Jio Fiber Registration: How to Register for Jio Giga Fiber

How to Register for Jio GigaFiber

Reliance is all set to disrupt the broadband market as it recently announced its much anticipated Jio Giga Fiber service in India. The plan offers speedy net connection ranging from ₹700 up to ₹10,000 per month. Mukesh Ambani, Reliance Chairman, and Managing Director has assured a base speed of 100 MBPS, while the flagship plan will get 1 GBPS.

Jio Fiber Registration

The company aims to connect over 20 million residences and 15 million businesses with Reliance JioFiber. To do so, it has been testing the service in 5 lakh homes already. Reliance is taking the feedback of these users and improving upon the service for its final launch. With the plan, users will also get a landline phone that will let users call any network in the country without any charges.

Reliance hasn’t revealed any detailed plans except the minimum and maximum price range. Reliance has also announced JioFiber Welcome Offer, wherein users will get a free D/4K television set and a 4K set-top box.

So, if you are interested in Jio Giga Fiber, scroll down to know the registration process.

How to register for the Jio Giga Fiber

Step 1: Open your browser and go to the Jio Giga Fiber Registration website.

Step 2: Enter the address where you want the connection to be installed.

Step 3: Fill all the requested details, like Name, email ID and your mobile number.

Step 4: You will receive an OTP on your mobile number and email address. You will have to enter this OTP on the website.

Step 5: You will get a call from a Reliance Jio executive to set up a meeting with you to verify your ID and address proof.

You have successfully registered for Jio Giga Fiber. The service will be officially launched from September 5.


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