As far as I have noticed, our Editor and member Jebaprincy has started using JIO 4G SIM which comes with free preview offer. Recently, she has also posted some content on ISC, informing about the SIM and how it works.
Personally, I am still making use of 2G and 3G connections. Mostly, I make use of 2G connection for browsing needs and 3G connection is used wherever necessary or wanted. I have not had my hands on a Jio 4G SIM so far, which is also because I am unsure if it is going to work in our town or not. There are almost zero people known to me in the town who have tried Jio SIM card in our area, and even I do not wish to do that experiment on myself. Once things and crowd for Jio connections settle down, I may try to get a SIM for myself. As of now, I believe that Jio signals do not exist in our town.
I am also considering a BSNL broadband connection to avail their promotional Experience BB plan which will cost only between 200 and 300 rs for 6 months and then around 500 rs afterwards. My main use of internet is for browsing and reading and even a good 2G connection seem enough to do that on my laptop. As BSNL has increased their minimum bandwidth to 1 Mbps, I expect that their new Unlimited Broadband plan will at least provide me a little better speed than my current 2G connection. For other things, I keep a 3G SIM installed on another WiFi dongle, often recharged with addtional data for moments when speed matters the most. Aircel offers 2.5 GB data for just Rs. 89 at good 2G speed in Uttarakhand, which really helps me to never run out of data. Depending on usage, I do this recharge one to three times in a month and make sure to use every KB from it.
If 3G and above is for speed, 2G teaches us patience.
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