Since the FIFA World Cup 2018 is over now, several telecom operators have withdrawn their double data offers. Jio continues to offer its big data bundles, and the rival operators too will follow a similar strategy to hold their customers…
Since Reliance Jio launched its much-awaited FTTH Jio GigaFiber service last week, the other broadband companies have started to shuffle up their plans to offer more data. The 444 BSNL plan will now offer 6GB data daily.
As per the letter shot off to the PMO, TRAI’s public wifi model is a national security risk, and should be immediately terminated.
Meanwhile to get ahead of Jio in Internet over WiFi niche, BSNL has announced ‘Wings’, their new service which competes against Jio. Can we witness BSNL’s rise as a tough competitor to Jio and Airtel, Vodafone?
Jio has informed TRAI that they will be soon launching this service, as all required tests are over. They have asked Govt. officials to undertake any other tests or examinations, before this service is launched nation-wide.
The company recently acquired US telecom software firm Radisys to work on its future services like Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G network. As per the industry estimates, IoT in India will be worth over $9 billion by 2020.
The Reliance Jio Oppo Monsoon offer will begin on June 28 and continue till September 25. Under the Reliance Jio and Oppo offer, one has to buy a new Oppo smartphone to avail the benefits of cashback of Rs 4,900 and free 3200 GB data.
Between February 20th and March 16th, TRAI conducted an Independent Drive Test (IDT) method test for measuring speed of various telecom providers.
The Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio started operating commercially in September 2016, and just within one-and-a-half years, the company has completely changed the face of the Indian telecom industry.
The telecom war seems to get fiercer with every passing day as no company is going to let Reliance Jio win the market so easily. Unlimited bundled data, free calls and cheaper plans has been the biggest crowd-puller in this Jio-driven…