Exclusive : Reliance Jio Infocomm’s official Website Will be Jio.com !

It look like many things are happing behind the scene of Pan India 4G spectrum holder Reliance Jio which is going to launch its 4G mobile and data services soon. If  sources has to be believed, Reliance Jio Infocomm (RJIL) official website will be  http://Jio.com ! The web domain is booked by Reliance Industries (RIL).

Reliance JIO Infocomm Logo_2

Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited (RJIL), a subsidiary of Mukesh Ambani led Reliance Industries  which has Unified License for all 22 Service Areas across India. The company is the first telecom operator in the country to get pan India Unified License which would allow RJIL to offer fourth generation – 4G telecom services including voice telephony under a single license.

Reliance JIO Website data

Innovative schemes, affordable devices and consumer awareness hold key to faster uptake of 4G in India,  But still  we have to wait and watch, what Reliance Jio will offer!

Stay tuned with TelecomTALK for all updates as it happens about Reliance Jio :)

This Article Was Written By: Sanjay Bafna

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Sanjay Bafna is an entrepreneur and National Editor at TelecomTALK covering Mobile Operators, 3G, Broadband, 4G, LTE, Telecom Policies & Regulations and Mobile Phones. He is well known Telecom and Mobile Analyst, Love Tea and Chocolates.

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  • Pulin Sheth February 28, 2014 11:02 pm, 11:02 PM

    How join jio.com for using wi-fi?

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  • Tester December 13, 2013 10:57 am, 10:57 AM

    Yes… but had registered this web URL long back in 2012
    Name: Reliancedomains Admin
    Organization: Reliance Industries Limited
    Address: 3rd Floor, Maker Chamber IV, 222 Nariman Point
    City: Mumbai
    State: Maharashtra
    Postal Code: 400021
    Country: IN
    Phone: +91.2222785251
    Fax:
    Email: reliancedomains.admin@ril.com
    Created on…….: 2012-06-21
    Expired on…….: 2013-11-19
    Last updated on..: 2012-06-21

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  • Esmail December 12, 2013 11:50 pm, 11:50 PM

    I prefer to wait for FD-LTE on 1800MHz at affordable rates, though best of luck to Jio.

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    • Kaushik December 13, 2013 12:48 am, 12:48 AM

      I totally agree with you and I’d also like to use 4G on FD-LTE. But it will take at least 3-4 years to successfully deploy FD-LTE networks. For the time being, TD-LTE is the option, thanks to our Government!

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      • Esmail December 13, 2013 2:30 am, 2:30 AM

        That’s not fully true, after the new telecom policy was brought into action, all auctions of airwaves have been liberalised for deploying any technology, be it 2G, 3G, 4G whether the operator wishes to use TD-LTE or FD-LTE is completely to its own discretion. In the upcoming Jan 2014 auctions for 900 and 1800MHz bands the companies which win spectrum can use it to deploy 2G voice as well as FD-LTE on 1800MHz offering speeds up to 23Mbps and the performance will be better than current 3G as well as TD-LTE om 2300MHz with superior coverage. Videocon has plans of launching FD-LTE on 1800MHz, I am waiting to see what route the other telcos take.

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        • Kanaga Deepan N December 13, 2013 10:28 am, 10:28 AM

          Yes, you are right, Esmail… But the problem is the bandwidth. Operators who are going to launch 4G in 1800MHz have just 5MHz whereas in case of 2.3GHz operatirs they have got 20MHz and so they can give better speeds and carry relatively heavy loads, imho…

          Further the difference between 1.8GHz and 2.3GHz is not soo huge (comparing say 850MHz of EVDO CDMA and 2.1GHz of 3Gsm). Further with the huge cash reserves the 4G players (Rjio and Airtel) are having, the coverage issue can be solved by installing few more towers.

          What I am waiting is for 4G auction on 700MHz (used by Verizon in USA) in India. But its still a very very long long way to go as lazy useless DoorDarshan has to vacate its unused airwaves (for many decades) and DoT/TRAI has to form guidelines for auction and so on… But its a goldmine for Govt, operators and us..

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          • Esmail December 13, 2013 12:13 pm, 12:13 PM

            I agree that 700 MHz band is the best in terms if coverage and FD-LTE in that band will undoubtedly be the best. But the problem lies in two key aspects, firstly most manufacturers make two versions of LTE smart phones, one for North American continent and one for the rest of the world, the ones usually available in India are the ones made for rest of the world and they usually lack support for FD-LTE on 700MHz and AWS 1700MHz the two main bands used by AT&T T-Mobile and Verizon in USA. Further on even after the 700MHz band is vacated by Doordarshan it’s base price for auction will be at least 4 times the price of the 1800MHz spectrum, thus even with the benefit of setting up lesser towers the telcos will not be able to afford to offer low tariffs and will resort to practices like low data caps and unreasonable FUP’s. On the other hand the aspect that you pointed out saying that companies like jio have 20 MHz while Videocon has 5 MHz this hardly matters because companies deploying FD-LTE on the same band on which they offer 2G use a dynamically adopting network, which means the cell tower can judge depending on network traffic whether there are more voice users or more data users connected to the tower at that particular time and it adjusts how much band width to allocate to voice and how much to data, to ensure both run smoothly. And through the theoretical speed of LTE is around 100 Mbps frankly speaking I would be more than satisfied to have 20Mbps at affordable tariffs with reasonable fup on my cell then to have 100Mbps at ridiculous FUP’s and sky high tariff.

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            • Joy December 14, 2013 11:38 am, 11:38 AM

              Thanks For Sharing !! Very Informative !!

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        • Joy December 14, 2013 11:36 am, 11:36 AM

          Very Good Esmail !! Very Useful !!

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    • Prithvi December 13, 2013 10:01 am, 10:01 AM

      Absolutely! Rel Jio will try to bulldoze their way .. thanks in part to the connivance with govt. who will ignore the masses for Reliance. But there are no rules for Reliance. I would like to see when and what Videocon has to offer under FD-LTE.

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  • Weir December 12, 2013 10:51 pm, 10:51 PM

    In longo ki office Mahrashtra me hai aur ye log pehle punjab me service shuru karne jarahe hain….
    Hamara Mahrashtra sab state se picche hi raha….Lagta Hai Jio be sabse aakhri me aayega yahan..
    Airtel 4g to h sirf pune me hai…Hamare city me to aayega hi nahi

    Ab 1 month hogaya tata docomo cdma ne bhi rate badha diye 94 ko 1 gb par reliance use kar raha hun 94 rs me 1.5 GB
    Solapur City me toh tikona bhi nahi aur na hi koi private operator hai…Bsnl broadband ke worker sab Ch***ia hain paise liye bagair kaam nahi karte…..mera monthly usage 200 GB hai… isiliye using bsnl night unlimated only 200KB/s raat bhar jaagkar halat kharab hojati hai yaaro

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    • Jay December 13, 2013 12:47 pm, 12:47 PM

      All districts other than Mumbai and pune will remain “pichada”, be it Vidharbha or Marthwada
      due to government policies and discrimination towards other parts of Maharashtra and Vidharbha.

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  • Tharun George December 12, 2013 10:30 pm, 10:30 PM

    I think Reliancejio.com is also acquired by them.

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  • Steve December 12, 2013 10:21 pm, 10:21 PM

    that jio logo gives a feel of airtel logo

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  • Sahil December 12, 2013 9:47 pm, 9:47 PM

    This domain has been registered by them in 1998 and not now.

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