Jio 4G Users to Get Rid of Signal Congestion & Get a Wi-Fi-like Experience Through JioGigaFiber

    Reliance Jio’s 4G plans have taken India a step ahead in the adoption of 4G. Jio’s 4G plans provide mobile data of high speed at a very affordable price. However, like the other side of the coin, the rapid increase in the number of users of Jio’s 4G plans made Wi-Fi adaptation and other broadband services very vulnerable in India.

    Jio 4G Users to Get Rid of Signal Congestion & Get a Wi-Fi-like Experience Through JioGigaFiber


    As per the report by OpenSignal, Wi-Fi is not given much importance in India by broadband service providers. They prefer 4G bandwagon and have been attracting masses of customers. This is one of the reasons why India has limited Wi-Fi proliferation.

    Jio 4G services are more popular due to the fact that they are relatively way more affordable than any other broadband service. The availability of 4G services on an affordable device like JioPhone makes it, even more luring for customers. Jio users don’t prefer Wi-Fi much due to all the above facts.

    Wi-Fi-like Experience
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    Moreover, Jio provides a superior network coverage that is likely to make Jio users need a Wi-Fi connection.

    However, the scenario is seemed to be changing as the number of Wi-Fi users are rising in India. Due to the network congestion on mobile, a Wi-Fi connection is required. People need high-speed data with consistency for gaming, streaming and other uses.

    Reliance has entered the arena of broadband with JioGigaFiber service. This service will open paths for Wi-Fi adoption in our country. JioGigaFiber broadband services will be available at competitive prices and will make broadband services more affordable, just like Jio’s 4G service in India.

    We hope that JioGigaFiber broadband services will make Wi-Fi services in India more popular.

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