The Jio GigaFiber To Deliver Wall-To-Wall Broadband Service
Jio GigaFiber haslaunch in 1,100 cities across all over India. A Jio GigaFiber is a Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) broadband service which has been under testing for about two years now. Its main moto is to deliver wall-to-wall broadband service for mobile devices; it will also work on TVs with the help of GigaTV set-top boxes and smart home devices. Those who have GigaTV will also be able to make phone calls to other TVs, phones and tablets on Jio GigaFiber networks.
About The New Jio GigaFiber
After testing months in beta , Jio has now announced the official public launch of Jio GigaFiber with claimed speeds of up to 1 GBPS, Jio’s offering is expected to be the “biggest greenfield fixed line broadband service” in the world, Ambani said. Jio GigaFiber will be extended to homes, merchants, small and medium enterprises, and large enterprises simultaneously across 1100 cities all over India. Jio GigaFiber will provide you services such as Ultra HD entertainment on TV, multi-party video conferencing, voice-activated virtual assistant, virtual reality gaming and shopping. Not only that smart home solutions will be provided to subscribers, Users will also be able to connect VR headsets to their Jio GigaFiber network and view 360-degree content in 4K resolution, Kiran Thomas, President, Reliance Industries Limited, said.
How To Register For The Jio GigaFiber
The Registrations process for Jio GigaFiber will start from August 15 from the MyJio app and Jio.com. The company will prioritise the rollout of Jio GigaFiber in localities based on the interest it has received from registrations.
For GigaTV, subscribers can use voice commands on a microphone-enabled TV remote to access Jio apps such as Jio TV, Jio Cinema, Jio TV Call, and the likes. Isha Ambani on TV calling said, “You can call every other TV that is powered by Jio GigaFiber. You can also call a mobile or tablet connected to every network. Of course, the best experience will be on the Jio network.” and on the broadband services, she said, “Gone are the days of Mbps, now it will be all about Gbps.”