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Thursday, 9 February 2017

Reliance Jio Fibre Started Rolling Out Fot Its Users Apply Now!


Reliance Jio Fiber with 1 Gbps Speed, Jio Fiber FTTH Offer, Jio Fiber 3 Months Free InterNet Offer, Reliance Jio Launched. Reliance Jio Has Started Rolling Out The Much Famous And Awaited Service Jio Fiber Also Known As FTTH-Fiber to The Home In Mumbai According To Some Reports.

Jio FTTH

Reliance Jio Fiber To The Home Started Rolling Out

As Reported In India Today Jio Has Started Rolling Out Its Very High Speed Internet Service Jio Fiber FTTH In Mumbai

Rushabh Vora, a resident of Rahul building in Walkeshwar Road, informed that Jio Fiber connectivity is available in his building and people are already using it.

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Reliance Jio Fiber Real Speed

Reliance Jio Has Claimed That Jio Fiber AKA FTTH Will Offer Upto 1 Gbps Download Speed But Users Are Getting 70-100 Mbps Speed While Downloading



Reliance Jio Fiber Welcome Offer – Free Fiber Internet

As You Already Know That Jio Has Launched Its 4G Services With Jio Preview Offer and Later Jio Welcome Offer With Unlimited Free 4G Services Like :

• Unlimited Free HD Calling
• Free HD Movie Streaming With Jio Movies
• Free Songs Streaming
• Live TV Streaming
• Same Like Jio 4G Services , Reliance Jio Fiber FTTH Offering 3 Months Free Internet Connectivity To Its Users.

Jio Fiber is Still In Its Initial Stage And started In Mumbai But Later It Will Be In Another Cities.

Reliance Jio Fiber FTTH Plans :

As Written Above Reliance Jio Fiber Is Offering Its Jio Fiber High Speed Internet Services Free Of Cost For First 3 Months But You have to pay Rs 4,500 as charges for the router
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Along with this, the company has not yet revealed the amount users will have to pay after the end of three months.

How to Buy & Apply For Jio Fiber FTTH Connection ?

Reliance Jio is In Initial Stage And Reliance has not explained the process of how one can apply for a Jio FTTH connection

So Everything Is Unclear Right Now About Jio Fiber FTTH , And Questions Are Still There Like :

• How to Apply For Jio Fiber FTTH Connection ?
• How to get Jio Fiber ?
• What are The Data Plans Of Reliance Jio Fiber?
• What Will be Download Speed in Jio Fiber?

Final Wording From Us

So Here is The Starting Details From Reliance Jio Fiber FTTH , Take Everything With Pinch Of Salt As Every Thing is Unclear Right Now. We Will Update You here With More Details

Friday, 3 February 2017

Google Now Launcher to be removed from Google Play by end of March

Soon, you will not be able to download the Google Now Launcher app. According to an email sent by the company to its Google Mobile Services (GMS) partners, it will remove the Google Now Launcher app from the Google Play Store sometime in the first quarter of 2017. That means the app will be gone from the store sometime before the end of March.

The email, sent to Android Police, indicates that while the Google Now Launcher app will soon won’t be available to download, the company still plans to support anyone who has already installed it on their phone or tablet with updates to the Google search app. GMS partners will no longer be able to offer new devices with Google Now Launcher after March 1, 2017. Existing devices can continue to use the app, and any new Android phones or tablets launched after March 1 will not be required to replace the app with something else.

The main reason for the change is that third-party Android devices can now integrate the Google Now panel on any launcher app, so there’s no need for Google to have a separate launcher of its own.

The Google Now Launcher was officially launched in February 2014, so its removal from the Google Play Store will come about three years after its first appearance. Even without the Google Now Launcher, Google still has its own launcher of course, in the form of the Pixel Launcher that went live in October 2016 for its Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones.

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Reliance Jio impact: BSNL lowers mobile internet rate to Rs 36 per GB

“Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has decided to offer up to four times extra data on existing data STVs (special tariff vouchers) available in the market,” BSNL said in a statement.

Reliance Jio impact: BSNL lowers mobile internet rate to Rs 36 per GB

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“Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has decided to offer up to four times extra data on existing data STVs (special tariff vouchers) available in the market,” BSNL said in a statement.

To counter threat from Reliance Jio, state-run telecom firm BSNL today slashed 3G mobile internet rates by about three-fourths, bringing down the cost of per GB data to as low as Rs 36 under a special pack.

“Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has decided to offer up to four times extra data on existing data STVs (special tariff vouchers) available in the market,” BSNL said in a statement.

Under Rs 291 plan, a customer will get four times more data at 8GB with a validity of 28 days against 2 GB earlier. The Rs 78 plan will offer double data at 2 GB.

“With these offers BSNL is now offering data at the rate of Rs 36 per GB which is one of the lowest in the Industry,” BSNL said.

 

Reliance Jio is offering free 4G service till March 31, 2017, under which its all mobile customers are getting 1 GB of 4G mobile broadband everyday and after consumption of 1GB, the speed gets reduced.

Other private operators have brought down the cost of per GB data to as low as Rs 50.

“We are committed to providing affordable mobile services for all segments of the prepaid mobile customers. These offers will be valid from February 6, 2017, on Pan India basis,” BSNL Board Director for Consumer Mobility RK Mittal said.

Jio has become largest broadband service provider in the country within three months of its commercial launch. It has 52.23 million broadband customers.

BSNL continues to dominate broadband market in fixed line services segment with 9.95 million customers and ranks fifth in mobile broadband space with 20.39 million subscribers. PTI PRS MR 02032140

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