Reliance Jio Infocomm has started rolling out its Jio Fiber (Fiber To The Home or FTTH) service in Mumbai, as per a report.
As reported by India Today, there are some buildings in Mumbai where users can subscribe to the telecom service and Rushabh Vora, a resident of Rahul building in Walkeshwar Road, informed the publication that Jio Fiber connectivity is available in his building and people are already using it and the telco claims that FTTH offers speeds up to 1Gbps, but users are getting somewhere between 70Mbps to 100Mbps.
As part of the introductory offer, Jio is offering three months of free and unlimited high speed internet access to its users but they have to pay Rs 4,500 as charges for the router and along with this, the company has not yet revealed the amount users will have to pay after the end of three months and moreover, it has also not explained the process of how one can apply for a Jio FTTH connection.
Recently, a report suggesting Reliance Jio’s plans to launch a feature phone with 4G VoLTE support surfaced online and Jio’s VoLTE feature phones are likely to have front-facing and rear cameras, and may come bundled with apps such as Jio Chat, Live TV and video-on-demand and the company may also push its digital wallet service, Jio Money Wallet, according to people familiar with the matter.
Source by gadgetsnow.com