Reliance Jio Fiber vs Airtel Fiber: Find the best broadband plan for less than Rs 1,000

Reliance Jio Fiber vs Airtel Fiber: Find the best broadband plan for less than Rs 1,000

Reliance Jio Fiber and Airtel Fiber broadband service both come with two basic data plans for less than Rs 1,000.

Jio Fiber

Jio Fiber's bronze plan for Rs 699 per month that offers speed of 100Mbps and 150GB data in total. Free voice calls, TV video calling, gaming, home networking, and Norton security for up to five devices are offered with this plan. Users will also be benefited with three months of Jio Cinema and Jio Saavn.

There is a Jio Fiber silver plan priced at Rs 849 per month with 100Mbps speed, 400GB data in total and three months access to OTT apps. Rest of the features are granted with Jio Fiber silver plan too. Reliance Jio Fiber service has a one-time payment of Rs 2,500 in which Rs 1,500 is a security deposit. Jio Fiber users also get a free landline connection and a digital set-top-box.

Airtel V-Fiber

Airtel V-Fiber data plans when compared are a little higher than Jio Fiber. The basic plans begin at Rs 799 per month for which users get 150GB data, 100Mbps speed and unlimited local/STD calls. In terms of entertainment, this Airtel broadband plan comes with Airtel Thanks benefits including Amazon Prime 1 year membership and three months Netflix subscription.

The second Airtel V-Fiber plan comes at Rs 999, and it gives 300GB data at 200Mbps speed. Under this data plan customers also get access to Airtel Thanks benefits. Both of these Airtel V-Fiber plans are compatible with Airtel Xstream service. Airtel's V-Fiber has Rs 1,000 installation chargers while new users get a Wi-Fi router for free.


Reliance Jio and Airtel V-Fiber both offer the same basic data plans. Airtel V-Fiber has more options for the customers who stream content like Amazon Prime and Netflix. Jio Fiber also provides access to OTT plans but only on the silver plan. Jio Fiber surely has the upper hand when it comes to features like gaming and video calling.

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