Jio-Fiber-REgistration

As we reported earlier, Reliance Jio is testing its JioFiber broadband. Earlier, the preview testing of JioFiber was being done in some areas of Mumbai. Now, the Reliance Jio Fiber Access Terminal has been spotted in some apartments in Hyderabad.

Reliance Jio, in a report had confirmed that it will be testing the JioFiber in more cities. Hyderabad seems to be the company’s next choice for trials.

As of now, Reliance Jio is providing this preview offer in residential apartments only. The JioFiber preview offer is similar to the Jio 4G preview where users were allowed to use 4G Data for free for a limited period of time.

Reliance Jio Fiber Access Terminal

 

The only difference between the two preview offers is that while the 4G preview offer was free, the users who wish to get the JioFiber Preview will have to pay a refundable security deposit of Rs. 4,500. This is mentioned on Reliance Jio’s website.

Under the JioFiber Preview, users will get 100 Mbps speeds with an FUP of 100 GB per month. Users will get this for 3 months for free. Users who wish to get the JioFiber Preview will have to pay a refundable security deposit of Rs. 4,500. This may be a security deposit for the Modem.

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The Jio website also showcases the Router that will be used by Reliance Jio. Just beside this image, the company has also listed the features that make JioFiber unique.

Jio fiber modem

Next, the company says that multiple devices can be connected and you can also manage your account. This is evident from an image on the website that shows an app like My Jio.

My Jio Fiber

In this app, you will be able to check your remaining data, your current plan and the devices connected. From this image we can also know that the current 100 Mbps plan has been named as TEST – Silver Plan. We hope that Reliance Jio will come with better plans such as plans without FUP, allowing users to enjoy high speed data without any limits.

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