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Breaking News :  Reliance Jio plans soft launch on Dhirubhai Ambani’s birth anniversary
Tuesday 15-September-2015, 13:35,
Reliance Jio plans soft launch on Dhirubhai Ambani’s birth anniversary
MUMBAI:
Touted
as
the
most
anticipated
launch
in
the
Indian
telecommunications
space,
Mukesh
Ambani’s
Reliance
Jio
is
planning
a
soft
launch
on
the
late
family
patriarch
-
Dhirubhai
Ambani’s
birth
anniversary
i.e
28
December,
2015.
While Jio’s launch is being regarded
as the game changer of the Digital
India vision, the task cut out for the
newest telecom company in the fray is
not as simple as rival Bharti Airtel,
which is also gearing up to launch its
4G network.
During the company’s Annual General
Meeting earlier this year, Reliance
Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani
spoke about Jio’s commercial launch in
December 2015. However, a source
close to the development
tells Indiantelevision.com that while
the soft launch will happen in
December this year, the commercial
launch will only be somewhere around
March 2016.
“Airtel has a full fledged 3G network
across the country and hence if
consumers are out of the 4G network
area coverage, they can operate on
3G. However, Reliance Jio cannot
follow this proposition due to
unavailability of the 3G network. We
are planning for a soft launch on a
good day in December,” the source
says.
The source also confirmed that
Reliance Jio's commercial launch,
which will facilitate consumers from
across 5,000 cities and towns, might
get delayed to March.
Recently, Reliance Jio Infocomm
signed a deal with US-based test and
measurement equipment provider
Keysight Technologies to test its 4G
network. Analysts peg that the
testing deal may have cost Reliance
Jio approximately Rs 100 crore.
Ambani plans to launch 4G services in
over 5,000 cities and towns across
India with an approximate investment
of Rs 100,000 crore. Test runs have
already begun in some parts of
the country.
http://www.indiantelevision.com/iworld/t...ary-150914
ANIL G
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