welcome offer, which means that the service will be free for three months.
Only for Mumbai, Chennai, and Delhi Users
Same as the case with Reliance Jio, the company will first start the service is some top-tier cities of India such as the Mumbai, Chennai, and Delhi users and later on the service will be expanded to other cities.
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