Reliance Jio launches two new data booster packs for Jio AirFiber users

The validity of the booster packs is co-terminus with the base plan, which means they will expire along with the base plan.

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Leading telecom service provider Reliance Jio has launched two new data booster packs for its 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) service, Jio AirFiber. The booster packs cost Rs. 101 and Rs. 251 and offer additional data benefits to users who have exhausted their monthly fair usage policy (FUP) of 1TB.

The Rs. 101 Jio AirFiber data booster pack provides 100GB of additional data at the same speed as the base plan, while the Rs. 251 Jio AirFiber data booster pack offers 500GB of extra data at the same speed as the base plan. The validity of the booster packs is co-terminus with the base plan, which means they will expire along with the base plan.

In addition, Reliance Jio also offers a Rs. 401 booster pack to its users. It provides an additional 1TB of data at the same speed and validity as the base plan.

Reliance Jio AirFiber Rs. 101 and Rs. 251 booster packs

Jio AirFiber is a wireless internet service that offers broadband-like high-speed internet connectivity to users using the Jio True 5G technology. Jio AirFiber plans start from Rs. 599 and go up to Rs 3,999, offering speeds from 30Mbps to 1Gbps. The plans also provide access to various OTT platforms, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, JioCinema, and more.

The booster packs can be purchased from the MyJio app or the Jio website, and users can recharge as many times as they need. Jio AirFiber is currently available in 3939 towns across India, and users can check its availability in their location by visiting the Jio AirFiber website.

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The validity of the booster packs is co-terminus with the base plan, which means they will expire along with the base plan.

Reliance Jio launches two new data booster packs for Jio AirFiber users

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Jio air fiber is really bad service go for wired service only.

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