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Telecom company Reliance Jio had introduced its broadband service GigaFiber FTTH service. It has been in news for a long time for its rollout.
New Delhi, Jan 22, News24 Bureau: Telecom company Reliance Jio is back with some more good services for their users. After giving many affordable and interesting offers, Jio is back with some more. Telecom company Reliance Jio had introduced its broadband service GigaFiber FTTH service. It has been in news for a long time for its rollout. The company is also testing this service in several cities. But its official information of the rollout was not yet revealed.
However, the company had earlier told that Jio GigaFiber will be made available in 1100 cities first. The company had said that it will be made available in the cities in the first place where registration will be the highest.
Recently, Reliance Jio informed about the important developments in the rollout of this service. It also said that users have expressed interest in 1400 cities for Jio GigaFiber. Apart from this, Reliance Industries Limited is also waiting for the approval to complete its investment in Den Networks Limited, Hathway Cable and Datacom Limited. This will strengthen the business model of 27,000 LCO (local cable operators).
Previously, Jio GigaFiber was told to roll out in 1100 cities. But now people from 1400 cities have expressed their interest in this service. Now let's see that the company will roll out this service in which city first.At the same time, recently news came to light that Jio GigaFiber is expected to be available from March. However, this service has been made available as a trial in many places for free. There are many users in Delhi and Mumbai who are using this service.
Prior to the commercial launch of this service, Jio has rolled out this service trials in some places. These places include Ghaziabad, Gururgram and Noida. It's still in a soft launch phase. The company wants to extend this service to more and more users.(Image source- Internet)