Reliance Jio might be the next big thing in the history of Indian Telecom. In fact, it has already become the next big thing. With many benefits such as unlimited 90 days free calls, SMS, and high-speed 4G internet, Jio has started disrupting the Indian Telecom sector even before its public launch.
It surely has had a great effect on its competitors as well. In an ongoing price war, many service providers have slashed their mobile tariffs and data plans in order to compete with the new kid in town.
Moreover, Reliance has claimed that their Jio SIM cards have been subscribed by 16 million users in just 26 days. It might have achieved this growth faster than any other telecom operator or startup in the world. Seeing such growth, Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd has plans on extending its subscriber base to a 100 million users by the end of this year.
Aiming to connect more customers, Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd might probably extend its "Welcome Offer" till March 2017. The Telco is also en route to install around 45,000 mobile towers in the next six months to boost its 4G network.
Reliance Jio surely looks to be a dominant player in the Telecom sector. Subsequently, the firm is now making the suburbs 4G dream come true. While many of the remote areas didn't even have a 3G service, after the entry of Reliance Jio 4G, these places will get and enjoy 4G internet services.
Mobile users in the remote areas who are facing several issues such as network failure, call drops, internet connectivity erros, etc. can now have a better service with Reliance Jio. The telco has already invested a lot in setting up towers across many areas that cover vast areas including both the urban and rural areas.
The Telco has also developed a proper app as a workaround for easy access and usability for the users.
Additionally, Reliance Jio is offering cheaper 4G enabled phones which people belonging to these suburban areas can easily buy.
Furthermore, with its Jio 4G service now being available in the remote areas, low-range VoLTE phones have reached a new high. Now, people in the remote areas are looking forward to buy 4G phones ranging between Rs 5,000 to Rs 15,000 to take the benefits of the Jio network.
What Reliance Jio further promises is that the quality of service available will be quite good and customers from small towns and remote areas will be able to make HD voice calls on Reliance Jio's network.