Jio GigaFiber Plan: Jio GigaFiber Plan to start from Rs 700, you will be able to watch new movies on TV on the day of release: Reliance Industries held its 42nd annual general meeting on Friday. At the event held at Birla Matrishri Auditorium in Mumbai, Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) Chairman Mukesh Ambani announced that on September 5, the company will launch Jio GigaFiber Plan across the country. He explained, “Jio Fiber aims to strengthen 24 lakh small and medium businesses … It will be launched with a simple and easy to understand tariff plan … Jio Fiber rates from Rs 700 to Rs 10,000 per month. Honi … Jio GigaFiber plans will go from 100 mb per second to 1 gb per second.
Mukesh Ambani told the group’s 42nd Annual General Assembly (AGM), “4K TV and 4K set top boxes will be given free of cost to customers who choose the Jio Forever plan, which will also have games from the world’s renowned companies. . “He added, in addition premium OTT applications will also be provided with Jio Fiber. He announced that along with the connection of Jio Fiber, a landline connection will also be given, through which voice calls will be free for life on any network across the country. Apart from this, by mid-2020, premium customers of Jio GigaFiber will be able to watch any movie sitting at home on the day of its release. Jio has named this scheme as ‘First Day, First Show’.
Set-top box Support Mixed Reality
According to Reliance Chairman, the set-top box will support mixed reality (MR) through the headset and through this you will be able to create your own 3D hologram. Mukesh Ambani said, “This year is the third anniversary of Jio on September 5 … Before India came there was ‘Data Dark’ in India, and now there is ‘Data Shining’ in India …” He informed that Jio has launched a calling plan to facilitate calling in the US and Canada at a price of Rs 500 per month. He also told that Jio has crossed the figure of 34 crore subscribers, and one crore subscribers are joining Jio every month.
Sold 49 per cent Stake to UK
Also at the Annual General Assembly (AGM), Mukesh Ambani said, “Reliance will get Rs 7,000 crore from selling 49 per cent stake in its fuel retail business to UK BP …” Saudi Aramco, 75 of Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) It will buy a 20 percent stake in the ‘oil to chemical’ business valued at US $ billion, and will invest about $ 15 billion in RIL for this. Saudi Aramco will supply 5,00,000 barrels of crude oil per day to Reliance’s refineries after purchasing this stake.