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Jio will soon launch AirFiber, here’s what you need to know.

Jio AirFiber would deliver same high speed and service as traditional broadband.

Reliance Jio had made an extremely exciting announcement for the Indian market prior to the rollout of 5G. The telco had previously announced that Jio AirFiber, a new 5G FWA (fixed-wireless access) equipment, would be available to customers. The same high speed and service as regular broadband would be provided by Jio AirFiber. The only problem would be that this would use Jio’s 5G network. In conjunction with the India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2022, Reliance Jio presented the item. The telecom did not exactly provide a demonstration of how it would operate, but it did let those in attendance to get a good look at how it would seem.

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The Jio AirFiber would be a revolutionary product. The telco’s marketing strategy will be fascinating. Kiran Thomas, president of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), reportedly told an ET reporter that the product will soon hit the market. This indicates that by the end of 2023, normal consumers’ houses might have Jio AirFiber installed. Jio AirFiber will use 5G, which could be one of the reasons Reliance is accelerating the 5G deployment.

The product’s business strategies have not yet been made public. They will probably be disclosed later, closer to the time the product launches. With the Jio Fiber service, Reliance Jio has already gained access to millions of homes. It’s important to keep in mind that Jio AirFiber would, in some ways, compete with Jio Fiber services.

Jio AirFiber is a small gadget that can provide Wi-Fi connection over a single level in an area of 1000 square feet. The product has received a lot of attention in the past, and the buzz around it appears to be returning.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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