Fiber has the TINA factor. Nothing comes close to the bandwidth, coax, traditional cable comes a distant second. Sterlite has presence in all top markets, with all top players.
JioFiber can be a game changer just like Jio 4G. Globally it is accepted to bundle offerings, TV+Internet+Calling (sometimes including mobile). If JioFiber can replace your TV Dish/Cable, your Broadband Internet and perhaps more, then it can create tremendous demand. Just like Jio and Jamnagar, Reliance will perhaps jump start the game and leap frog India to to much beyond World’s first Exabyte network. They have been rolling out fiber across India for more than a decade now.
It is not easy to get fiber in Europe, they are fully wired with copper (coax, ADSL). Somehow we skipped copper and went wireless, quite efficiently . 1100 cities will perhaps get free(?) fiber for a year, if they follow the Jio model for roll-out.
Was fortunate enough to be connected to a 2 Gbps, unlimited FTTH (some 10 years ago). Real download speeds of 200Mbps+, 10 seconds to (legal ) download FullHD movie. People are watching more content Online and traditional media is following that. As Whatsapp says, Indians forward the maximum media content
Devices are programmed to suck data, Youtube will stream in 4K if it detects your net is fast enough. Google will download Maps data in realtime, where as Nokia in the days long ago always kept cached map data. Perhaps a reason for cheap android? You pay in installments, with carrier data charges. I have thousands of mp3 tracks, and FM radio, but I still use Spotify.