Reliance Jio reportedly testing ‘Triple Play’ plan for its GigaFiber service

“Jio GigaFiber Triple Play plan offers 100GB data at 100Mbps speed with 28 days validity and includes Jio Home TV subscription” 

Reliance Jio, after testing its GigaFiber FTTH (fiber to the home) broadband service, has slowly started offering its FTTH services across various cities in India. During the preview period, the company offered 100Mbps plan with 100GB data per month. Now, Reliance Jio might be testing a new ‘Triple Play’ plan for its GigaFiber FTTH service with its employees, as spotted by TelecomTalk on the company’s website inside the Jio GigaFiber account. 

JioFiber Triple Play

The Triple Play plan comes with 28 days validity, offers 100GB data and the speed could be capped at 100Mbps. The plan also provides unlimited voice calling, Jio Home TV subscription, access to Jio app suite as well. While it is not confirmed officially, this leak hints that Jio’s IPTV could be termed as Jio Home TV. However, the pricing of the plan remains a mystery. Customers who opt GigaFiber, in areas where it is available, are getting the regular plan with 100GB data at 100Mbps speed with 30 days validity. 

Jio GigaFiber Triple Play plan is currently only available to Jio employees who are subscribed to the service. This also confirms that Jio has been running trials of its IPTV service with its employees as the Triple Play plan also offers Jio Home TV for 28 days. There is a possibility that Jio is planning on clubbing the internet, TV, and mobile plans under a single umbrella with a single billing system. While GigaFiber has been in a testing phase for a while, Jio now seems to be ramping it up and is expanding the service to customers across the country.

Sai Krishna is a close follower of tech and everything that has the word 'smart' involved. This makes him passionate to write about everything revolving around the world of technology. He can always be seen surfing the web and while he’s not working, you can find him re-watching Seinfeld and reading comics.
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