UPDATE (September 9): A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Jio's new broadband plans did not have a data limit. In fact, Jio has just replicated Airtel's practice of calling a 3.3 terabyte data limit "unlimited". We regret the error, and have updated this piece to remove references to that misunderstanding. You can read a piece on this practice of Jio and Airtel concealing data caps behind marketing language here. JioFiber on Monday announced fixed line broadband plans with data caps of 3.3 terabytes. Starting at Rs 399 plus GST per month for 30Mbps, the pricier plans also include subscriptions to OTT services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hotstar, ZEE5, Voot, SunNxt, Hoichoi, and JioCinema. The plans go up to 300Mbps with the 3.3TB cap at Rs 1,499 a month plus GST. Large broadband ISPs generally avoid providing truly…
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