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Reliance Jio Fiber vs Airtel Fiber: Which plan is better – Find out

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Jio disrupts the market again! 

After disrupting mobile services in 2018, Reliance Jio is all set to create a massive flutter even in the broadband segment. The company, in its latest announcement, has offered up to 1Gbps of speed, free smart TVs with select annual data plans, and lots more. Now, this has thrown the challenge to rivals like Airtel and in a bid to match this offer, it has come with its own plan which offers 1Gbps along with a new Xstream hardware-software platform.
As far as the entry plan of Reliance Jio Fiber is concerned, its entry-level monthly plan, which is categorised as Bronze, is offered at Rs 699. This plan comes with 100Mbps speed with 100GB data per month. Also, this is combined with 50GB additional data which will be available for six months.
Not only this, the company is also combining Rs 1,200 worth TV video calling/conferencing platform, as well as Rs 1,200 worth gaming, home networking (content sharing at home and outside), and Rs 999 worth Norton device security platform.
As far as the welcome plan is concerned, Reliance Jio Fiber offers up to Rs 699 which also has Jio Home Gateway (worth Rs 5,000) and Jio 4K set-top-box (Rs 6,400). Users will also get access to JioCinema and JioSaavn for three months. And to top it all, users will also get free landline calling service.
We now take a look at Airtel’s base plan, which is also known as Basic plan and this one is priced at Rs 799. This aforementioned plan comes with up to 40Mbps of data speed along with unlimited local and STD calling.
Also, it offers 100GB data as well as 200GB bonus data which is valid for six months. If we take a look at Airtel Basic plan which is also eligible for Airtel Thanks Benefit. Not only this, but Airtel is also combining the Xstream platform with the plan, which will give free access to Amazon Prime, Zee5 Premium, and Netflix.
Which plan are you more likely to subscribe to?

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