Jio Fiber to be launched September 5th which is announced by the billionaire Mukesh Ambani on Monday. It is promised to provide free voice calls for life from the landlines, along with 100 Mbps of minimum broadband speed. The subscription starting pack is from ₹700 for a month, and also the customer will be getting free HD TV set if they have subscribed to the annual plan. It was also announced in the 42nd Annual General Meeting (AGM) by the Reliance Industries chairman and managing director Mukesh Ambani.
Jio will be offering unlimited international call ing pack from landline to US and Canada for just ₹500 per month. Compared to the other packages offered by different network companies, it will be one fifth to one-tenth of the current market tariff. Jio fiber services will be available on a commercial basis from September 5th. It is declared that all the plans will be available for less than one-tenth of the global rates. The plans are price between ₹700 to ₹10,000 per month,
Each and every plan are bundled with subscription and provide all the premium over-the-top (OTT) applications. It is also confirmed that Premium Jio Fiber Customers will be offered with all the latest movie releases on the same day when it is gets released in the theatres. This means that the Jio customers get to enjoy the same movie from the living room. Although this service will be launched in mid-2020, this service will be known as Jio First Day First Show.
They are mainly focused on providing ultra-high definition entertainment on TV, which will also include voice-activated assistance, digital shopping, virtual reality game along with smart home solutions. Even the Jio postpaid plus service will provide priority sim setup service at home.
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