Reliance Jio, for long, has been rumoured to be working hard to commercially roll out its broadband services and a source close to the development now tells Digit.in that the company has set a December 2018 target for making its broadband services live across India. Jio is aiming to deliver up to 1000 Mbps speeds with a guarantee that it will not drop below 40Mbps speeds even when operating at full capacity and customers will need to pay a deposit of Rs 4,500 to avail the services. The JioFiber services will initially be rolled out to top twenty cities across India including, Mumbai, Delhi, Kochi, Bhopal, Chandigarh and others, followed by a broader rollout as the company wants to establish a wide user-base in Tier-I and Tier-II cities first.
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