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Reliance Jio Begins Billing New Customers, Asks Existing Ones to Select Home Broadband Plans

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Dec 3, 2019 11:11 AM 1 min read

Jio begins billing new customers, asks existing one to select home broadband plans. 



Reliance Jio begins billing new customers and asks existing ones to select home broadband plans.

The Golden Days: In a move that is expected to open up revenue streams and boost profitability for the telco giant, Reliance Jio has begun billing its new customers and asked existing ones to select home broadband plans.


Jio has begun onboarding some 500,000-odd users who had signed up for JioFiber trials well before the September commercial launch to specific tariff plans. Alongside this, existing customers who had opted for the trials are being told that free home broadband services will be discontinued shortly and they need to migrate to specific JioFiber plans to stay connected.


FYI: JioFiber’s tariff plans range from Rs. 699 to Rs. 8,499 a month, with speeds from 100 Mbps to 1Gbps. The plans are bundled with services such as gaming, home network sharing, TV video calling and conferencing, device security and access to a content platform. ET Telecom News


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