JioFiber has become one of the most popular fiber broadband service providers in India. In a very short span of time, JioFiber has beaten a ton of internet service providers (ISPs) and gotten ahead of them. The primary reason for this is the ideology the ISP follows. It is worth noting that JioFiber is the broadband arm of Reliance Jio, India’s number one telecom operator currently. For the unaware, Reliance Jio is offering 1TB or 1,000GB of data for less than Rs 250. Let’s look at what this plan really is and what can users expect from it.
The 1TB Data Plan costs Rs 234.82 (including taxes) and lasts 7 days.
Users can enjoy speeds of 100 Mbps and upon consumption of fair-usage-policy (FUP) data, the speed throttles down to 1 Mbps.
Other features include free voice calling.
It should be noted that this is a ‘Data Sachet’ which can be bought after having consumed the FUP data offered by their base plan.
Those It Can Benefit
The need for the plan by the average internet consumer might not be much since JioFiber already offers 3.3TB of data with almost every plan.
Reliance Jio 1TB Data Plan
Reliance Jio’s fiber arm JioFiber offers users 1TB of data for Rs 199 only (exclusive of taxes). The 1TB data is available for the user for 7 days. Users get 100 Mbps speed with the plan and after consuming the fair-usage-policy (FUP) data, the user can resume consuming data at 1 Mbps speed. There is also free voice calling offered with this plan for 7 days. With taxes added, this plan would cost Rs 234.82.
Note that this is a ‘Data Sachet’. A user can purchase this plan after he/she has consumed all the FUP data offered by their plan. Since JioFiber offers 3.3TB of data to the users with almost its every plan, it is highly unlikely that this data sachet would ever be required by a user with average internet needs. Regardless, it is a satisfying offering from JioFiber if ever someone runs out of FUP data and only needs a very small amount of data for a few days.
This ‘data sachet’ will be applicable on top of any broadband plan that the user had purchased in the first place. It is worth noting that neither Airtel nor BSNL offer their users such a plan. In case Airtel or BSNL users run out of monthly FUP data with their broadband plan, they won’t be able to recharge with such an offer.