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Great Day, the Day of Jio Launch - 5th September

The day comes, when Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani announced free voice calling, zero roaming and cheaper data pack tariffs for Reliance Jio customers.

Chairman Mukesh Ambani, center, his wife Nita Ambani and son Akash Ambani (c) AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool
Reliance Industries Chairman in an hour of his speech at RIL's Annual General Meeting, the billionaire also announced 'free welcome offers' for Jio customers from September 5. Reliance Jio will offer users data services free for four months, after that there will be 10 tariff plans starting from Rs. 19 to Rs. 4,999. There will be Rs.149 a month tariff for low data users.

The data tariff rates are called as World's cheapest data tariff that is going to be offered by Reliance Jio. The billionaire added, "Jio is not only business but it dream to empower every Indian hand".

Reliance Jio data rates will be Rs. 50 per GB, which is world's lowest. Mukesh Ambani has called it one of the lowest data pricing in the world, with rates starting at 5 paise per MB. The small plan starts at Rs 149 for 0.3GB data along with free voice-calling. There’s a Rs. 499 Medium pack which with 4GB data. Reliance is offering users free data access at night to users, as well some extra GB of data free on JioNet. JioNet is going to be the company’s WiFi hotspot offering where a Jio customer will be able to access the internet for free without utilising their data plans.

With Reliance Jio, the plan is not just to look at 4G data on mobiles, but also expand to fibre-optic broadband for homes. The company has also laid more than 2.5 lakh kilometres of fibre-optic cables, covering 18,000 cities and over one lakh villages and claims to an initial end-to-end capacity to serve in excess of 100 million wireless broadband and 20 million Fibre-to-Home customers. Mukesh Ambani has already set a target of 100 million Jio customers for the wireless broadband service.


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