Since the introduction of Reliance Jio GigaFiber in August last year, there are a lot of speculation regarding the actual launch and roll out dates. In a latest development, the Mukesh Ambani-led telco is reportedly testing an alleged ‘Triple Play’ plan. According to a report by TelecomTalk, the triple play plan offers unlimited voice calling, 100GB of high-speed data in addition to free Jio Home TV subscription and access to multiple Jio apps.
The report further suggests that the plan comes with a validity of 28 days and is available exclusively to Reliance Jio employees who have opted out the FTTH connection. As the plan is under-testing stage, there are no charges. However, Jio is yet to officially confirm the plan.
Major takeaway from the latest report is the inclusion of Jio Home TV subscription in the ‘Triple Play’ plan. Other reports suggest that this may be a hint to the fact that Jio is rebranding its GigaTV service as Jio Home TV. Reasons for the change are not yet known. It is important to note here that the Jio GigaTV is yet to be rolled out.
Meanwhile, the company has reintroduced its Jio Celebration Pack. Under this, Jio customers will get 10GB of additional 4G data for a period of 5 days. This means that users will get extra 2GB data per day beside the data offered by their existing plans. Daily data cap is 2GB per day as part of the celebration pack.
To check whether one has extra data under the Jio Celebration Pack, users can open the MyJio app and tap on My Plans at the top left corner. They can alternatively call the 299 toll-free number to confirm via SMS.