For the unintended, JioFiber is the upcoming broadband services from Reliance Jio.
Reliance Jio's website doesn't have a mention of JioFiber or the preview offer. Jio is said to offer a minimum of 100Mbps for the home broadband consumers, and the plans will likely be priced at affordable rates. Though there is no defined timeline yet for the official launch of the JioFibre broadband service, some details of the offers that the company might give at launch were leaked online a few days ago.
Sources familiar with the development have earlier told The Mobile Indian that "Jio is now testing the Fibre to Home network and DTH services and will make an official announcement related to its commercial launch pretty soon".
Reliance Jio is all set to launch its much-awaited Fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) broadband services in India.
With the help of these products, Jio will offer a slew of services such as HD TV and Video on Demand (VoD) and JioCloud offering under home entertainment bouquet.
Earlier, in September 2016, users had shared details about how the testing had begun in some select residential colonies in the city of Chennai. Meanwhile, according to Jio's plans, it will only take about a minute to download 100 photos (500MB) on Jio's network.
Now, the question is, whether Jio would be able to meet the standards set by ACT Fibernet, which is offering 1 Gbps speed in Hyderabad.
There are two plans which customers can avail under the scheme - 1) users get a 100 percent exchange deal where they'll need to hand over their existing datacard, dongle or hotspot router at any Jio Digital store or Jio Care store and will get 4G data worth Rs 2,010 against the device exchanged. Pilot services were rolled out in Mumbai.
As with the passing day, Reliance Jio is launching its new services and products, it is expected that slowly and steadily Jio will be one of the market leaders in each and every segment.
Jio Giga Fiber Volume-based plans. "There has been a brief hiatus in market where both Jio's free service and demonetisation played an equal role", Lynn Wang, MD, TP-Link India, said.