BSNL Broadband Unlimited Plans Updated to Offer Up to 6 Times More High-Speed Data


After revising its Rs. 299 broadband plan to offer more speed and data, state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is now again revising a slew of its unlimited broadband plans to offer more data benefits. The company has also introduced daily FUP limits on these plans, which wasn’t the case earlier, but it has increased the data offering by up to six times. The revised BSNL unlimited broadband plans include Rs. 675, Rs. 845, Rs. 999, Rs. 1,199, Rs. 1,495, Rs. 1,745 and Rs. 2,295 plans, with the most premium plan offering up to 35GB of data per day.

The revised BSNL BBG Combo ULD 675 broadband plan offers 5GB data per day at 10Mbps speeds. Therefore, the plan now offers 150GB of data benefit per month, instead of the earlier prescribed 35GB data. Apart from the daily 5GB data, this plan also offers unlimited voice calling benefits (local +STD) on any network within India.

The BSNL BBG Combo ULD 845 broadband plan now offers 10GB of data per day at 10Mbps speeds, offering 300GB of data instead of 50GB that was offered earlier. Post FUP limit speed and unlimited voice calling facility is also offered with this plan. Similarly, there’s also the BSNL BBG Combo ULD 999 and Combo ULD 1199 broadband plans that now offer 15GB of data per day and 20GB of data per day respectively, at 10Mbps speeds.

The BBG Combo ULD 1495 broadband plan used to earlier offer 140GB data per month, but now it offers 25GB data per day (750GB data in total). And the most premium BSNL BBG Combo ULD 2295 broadband plan offers 35GB of data per day at 24Mbps speeds. Earlier, it used to offer a total of 200GB data at 24Mbps speeds.

Lastly, BSNL has also revised its BSNL BBG Combo 1745 VDSL broadband plan that now offers 30GB data per day at 16Mbps speeds. Earlier, this plan used to offer 140GB of data at 16Mbps speed, and 2Mbps after the FUP limit was crossed.

Tthe unlimited voice calling benefit and the 2Mbps speed downgrade after the FUP limit is crossed is valid across all plans. These BSNL broadband plans have been revised in all circles. All of the new plans can be viewed on the BSNL website.

As mentioned, the BSNL Rs. 299 broadband plan was recently also revised to offer 1.5GB of data per day at a download speed of up to 8Mbps. This brings a total data offering of 45GB for 30 days. Upon exceeding the limit, customers will get data access at up to 1Mbps speed. The broadband plan also gives unlimited local and STD voice calls within India on BSNL network only. For other networks in the country, the plan offers unlimited voice calls between 10:30pm to 6am and on Sundays. It also comes bundled with free voice calling benefits worth Rs. 300 on networks other than BSNL.



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SpaceX Gets Nod To Launch 12,000 Broadband Satellites: Report


Starlink is to provide constant global internet coverage from orbit (Representational)

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Elon Musk’s SpaceX has received approvals from the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to put a constellation of nearly 12,000 satellites into orbit that would foster cheap wireless Internet access by the 2020s.

In March, the FCC gave SpaceX permission to launch 4,425 low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellites, and on Friday it signed off on another 7,518, Sputnik reported on Saturday.

These 11,943 satellites — between 220 and 1,100 pounds in size — will form the expansive Starlink broadband network, designed to provide worldwide high speed internet access by ensuring that at least one satellite is always above the horizon for anyone on Earth.

“From providing high-speed broadband services in remote areas to offering global connectivity to the Internet of Things through ‘routers in space’ for data backhaul, I’m excited to see what services these proposed constellations have to offer,” FCC Chairman Ajit Pai was quoted as saying.

“Our approach to these applications reflects this commission’s fundamental approach: encourage the private sector to invest and innovate and allow market forces to deliver value to American consumers,” Mr Pai added.

Starlink is SpaceX’s ambitious project to provide constant global internet coverage from orbit. The project is expected to cost $10 billion to develop, and SpaceX aims to have the constellation operational by the mid-2020s, the Verge reported.

Currently, SpaceX has only two of those roughly 12,000 satellites in orbit: TinTin A and B — two test satellites it launched in February.

The company has dramatically increased its launch capacity in 2018, with four more scheduled for a total of 22 launches.

It has also expanded its payloads, with a scheduled launch on Monday carrying 71 small probes for various commercial enterprises on a Falcon 9 rocket dubbed the “SmallSat Express”, the Sputnik reported.

Besides SpaceX, the FCC also approved three other companies with much smaller projects: 140 satellites for Kepler, 117 for Telesat and 78 for LeoSat, meaning that the agency voted to permit the placing of 7,859 more human-made objects into orbit.

The FCC is worried, however, what the dramatic expansion of man-made objects in low orbit will mean for the growing problem of space junk, the report said.





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Jio GigaGiber Launch: Vodafone’s You BroadBand Offers 4 Months Free Subscription to Existing Users


Jio GigaGiber Launch: Vodafone's You BroadBand Offers 4 Months Free Subscription to Existing Users

You Broadband has announced a free subscription benefit for existing users

To take on Jio GigaFiber, Vodafone owned You Broadband has announced up to four months of free subscription to existing users. The company has announced that all users who upgrade their validity till 12 months will get four months extra; effectively letting the subscriber use the broadband connection for 16 months, at an annual price plan rate. The company has also given benefits to existing users upgrading their validity to a quarterly or half yearly basis. This offer is valid only till September 30.

As per the company, these free months will be offered if the recharge is done through the official website exclusively. You Broadband notes that if the current user is on a one-month validity plan, they can upgrade to a three-month plan and get one month subscription free, or upgrade to a six month plan and get two months subscription free, or upgrade to a twelve month plan and get four months subscription free. A user who is currently on the quarterly plan, can only upgrade to six month and twelve month validity plan and avail two or four months subscription free, respectively. Similarly, a user who currently enjoys the half year validity can only upgrade to the twelve month validity plan and avail four months subscription free.

As mentioned, this plan will expire on September 30, and to get the offer resources, a subscriber needs to apply the promo code UPGRADE33 during checkout. This offer is for existing users, presumably to keep them from switching to other lucrative broadband companies, particularly after Jio GigaFiber registrations went live last month. BSNL has also been refreshing its broadband plans with more benefits in the wake of new competition in this space.



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BSNL FTTH Broadband Plans Revised to Offer Up to 3.5TB Data to Compete With Jio GigaFiber


BSNL FTTH (Fibre to the Home) broadband offerings have been revised to now offer more data at faster speeds, in a possible attempt to take on Jio GigaFiber, for which registrations began recently on August 15. Four premium offerings in the BSNL high-speed fibre range of plans have been upgraded – namely, the ones priced at Rs. 3,999, Rs. 5,999, Rs. 9,999, and Rs. 16,999. BSNL has increased both the download limit caps as well as the plan speed for these four. The revised plans will be effective pan India (wherever BSNL has coverage) starting September 1, 2018. Jio GigaFiber plans, on the other hand, have not been revealed yet.

Let’s go over the new revisions to BSNL’s FTTH plans, as first reported by Telecom Talk. The Rs. 3,999 now comes with a download limit of 750GB, speeds of up to 60Mbps, and post-FUP speed of 4Mbps. This compares to a 500GB download cap at 50Mbps in the most recent revision back in July.

The Rs. 5,999 FTTH plan now comes with 70Mbps data access speeds with a limit of up to 1,250GB for the entire month. Post-FUP speed is set at 6Mbps. Previously, this plan came with 1,000GB of data at 60Mbps download and upload speeds. Moving on to the high-ranking Rs. 9,999 broadband plan, it now offers 2,250GB of data access at speeds of up to 100Mbps, compared to 2000GB at 80Mbps in the recent revision. Post-FUP speed stands at 8Mbps.

Lastly, the most premium FTTH broadband plan priced at Rs. 16,999 comes with a humongous data limit of 3,500GB or 3.5TB at speeds of up to 100Mbps. The last revision had brought the plan up to 3TB of data at 100Mbps.

On a related note, DTH service provider Tata Sky in late August launched its high-speed broadband service to take on Jio GigaFiber’s upcoming wider public release. Tata Sky will provide speeds ranging between 5Mbps and 100Mbps with unlimited Internet access.



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Airtel Offers 3-Month Netflix Access on Select Postpaid, Broadband Plans


Airtel Offers 3-Month Netflix Access on Select Postpaid, Broadband Plans

Airtel postpaid users can now pay for Netflix subscription with their monthly bills

Airtel postpaid users will soon be able to access Netflix content through the Airtel TV and MyAirtel apps. The telecom operator has partnered with Netflix to introduce new content consumption benefits for its postpaid and V-Fiber Home Broadband plan subscribers. Airtel users will now be able to sign up to Netflix through the two apps and pay for its subscription using their Airtel bill. Furthermore, customers on eligible Airtel plans will receive three months of free Netflix access through the Airtel TV app and the MyAirtel app as well. The operator already has a partnership with Netflix rivals Amazon Prime Video and Hotstar.

Airtel is offering this 3-month free access to Netflix to postpaid and home broadband users on select plans. The company says that the details of eligibility will be announced in the coming weeks. Subscribers of these eligible plans will get to access Netflix for three months through the Airtel TV app and MyAirtel app. If you’re not a part of the select plans, you can upgrade to those plans to avail three months Netflix access. All those not on the plan can also sign up for Netflix, and pay for its monthly subscription through the Airtel bill. The telco states that Netflix content can be accessed on the apps through a dedicated row on the Airtel TV app. All those subscribers who get three-month free access will have to later pay for subscription, after the complimentary access period is over.

Gopal Vittal, MD & CEO (India & South Asia), Bharti Airtel said in a statement, “Partnerships are at the core of Airtel’s DNA and we are delighted to expand our strategic relationship with Netflix. Affordable high speed data services and growing smart devices have created a massive opportunity, perhaps one of the biggest in the world, for the uptake of content – both local and global. We look forward to working closely with Netflix to leverage this huge potential and continue delighting customers with some amazing offerings.”

Bill Holmes, Global Head of Business Development for Netflix said in a statement, “We are delighted to expand our partnership with Airtel and combine the latest technologies and the best of entertainment. Be it Sacred Games, Ghoul or Stranger Things, more and more fans are watching on mobile so we’re bringing together Netflix’s award-winning TV shows and movies with Airtel’s amazing mobile and broadband networks. Airtel customers will enjoy the simplicity of one monthly bill for their Netflix subscription and Airtel postpaid/home broadband bill.”



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Airtel Expands Unlimited Broadband Data Plans to More Cities as Jio GigaFiber Registrations Open


Just days after Reliance Jio started taking registrations for the highly anticipated Jio GigaFiber broadband service, Bharti Airtel has started expanding its truly unlimited broadband data offerings in more cities. The latest move, which is certainly aimed at taking on Jio GigaFiber, comes days after Airtel was spotted offering unlimited broadband plans in Hyderabad – without any explicit FUP limits. With the expansion, the same treatment has now been given by the New Delhi-based telco to its broadband subscribers in circles such as Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Delhi-NCR, Indore, Jamnagar, Kolkata, and Mumbai, among others. Airtel is also offerings benefits such as Amazon Prime subscription and data rollover to take on the GigaFiber service that is touted to deliver up to 1Gbps download speeds.

Initially, Airtel was offering unlimited broadband data to its subscribers in Hyderabad. The service provider notably brought unlimited data for all the existing plans in the city, even with the lowest, Rs. 349 plan that offers 8Mbps of Internet speed along with unlimited local and STD calls. However, as the Jio GigaFiber service is about to hit certain circles in India, Airtel has expanded its unlimited broadband data offering and removed the existing FUP limits to other circles as well.

As specified on its official site, Airtel subscribers in Mumbai can now avail unlimited broadband data with the Rs. 699 and Rs. 1,999 plans. Similar is the case for subscribers in Ahmedabad, Infocity Gandhinagar, Jamnagar, and Surat where the operator is offering unlimited broadband data on the Rs. 499, Rs. 599, and Rs. 1,099 plans. For subscribers in Chandigarh, Delhi, Indore, Jaipur, and Kolkata, Airtel has introduced its unlimited broadband offering on the Rs. 1,999 plan. Besides, there is unlimited broadband data on the Rs. 499 and Rs. 1,999 plans in Agra, Ambala, and Karnal.

It is worth pointing out here that while Airtel says that it is offering unlimited broadband data with no speed drop, it does specify the limit. The operator is also importantly offering the unlimited data benefit for personal and non-commercial use, like what debuted in Hyderabad last month. “It is clarified and stated that this benefit is only meant for personal and non-commercial use, and is not intended for any commercial use, or special or enterprise plans. The Fair Usage Policy for the unlimited plans is capped at 3,333GB (3.3TB) post which customers can enjoy unlimited speeds at 1024 Kbps,” the company revealed in its terms and conditions.

Having said that, the monthly limit of 3.3TB is quite sufficient for home usage and far better than what Airtel subscribers were getting previously. But essentially, the operator is still putting in place a FUP limit. However, it has started marketing the select plans with unlimited broadband data to start retaining its existing subscribers and attract new subscribers ahead of the public debut of Jio GigaFiber.

Alongside the unlimited broadband data offerings, Airtel is giving benefits such as Amazon Prime subscription and unlimited local and STD voice calls to persuade subscribers. There is also Airtel V-Fiber service that is touted to up to 300Mbps speed. The expansion of the unlimited data offering was first spotted by TelecomTalk.

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Jio GigaFiber Registrations Now Open: Here’s How the Jio Broadband Rollout Schedule Works


Jio GigaFiber registrations are now live, allowing potential users to express their interest in the service. The high-speed Jio GigaFiber broadband service will provide Internet access with speeds up to 1Gbps to both home users and businesses, and users can choose to give their home and office address for the same. It is important for users to make sure Jio GigaFiber registrations from their areas are sufficient in number as the Mukesh Ambani-led company will prioritise rollout of the Jio broadband service depending on the interest it receives from different areas. And to make sure fake demand is not created in certain areas, the registration process involves OTP to authenticate it.

Jio GigaFiber broadband plans have not been announced yet, but it was reported earlier this year that users will be provided 100Mbps, unlimited voice and video calling over VoIP, and access to JioTV app. RIL Chairman Mukesh Ambani had said last month that Jio GigaFiber will be launched in 1,100 cities across the country, but there is no date yet for the official rollout. The Jio broadband service had been in testing for the past couple of years, with users reporting download speeds of over 700Mbps.

How Jio GigaFiber broadband registrations work

  1. To register for Jio GigaFiber, go on the official Jio website’s GigaFiber page
  2. Here, enter your address by pressing the Change button. After you enter your address and hit the Submit button, the screen will still show the default address. Nonetheless, select whether the address you have entered is your home or work address.
  3. On the next page, enter your name and phone number, and hit the Generate OTP button
  4. Enter the OTP and select the type of locality (Society, Township, Developer, etc) and click on Submit

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The Jio GigaFiber registrations can be done online now

 

That’s it, you are done with Jio GigaFiber registrations and have expressed for interest in your area. You can also nominate other areas for the Jio broadband service, such as parents’ address, work address, etc. You do not need to pay any sum while registering. 

Jio GigaFiber will provide “wall-to-wall high-speed Wi-Fi coverage” and also power’s the company’s GigaTV and Smart Home solutions. For setting up the Jio GigaFiber network, the company will install a Jio GigaRouter at your home or office. The company says users will be able to stream 4K videos and play VR games on the network. It is not yet clear how many devices will be supported on the network at the same time.

The broadband network will also power the TV experience and the smart home suite. For large screen TVs, the company will install the GigaTV set-top box and provide a voice-activated remote to users. Consumers will be able to watch “600+ TV channels, thousands of movies, millions of songs, and any other type of content possible” with this set-top box the company says. The presentation showed apps such as JioTV, JioCinema, JioTVCall, JioSmartLiving, JioNetVelocity, JioCloud, MediaShare, and JioStore on a TV screen.

The bundled JioRemote will be able to take voice commands — users only need to speak aloud what they want to watch on TV and it will play the same “immediately on your TV.” It will work with multiple Indian languages, the company says, though it did not say which languages will be support.

Users will also be able to make video calls on TVs powered by Jio GigaFiber — video calls will be supported on other TVs using a Jio network, along with mobile phones and tablets on any network.

The Jio broadband network will also be at the heart of its smart home suite, which includes accessories such as audio dongle, video dongle, smart speaker, Wi-Fi extender, smart plug, outdoor security camera and TV camera, among others. Users will be able to monitor and control their GigaFiber-connected homes using a smartphone, including the temperature, lighting, gas, and water leakages. The company claims it will take just an hour to set up the smart home.


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Jio GigaFiber Registrations Open Online: How to Register for Jio Broadband


Registrations for Jio GigaFiber high-speed broadband are now officially open, allowing you to show your interest in the service. Jio GigaFiber was announced last month, and will provide speeds to 1Gbps, according to the company. For now, users can only register their interest for the Jio broadband service; the company will give priority to areas with the highest interest for the rollout. RIL Chairman Mukesh Ambani had said last month that Jio GigaFiber will be launched in 1,100 cities across the country, but there is no date yet for the official rollout. The Jio broadband service had been in testing for the past couple of years, with users reporting download speeds of over 700Mbps.

How Jio GigaFiber broadband registrations work

  1. To register for Jio GigaFiber, go on the official Jio website’s GigaFiber page
  2. Here, enter your address by pressing the Change button. After you enter your address and hit the Submit button, the screen will still show the default address. Nonetheless, select whether the address you have entered is your home or work address.
  3. On the next page, enter your name and phone number, and hit the Generate OTP button
  4. Enter the OTP and select the type of locality (Society, Township, Developer, etc) and click on Submit

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That’s it, you are done with Jio GigaFiber registrations and have expressed for interest in your area. You can also nominate other areas for the Jio broadband service, such as parents’ address, work address, etc. You do not need to pay any sum while registering. 

Jio GigaFiber will provide “wall-to-wall high-speed Wi-Fi coverage” and also power’s the company’s GigaTV and Smart Home solutions. For setting up the Jio GigaFiber network, the company will install a Jio GigaRouter at your home or office. The company says users will be able to stream 4K videos and play VR games on the network. It is not yet clear how many devices will be supported on the network at the same time.

The broadband network will also power the TV experience and the smart home suite. For large screen TVs, the company will install the GigaTV set-top box and provide a voice-activated remote to users. Consumers will be able to watch “600+ TV channels, thousands of movies, millions of songs, and any other type of content possible” with this set-top box the company says. The presentation showed apps such as JioTV, JioCinema, JioTVCall, JioSmartLiving, JioNetVelocity, JioCloud, MediaShare, and JioStore on a TV screen.

The bundled JioRemote will be able to take voice commands — users only need to speak aloud what they want to watch on TV and it will play the same “immediately on your TV.” It will work with multiple Indian languages, the company says, though it did not say which languages will be support.

Users will also be able to make video calls on TVs powered by Jio GigaFiber — video calls will be supported on other TVs using a Jio network, along with mobile phones and tablets on any network.

The Jio broadband network will also be at the heart of its smart home suite, which includes accessories such as audio dongle, video dongle, smart speaker, Wi-Fi extender, smart plug, outdoor security camera and TV camera, among others. Users will be able to monitor and control their GigaFiber-connected homes using a smartphone, including the temperature, lighting, gas, and water leakages. The company claims it will take just an hour to set up the smart home.



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Delhi Gets Free Wi-Fi, High-Speed Broadband Under Smart City Project


Parts of the national capital will now enjoy free Wi-Fi and high-speed broadband as Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh launched a slew of smart city projects on Monday.

During the inauguration at the Charkha Park in Connaught Place, Singh said that the New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC), by successfully launching the smart city initiative, has set an example before other aspiring smart cities in the country to follow.

Other initiatives which were inaugurated by the BJP leader include smart poles, solar tree, ideation centre, 50 LED interactive screens, Ambedkar Vatika, two hi-tech nurseries, four mechanical road sweepers, two litter picking machines and 10 auto tippers.

Minister of State for Communications and Railways Manoj Sinha, who was also present on the occasion, said that it is a proud moment that Digital India and Smart City Mission integrated into the initiatives launched by NDMC and MTNL in a joint venture.

“Online or offline is the status symbol in every person’s life today and it will be felicitated by the government reliable network provided by MTNL’s optical fibre broadband network,” Sinha said.

On the occasion, Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs, Hardeep Singh Puri said that with the efforts of NDMC, New Delhi would be the “nerve centre of the command and control of country’s digital and smart city mission.”

Meanwhile, Delhi Lt. Governor Anil Baijal suggested that the parking management system be integrated with information of vacancies in other nearby parking spots.

“Red light and over-speeding violation mechanism recorded by the Smart Poles, along with e-FIRs and female distress complaint should be recorded by the Digital Display panels in these smart infrastructures,” he said.



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Jio GigaFiber Broadband Registrations Begin August 15: All You Need to Know


Reliance Jio will begin registrations process for its Jio GigaFiber broadband services on August 15, bringing the masses one step closer to access to its high-speed network. At the RIL AGM last month, India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani had said that the Jio GigaFiber service will deliver download speeds of up to 1Gbps to users. For now, the service will be rolled out in 1,100 cities only, and will not be a pan-India initiative like the company’s telecom venture that was launched two years ago. The broadband service has been in testing since 2016 in a small number of cities, with users reporting speeds of over 700Mbps. If you are interested in Jio GigaFiber, we list down everything you should know about it.

Jio GigaFiber broadband registrations

The Jio GigaFiber registrations begin on August 15 but it is just that – registrations. This means you will not get the service right away after registering your interest (except in areas where it is already rolled out). Instead, the company will gauge the demand from all locations and start the operations in areas with the most demand for its high-speed broadband network. In fact, Ambani in his AGM speech said, “we will prioritise our Jio GigaFiber rollout to those localities from where we receive the highest number of registrations.”

You will be able to register for Jio GigaFiber from the MyJio app and Jio.com website. Unlike the Jio Phone last year, users interested in the broadband network will not have to pay any sum while registering their interest.

Jio GigaFiber broadband plans

There is no official word on the Jio GigaFiber plans yet, but consumers will have to pay a Rs. 4,500 refundable sum for the router in areas where the service is already available. The service is free for the first three months, as was the case with the Jio telecom network in 2016. There are no plans in these areas for now, but it is widely expected that Jio will have a few plans when it rolls out in 1,100 cities. These may include a free tier to introduce broadband to users who have not used it till now, as well as paid tiers with high data download allocations.

Jio GigaFiber installation and Jio GigaTV

To set up the Jio GigaFiber network, the company will install a Jio GigaRouter at your home or office. This router will provide “wall-to-wall high speed Wi-Fi coverage” – the company in its presentation claimed 1Gbps download speed and 100Mbps upload speed. The company says users will be able to stream 4K videos and play VR games on the network. It is not yet clear how many devices will be supported on the network at the same time.

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Jio GigaFiber network will power the GigaTV and smart home accessories too

 

The broadband network will also power the TV experience and the smart home suite. For large screen TVs, the company will install the GigaTV set-top box and provide a voice-activated remote to users. Consumers will be able to watch “600+ TV channels, thousands of movies, millions of songs, and any other type of content possible” with this set-top box the company says. The presentation showed apps such as JioTV, JioCinema, JioTVCall, JioSmartLiving, JioNetVelocity, JioCloud, MediaShare, and JioStore on a TV screen.

The bundled JioRemote will be able to take voice commands — users only need to speak aloud what they want to watch on TV and it will play the same “immediately on your TV.” It will work with multiple Indian languages, the company says, though it did not say which languages will be support.

Users will also be able to make video calls on TVs powered by Jio GigaFiber — video calls will be supported on other TVs using a Jio network, along with mobile phones and tablets on any network.

The Jio broadband network will also be at the heart of its smart home suite, which includes accessories such as audio dongle, video dongle, smart speaker, Wi-Fi extender, smart plug, outdoor security camera and TV camera, among others. Users will be able to monitor and control their GigaFiber-connected homes using a smartphone, including the temperature, lighting, gas, and water leakages. The company claims it will take just an hour to set up the smart home.


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