Reliance Jio launches Rs. 401 booster plan for AirFiber users

To get the Jio AirFiber Rs. 401 booster plan, an active AirFiber or AirFiber Max plan is required.

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Telecom service provider Reliance Jio has launched a new data booster plan for Jio AirFiber users. The new Jio AirFiber booster plan is priced at Rs. 401 and adds 1TB of high-speed data to the existing AirFiber and AirFiber Max plans. Here are the plan details.

Jio AirFiber Rs. 401 booster plan details

Jio AirFiber Rs. 401 plan is a data add-on pack that adds 1TB (1000GB) of high-speed data to the existing AirFiber and AirFiber Max plans. The data booster plan does not come with its own validity and requires an active base plan. Therefore, the validity of the Rs. 401 booster plan aligns with the active plan.

Furthermore, the internet speed of the Rs. 401 booster plan also depends upon the base active plan. For instance, if the base plan provides 30 Mbps speed, the booster plan will offer the same speed. Users can recharge with the Rs. 401 plan as many times as they want.

To get the Jio AirFiber Rs. 401 booster plan, users need to have an active AirFiber or AirFiber Max plan. The booster plan costs at Rs. 401 (18 percent GST applicable), and users can recharge the booster plan through the MyJio app and Jio website. Users can also check their data usage and validity through the MyJio app.

Jio AirFiber is currently available in 494 cities across India. Users can check the availability of Jio AirFiber in their location by visiting the Jio AirFiber website and checking their city’s name. Alternatively, users can visit their nearest Jio Store or give a missed call at 60008-60008 to inquire about the service and book a new Jio AirFiber connection.

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