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Reliance Jio Free services has hit a road block with Trai but here are the 5 top 4G services expected from Reliance Jio in 2017
With companies like Reliance going all the way to increase their consumers, India's telecom subscriber base including mobile and landline combined, touched the 1.18 billion mark at the end of February 2017
Reliance Jio has stormed the telecom sector in India. Over the past one year, Jio has been on roller-coaster ride. It has disrupted internet on mobile. Forced big player to re-price their offerings and merged to be relevant. Although, Jio Free services has hit a road block with Trai. Here are the top five Reliance Jio services that you are likely to use in 2017.
About 82 per cent users willing to continue with Jio post free offers: Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey
Nearly 82 per cent of Reliance Jio users surveyed have expressed their willingness to continue with its services even after the free offers ends, a Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey claimed
Mobile operator Idea Cellular, currently in merger talks with Vodafone India said it plans to raise Rs 1,000 crore through issuance of non-convertible debentures on private placement basis.
The proposed merger of telecom operators Vodafone and Idea Cellular will create an entity with revenue of around Rs 80,000 crore and the move will be credit positive for the sector, India Ratings and Research said.
The proposed merger between Vodafone and Idea Cellular is a credit positive for the telecom sector and will push the combined entity's margins up by around 3 percentage points on cost synergies, India Ratings said.
Telecom operator Idea Cellular is set to launch a variety of apps across movies, TV, music, games and others next week as part of its bid to transform into a full-fledged digital services company
Niti Aayog will rank the states/UTs on the basis of digital transactions, MoS for Planning Rao Inderjit Singh said in a written reply to Lok Sabha
Amid the steady 4G adoption growth, 53 per cent of Indians bought their smartphones online while 39 per cent of smartphone owners still preferred retail stores to buy a new device in 2016, a Deloitte survey revealed.