Jio recently completed 2 years of operations and gave away free 16GB data to all its users. Now to take the celebrations to the next level, the company has now announced an all-new offer.
Voice calls are now basically free and telcos bundle it with free data and SMS. Previously long-term plans came with such offering, but now even these ultra-budget plans come with free calls, data and SMS at just under Rs 50.
Reliance Jio is right now unstoppable, and the momentum is refusing to stop. As per latest numbers coming in, Jio has successfully added 97 lakh new users, compared to Airtel’s only 10,689 new users.
Alibaba, the Chinese ecommerce giant is all set to invest in Reliance Retail, and acquire some stake to make a sizzling entry into the market. Whereas Amazon is all set to acquire anything between 30-51% of More, a retail brand from…
Reports are coming in regarding JioFiber Preview offer, and on the first looks, it seems an incredible deal. Users will be getting 100 GB data per month, which can be accessed at 100 Mbps speed, for three months.
The rains are not stopping, and its a red alert in 12 out of 14 districts in Kerala. The Kerala flood has worsened in the last seven days, and the death toll has now crossed 100 people.
The Xiaomi feature phone comes with some path-breaking features like AI, VoLTE and real-time translations of up to 17 languages. Though, the Xiaomi feature phone misses out on features like cameras, both on front and back.
Long-term plans have been a big hit with telcos, and companies since they are trying to push in more data and added benefits with their plans. The 84-day validity plans or recharge packs with 3 month validity has been a crowd puller.
As of today, Mukesh Ambani is Asia’s richest person. He has beaten Alibaba founder Jack Ma to grab #1 position in the Asia’s richest list. This new ranking is as per Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
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.