Tech News Desk – Reliance Jio has launched Jio Air Fiber in eight cities of India on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. Air fiber installation will start in your homes from 1st October. Many people have a question in their mind that how many Mbps plan should they choose for their home? Be it air fiber plan or normal fiber internet plan. People get confused about both and take wrong decisions. In this article we will tell you which plan is best for your home.
Choose the best plan like this
The most important thing is that you decide what is best for you. However, at home we all need internet for mobile phones, laptops, smart TVs etc. If you are also thinking of buying an internet plan keeping all these gadgets in mind, then there will be 10 to 30 Mbps fiber plan and 30 Mbps air fiber plan. Good for you. Personally, I have Jio Fiber installed in my house. My current plan is of 30 Mbps and I can easily use computer, four to five mobile phones, smart TV etc. in this plan. In such a situation, you can also take a plan of 30 or 10 Mbps (depending on usage) because in this also you will get good download and upload speed. Also, the advantage of this plan is that it will not put much burden on your pocket and the budget will also remain stable. You will get a 10 or 30 Mbps plan for less than Rs 500.
Irrespective of the service provider, internet speed is good these days. If you need more internet speed due to personal work, like suppose you have a studio in your house or work is done on multiple computers, then in that case you can take a plan of 30 or 50 Mbps or 100 Mbps as per your convenience. Can. Are. But for a normal family, a 10 or 30 Mbps plan is good and all your gadgets will work smoothly in it. I personally have been using the 30Mbps plan for over a year now and I have not faced any connectivity issues yet. If this has ever happened then the reason for it is not the internet speed but some problem in the router or fiber line.
Check internet speed like this
To check your internet speed you can visit https://www.speedtest.net/ website. Here you will see both download and upload speed. I am adding the current speed of my 30 MBBS plan in this article to give you a better idea what will be best for you.