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Reliance Jio Infocomm has priced the monthly plans for its optical fiber-based broadband service JioFiber between Rs. 699 and Rs. 8,499. The telecom arm of billionaire Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries, which commercially rolled out its “fiber-to-the-home” service JioFiber on September 5, is offering internet speeds to the tune of 100 Mbps-1 Gbps in six monthly plans, according to a company statement. These six JioFiber plans – named Bronze, Silver, Gold, Diamond, Titanium and Platinum – offer the subscribers total high speed data of 150-5000 GB, according to Reliance Jio, which completed three years of commercial service on September 5 this year.

Features of JioFiber monthly plans
Each of the six JioFiber packs comes with features including free voice calls across the country, TV video calling and gaming services, according to Reliance Jio. Also, the top three plans – priced at Rs. 2,499, Rs. 3,999 and Rs. 8,499 – include “platform access to first day-first show” movies and sports content additionally, according to the company.

Each of the six JioFiber plans also includes features such as TV video calling or conferencing worth Rs. 1,200 per year, and “zero-latency gaming” worth another Rs. 1,200 per year, according to the company statement.

Internet speed offered by Jio in JioFiber monthly plans

JioFiber Monthly PlanInternet speed Total high speed data
JioFiber Bronze100 Mbps 150 GB (100 GB + 50 GB extra)
JioFiber Silver100 Mbps 400 GB (200 GB + 200 GB extra)
JioFiber Gold250 Mbps750 GB (500 GB + 250 GB extra)
JioFiber Diamond500 Mbps 1500 GB (1,250 GB + 250 GB extra)
JioFiber Platinum1 Gbps 2500 GB
JioFiber Titanium1 Gbps 5000 GB
(Source: Reliance Jio)

JioFiber monthly subscription price
“Bronze” JioFiber plan at Rs. 699 a month, “Silver” at Rs. 849, “Gold” at Rs. 1,299, “Diamond” at Rs. 2,499, “Platinum” at Rs. 3,999 and the highest monthly plan “Titanium” at Rs. 8,499. Reliance Jio has said that the plans are priced “at less than one-tenth the global rates” with an aim to make them accessible “for all”.

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