Reliance Jio AirFiber launches quarterly Plans and decreases installation costs

The Rs 888 plan with additional subscriptions to Netflix, and Amazon Prime Lite is restricted to be chosen only for annual and semi-annual periods.

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Jio AirFiber Quarterly Plans

In a move to offer more flexibility and value to its customers, Reliance Jio has introduced new quarterly AirFiber plans and slashed the installation cost for its six-month plan from Rs 1,000 to Rs 500. The new quarterly packs include plans priced at Rs 599, Rs 899, and Rs 1,199 and Jio’s official website has been updated to reflect the same.

The Rs 599 plan, the basic option, costs Rs 2,121 for a three-month subscription (including 18% GST). It provides 1,000 GB of data at 30 Mbps speed and includes access to OTT content from 13 popular apps such as Disney+ Hotstar, Sony Liv, Zee5, JioCinema, Sun NXT, Hoichoi, Discovery+, ALTBalaji, Eros Now, Lionsgate Play, ShemarooMe, DocuBay, EpicOn, and ETV Win. The Rs 888 plan with additional subscriptions to Netflix, and Amazon Prime Lite is restricted to be chosen only for annual and semi-annual periods.

Jio AirFiber quarterly plans updated

The Rs 899 plan, costing Rs 3,183 for three months (including 18% GST), and the Rs 1,199 plan, priced at Rs 4,244 for three months (including 18% GST), both offer higher speeds of 100 Mbps up to 1,000 GB of data. While the Rs 899 plan includes the same OTT apps as the Rs 599 plan, the Rs 1,199 plan justifies its higher price by providing additional subscriptions to FanCode (via JioTV+), Netflix Basic plan, and Amazon Prime Lite membership.

Alongside the introduction of these quarterly plans, Reliance Jio has revised its installation pricing structure. New customers opting for the quarterly AirFiber plans will incur an installation fee of Rs 1,000. However, this fee is reduced to Rs 500 for those choosing the semi-annual plan and completely waived for customers selecting the annual plan.

However, a significant downside remains the Fair Usage Policy (FUP) limit of 1,000 GB. For users streaming content, this limit is likely to be insufficient, leading them to reach the cap quickly each month. Once the limit is exceeded, users must purchase additional data add-ons to maintain high-speed internet, which could deter potential customers from choosing Jio AirFiber.

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Only if they increase the fup in the plan, I will subscribe. 1000gb is too less for monthly usage and don't want to end up paying for addons

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Also they should launch internet only plan. Now OTT plan is compulsory in all the plans. Wish to see 399 plan similar to jio fiber in the future.

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