Reliance Jio SIM Available For Everyone From September 5
Reliance Jio, This telecom offering from Reliance Jio, Reliance Jio offer the world’s cheapest data, Mukesh Ambani said the 59-year-old billionaire, disclosing the long-awaited prices of what’s being set up as the country’s largest 4G network.
Ambani said that Reliance Jio not charge all user for voice calls, including long-distance within India. But the big disruptor is the price of data- just Rs 50 per gigabyte, a fifth of what mobile phone users have been paying so far.
For Reliance Jio customers who use more than 75GB, This price will slide further to Rs 25 per GB. This, Ambani, said, take India from “Gandhigiri to data-giri.”
This Starting Monday, any cell phone user, including those with smartphones as cheap as Rs. 2,999, will be able to sample all Jio services – all including its library of movies and music – for free. This offering ends on December 31.
This declare today in Mumbai at an annual shareholders assembly which included wife Neeta, mother Kokilaben and children Isha and Anant, have beaten the prospect of both the market and customers, who have been lining up for SIM cards to switch to Jio, This is first started offering free services in May 2016. After Mr Ambani’s declare , Reliance Industries Limited stock went up by 0.9 percent.
That has led to general allegation with to the Prime Minister’s Office from competitors like Bharti Airtel, who allege that Reliance has used valuable 4G or fourth-generation airwaves at no cost, offering customers full-blown services for free, while gypping the government of revenue and crib customers from other carriers.
Reliance has denied any misbehavior and countered that rival are cartelizing to make it hard for Reliance Jio users to connect effortlessly with other networks.
Worried about the impact of Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel this week cut its 3G/4G data tariffs on prepaid connections by more than 40 percent, after halving them a month ago.
Ambani is betting at least $20 billion on building, from scratch, a national digital empire stretching from phones and hardware to home entertainment and custom-made apps. Reliance Jio is impossible to contribute significantly to Reliance profits anytime soon, but is hugely significant for its future. Reliance says its oil business is pumping out cash, and any investment in Jio has to be ambitious.
Two-thirds of India’s 1.3 billion population are not online, and Reliance Jio hopes to capture 100 million users – nearly half of India’s present smartphone users – within a year of launch.