Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Reliance Jio Plans To Launch Fiber Broadband, TV Early Next Year In 30 Cities: Report

The 4G entrant will bundle its TV service with FTTH broadband to tap over 100 million TV households across these cities, including Tier II and III, the report said.
It further said that Jio will cover 50 million households in the first phase of roll out.
Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio is likely to launch high-speed fibre to the home (FTTH) broadband in more than 30 cities early next year, Business Standard reported.
The 4G entrant will bundle its TV service with FTTH broadband to tap over 100 million TV households across these cities, including Tier II and III, the report said. It further said that Jio will cover 50 million households in the first phase of roll out.
Jio, which has already garnered over 120 million 4G wireless subscribers, has already spread out over 300,000 kilometres of optic fibre in the country. The report said that half of 30,000 kms of this fiber is through a long-term contract with Anil Ambani’s Reliance Communications.

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