Reliance Jio was always expected to revolutionize the current Indian mobile space, and it has just done that pretty effectively by offering Free voice calls for the lifetime.
Free voice calls for subscribers offered by Reliance Jio, the new telecom owned by Mukesh Ambani, do not violate guidelines, regulator Trai has said in a big win for the network. Telecom regulator Trai has held that tariff plans of the new player are compliant with existing rules and not discriminatory.
“…it is found that the tariff plans filed with Trai cannot be considered as IUC non-complaint, predatory and discriminatory, at present,” the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India said in a letter to telecom operators.
Although , TRAI has called all of Jio’s current offers “Promotional” including voice and asked them to limit it to a period of 90 days , Jio has reassured that existing customers will still get Welcome Offer until 31st December but anyone activating a Jio SIM after 3rd December will not be able to avail of the Welcome Offer.
Various Media houses have written many articles saying Welcome Offer will end on 3rd December but it is not true and they did not confirm with Jio before publishing said articles.
Jio gives you unlimited text messaging and voice calls, no roaming charges, no blackout days and data at reasonable rates and even provides 25% more data for students on all plans , what more can we ask for.
Jio even provides 1 year free data on all iPhone purchase from 5SE to 7+.
Recently, JIO beats China Mobile to be No. 1 in data in the whole world. Reliance Jio is likely to be the world’s No. 1 data services provider by some distance, according to calculations done by analysts at Credit Suisse.
According to information given by Jio at the occasion of the quarterly earnings of its parent Reliance Industries, an average customer of the company is using roughly 1 GB of data per day.
Against the normal 15% utilization for 4G networks in India, Credit Suisse estimates the utilization of Jio’s 4g network at 75%. It is not clear whether this number is a 24-hour average or peak utilization.
The analysts also pointed out that Jio has quietly increased the capital outlay for the telecom venture from 1.5 lakh cr to 2.5 lakh cr.
Rivals have been forced by Jio’s pricing to drop their own rates. Mr. Ambani has set a target of 100 million customers for Reliance Jio “in the shortest possible time.”