Reliance JioFiber postpaid broadband plans are now available for new and existing JioFiber users in India. Reliance Jio has rolled out the postpaid broadband plan option with no setup fees or security deposit required to receive the service. Currently, the postpaid billing option is available for all JioFiber broadband plans that are also available in the prepaid billing avatar, but you will need to choose between semi-annual and annual payment options for postpaid. This gives JioFiber another dimension in its arsenal in home broadband battles with Airtel Xstream broadband as well as Tata Sky Broadband and ACT Fibernet, to name a few.
Prices start at Rs 399 per month for the 30 Mbps broadband plan, and you can choose from speeds of up to 1 Gbps, with video streaming subscriptions including Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Disney + Hotstar bundled with plans offering speeds of 150 Mbps or more. “Subscribers are provided with advance rental options in all plans with associated benefits and discounts,” says Reliance Jio in the JioFiber postpaid plan terms and conditions. They also say that subscribers are free to opt for any of these options or take advantage of the monthly billing option. The 6-month and annual postpaid JioFiber broadband options reflect the prices as well as the unlimited data plans that were available on the prepaid versions of the same broadband plans, with 30-day top-up validity, and prices starting at Rs 399 per month.
JioFiber prepaid plans: The Reliance JioFiber prepaid broadband plans, which were available until now, are priced at Rs 399 with a validity of 30 days for each top-up. In fact, the entry price is lower than that offered by Airtel Xstream, which offers plans starting at Rs 499 per month for the 40 Mbps plan. Reliance Jio’s Rs 399 per month plan allows you to get unlimited data with speeds of 30 Mbps while Rs 699 plan syncs speeds of 100 Mbps. The Rs 999 plan with speeds of 150 Mbps is the starting point for subscription offers for video streaming apps including Amazon Prime Video, Disney + Hotstar VIP, Sony Liv, Zee5 and Lionsgate Play, for a total of 12 subscriptions. groups. Subscribe to the next set of broadband plans and you will also get the bundled Netflix subscription, which makes a total of 13 streaming subscriptions included with your JioFiber broadband plan. These are priced at Rs 1499 for 300 Mbps, Rs 2499 for 500 Mbps and Rs 3999 for speeds of 1 Gbps.
JioFiber Broadband Postpaid with 6 months billing: All JioFiber broadband plans offer unlimited data usage and free unlimited local and national calls as well as from the landline. These broadband plans offer symmetrical speeds, which means the same upload and download speeds for the plan you choose. If you choose the 6 month billing option, you will pay Rs 2394 for the 30 Mbps broadband plan while the 100 Mbps plan is priced at Rs 4,194 for a 6 month period. The 150 Mbps plan is priced at Rs 5,994 for 6 months and includes subscriptions for Amazon Prime Video, Disney + Hotstar VIP, Sony Liv, Zee5, Sun NXT, Voot Select, Voot Kids, AltBalaji, Hoichoi, ShemarooMe, Lionsgate Play, Discovery + , Eros Now, JioCinema and JioSaavn. The higher speed options also add the Netflix subscription to this list. These plans are the 300Mbps plan which costs Rs 8,994 for 6 months, the 500Mbps plan which costs Rs 14,994 for 6 months and the 1Gbps plan which costs Rs 23,994 for the same duration.
JioFiber Broadband Postpaid with 12 months billing: If you want to pay annually for these JioFiber broadband packages, you will pay 12 months in advance: Rs 4788 for 30 Mbps, Rs 8388 for 100 Mbps, Rs 11988 for 150 Mbps, Rs 17 988 for 300 Mbps, Rs 29988 for 500 Mbps and Rs 47988 for Broadband of 1 Gbit / s. These plans combine the same video streaming app subscription plans, plus unlimited use of free local and national data and voice calls. The 6-month and annual postpaid JioFiber broadband options reflect the unlimited data as well as subscription plans available on the prepaid versions of the same broadband plans, with a 30-day top-up validity.
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