As reported by TelecomTalk, Jio Fiber users will not get a ‘Truly Unlimited’ experience on their new (changed) plans, as the company’s Terms and Conditions page states that the commercial usage policy limit of 3.3 TB or 3300 GB of data is exhausted. Later their broadband speed will be limited to 1 Mbps. The report further states that the company’s policy page states that these plans are ‘for personal use’ and that the company ‘reserves the right to discontinue free voice and unlimited data benefits at any time’. As we told you, at the time of the announcement, the company had called all the changed plans as ‘Truly Unlimited’.
The terms and conditions also say that users who have given a security amount of Rs 3,500 for the connection will be given a high-range CPE (customer premise equipment) by the company and those who have paid Rs 1,500 will be given a mid-range CPE (customer premise). Equipment).
Gadgets 360 was not able to independently verify the revised terms and conditions on the Jio Fiber website.
Recall that in late August the company had made changes to its existing plans and also introduced a new Rs 399 plan in the lineup. Apart from this, the company has promised that now the download speed and upload speed will remain the same in the new plan.
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