Reliance Jio Will be the Holder of the Largest Quantum of Liberalized Spectrum and Can offer 2G, 3G and 4G Services

Mukesh Ambani, Chairman and Managing Director Reliance Industries today said that Reliance JIO will be the holder of the largest quantum of liberalized spectrum and can offer 2G, 3G and 4G services and with the longest residual spectrum life.

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Reliance JIO has  acquired spectrum in 14 key circles across India in the 1800 MHz band in the recently concluded spectrum auction conducted by DoT. It has entered the voice segment (Voice over LTE) for the first time and bought more spectrum to offer that for around Rs 11,054 crore.

RJIL has acquired the 1800 MHz spectrum at 31% premium to reserve price. Winning bidders ofthe 900 MHz spectrum paid between 55% to 110% premium over the reserve price.

Reliance JIO (RJIL) plans to use this spectrum, ranging from 2×5 MHz to 2×7 MHz in each of these 14 circles, in conjunction with its pan India 2300 MHz 4G LTE spectrum to address the expected surge in demand for digital services as well as to enhance in-building coverage.  RJIL plans to provide seamless 4G services using FDD-LTE on 1800 MHz and TDD-LTE on 2300 MHz through an integrated ecosystem, company said in an official statement.

Reliance Jio plans to offer voice and high speed 4G data services on one technology standard to retail customers and to enterprises on another.The GSM 1800 MHz band spectrum that it has just purchased can be interchangeably used between second-generation voice services and 4G services.

RJIL is deploying an enhanced packet core network to create futuristic high capacity infrastructure to handle huge demand for data and voice. In addition to high speed data, the 4G network will provide voice services from / to non-RJIL networks.

According to Reliance JIO, there are several mobile phones and devices available today which have the capability to operate both TD-LTE and FD-LTE technologies in the 1800 MHz and 2300 MHz bands as well as conventional 2G / 3G networks. Rapid strides in global LTE rollouts and introduction of several new chipsets is making LTE enabled smart mobile phones and devices more affordable.In any case, Wi-Fi enabled 2G / 3G device can access RJIL’s services through an affordable pocket router.

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  • Amarinder Singh February 15, 2014 10:14 pm

    reliance is regular provider of poor services ………they are just money makers, not thinks of public welfare like TATA’s ……we see them like chor’s

  • Kapil February 15, 2014 8:30 pm

    More 10 years required to launch… 4years already gone.

  • KAushik February 15, 2014 12:23 pm

    reliance is a chor. anil and mukesh ambani both…

    • kaushik February 15, 2014 2:23 pm

      and you miss dhiru

  • Kaushik Roy February 14, 2014 10:48 pm

    Can any one comment what is RCOM strategy ? They win only 600 Khz in Mumbai in 1800 Mhz band. They already lost huge customer due to deactivation of inactive Numbers.
    What is their plan ?
    Will Mukesh purchase Anil ??

    • Sanjay Bafna February 15, 2014 8:02 am

      Mumbai is the key circle in terms of revenue for RCom, So they buy additional spectrum. Rcom has unutilized spectrum (free bandwidth) in many circles with longer validity so no sence to buy more.

      • Krish February 15, 2014 2:48 pm

        plz..explain one basic concept..
        How much area can be covered by One block of 200khz in 1800mhz band ???

  • qwerty February 14, 2014 7:50 pm

    Circlewise Data for 2014 auctions-

    Results for 900 MHz band-

    Delhi Circle- Total Spectrum- 16 MHz (All sold)- Airtel- 6 MHz, Vodafone/Idea- 5MHz, Winning Bid- Rs.740.96 crores per MHz.

    Mumbai Circle- Total Spectrum- 16MHz (All sold)- Vodafone- 11 MHz, Airtel- 5 MHz, Winning Bid- 563.09 crores per MHz.

    Kolkata Circle- Total Spectrum- 14MHz (All sold)- Vodafone- 7 MHz, Airtel- 7MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 194.63 crores per MHz.

    Results for 1800 MHz band-

    Andhra Pradesh- Total Spectrum- 22.60 MHz (All sold)- Airtel- 8.8 MHz, Idea- 6 MHz, RJio- 5.8MHz, Uninor/Telewings- 1.4 MHz, Vodafone- 600 KHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 32.60 crores per 200KHz.

    Assam- Total Spectrum- 11.40 MHz (All sold)- RJio- 5.4 MHz, Uninor/Telewings- 6MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 7.22 crores per 200 KHz.

    Bihar- Total Spectrum- 4.20 MHz (Sold- 2.20 MHz, Unsold- 2 MHz)- Uninor/Telewings- 2.2 MHz, Winning Bid- 8.62 crores per 200 KHz.

    Delhi- Total Spectrum- 22.80 MHz (Sold- 21.00 MHz, Unsold- 1.8 MHz)- RJio- 5.4 MHz, Airtel- 7 MHz, Vodafone- 8 MHz, Idea- 600 KHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 72.80 crores per 200 KHz.

    Gujarat- Total Spectrum- 12.00 MHz (All sold)- RJio- 6 MHz, Vodafone- 4.4 MHz, Idea- 1.6 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 47.56 crores per 200 KHz.

    Haryana- Total Spectrum- 16.40 MHz (Sold- 8.4 MHz, Unsold- 8 MHz), Idea- 6 MHz, Vodafone- 2.4 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 5.40 crores per 200 KHz.

    Himachal Pradesh- Total Spectrum- 22.40 MHz (Sold- 10.2 MHz, Unsold- 12.2 MHz), Airtel- 10.2 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs.1.20 crores per 200 KHz.

    Jammu & Kashmir- Total Spectrum- 6.20 MHz (Sold- 4.4 MHz, Unsold- 1.8 MHz), Aircel- 1.8 MHz, Airtel- 2.6 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 1.22 crores per 200 KHz.

    Karnataka- Total Spectrum- 24.60 MHz (Sold- 23.8 MHz, Unsold- 0.6 MHz), Airtel- 8.8 MHz, Vodafone- 5 MHz, RJio- 5MHz, Idea- 5 MHz Winning Bid- Rs. 31.00 crores per 200 KHz.

    Kerala- Total Spectrum- 28.00 MHz (Sold- 27.00 MHz, Unsold- 1.00 MHz), Idea- 10 MHz, Vodafone- 7 MHz, Airtel- 5 MHz, RJio- 5 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 10.40 crores per 200 KHz.

    Kolkata- Total Spectrum- 26.80 MHz (Sold- 18.00 MHz, Unsold- 8.8 MHz), Vodafone- 8 MHz Airtel- 5 MHz, RJio- 5 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs.14.60 crores per 200 KHz.

    Madhya Pradesh incl. Chattisgarh- Total Spectrum- 19.20 MHz (Sold- 18.00 MHz, Unsold- 8.8 MHz), Vodafone- 8 MHz Airtel- 5 MHz, RJio- 5 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs.10.08 crores per 200 KHz.

    Maharashtra incl. Goa- Total Spectrum- 14.00 MHz (All Sold), Idea- 9 MHz, RJio- 5 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs.58.07 crores per 200 KHz.

    Mumbai- Total Spectrum- 25.20 MHz (Sold- 23.40 MHz, Unsold- 1.80 MHz), Vodafone- 8.2 MHz Airtel- 6 MHz, RJio- 6.6 MHz, Idea- 2 MHz, RCom- 600 KHz Winning Bid- Rs. 54.40 crores per 200 KHz.

    North East- Total Spectrum- 26.80 MHz (Sold- 20.20 MHz, Unsold- 6.60 MHz), Airtel- 7 MHz, Idea- 5 MHz, RJio- 6.4 MHz, Aircel- 1.8 MHz Winning Bid- Rs. 1.40 crores per 200 KHz.

    Orrisa/Odisha- Total Spectrum- 28.00 MHz (Sold- 10 MHz, Unsold- 18.00 MHz), Airtel- 5 MHz, RJio- 5 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 3.20 crores per 200 KHz.

    Punjab- Total Spectrum- 18.40 MHz (Sold- 16.80 MHz, Unsold- 1.60 MHz), Airtel- 8.2 MHz, Idea- 8 MHz, Vodafone- 600 KHz Winning Bid- Rs. 10.80 crores per 200 KHz.

    Rajasthan- Total Spectrum- 20.80 MHz (Sold- 10.60 MHz, Unsold- 10.20 MHz), Airtel- 8.2 MHz, Aircel- 1.6 MHz, Vodafone- 800 KHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 5.20 crores per 200 KHz.

    Tamil Nadu- Total Spectrum- 30.20 MHz (Sold- 11.20 MHz, Unsold- 20.00 MHz), Airtel- 5 MHz, RJio- 6.2 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 41.60 crores per 200 KHz.

    Uttar Pradesh (East)- Total Spectrum- 9.80 MHz (Sold- 7.60 MHz, Unsold- 2.20 MHz), Vodafone- 4 MHz, Uninor/Telewings- 1.8 MHz, Aircel- 1.8 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 12.80 crores per 200 KHz.

    Uttar Pradesh (West)- Total Spectrum- 2.40 MHz (Sold- 2.00 MHz, Unsold- 0.40 MHz), Uninor/Telewings- 2 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 18.99 crores per 200 KHz.

    West Bengal- Total Spectrum- 13.00 MHz (Sold- 11.20 MHz, Unsold- 1.80 MHz), Airtel- 4.4 MHz, RJio- 5.6 MHz, Aircel- 1.2 MHz Winning Bid- Rs. 4.92 crores per 200 KHz.

    • Saumik B February 14, 2014 10:29 pm

      Fantastic…
      This kind of analysis i was waiting for… Telecomtalk could not do this.

      • Rama February 15, 2014 2:53 pm

        @saumik
        Really bro?.It was Saurabh who came out with this data first and a random commenter like”qwerty” has simply done “cut copy paste”.If you really want to appreciate someone,appreciate saurabh because his comment is original.

    • Vijay February 15, 2014 1:04 am

      Dude plz say now who r all going to provide 3g service in KARNATAKA??????

      • Chetan February 15, 2014 8:01 am

        Dude, all operators in Karnataka will focus only on 4g as spectrum won in1800 does not have ecosystem for 3G services I.e no handsets available in world to work on 1800 MHz. This spectrum is a only useful for 4g and 2g service and advance lte. With this spectrum won in Karnataka-Jio, airtel, vodafone and idea can launch 4g. But now there is another hurdle I.e 2015 lic of airtel and idea getting expired and idea communicated that they have purchased spectrum keeping in mind 2015 renewal as we’ll. so let see if idea will use this spectrum for 2g renewal or 4g launch.

  • Mane(Hanumangarh) February 14, 2014 7:36 pm

    I was eagerly waiting for rjio in Rajasthan but they did not showed interest here even 10 mhz went unsold. Weak financial based aircel got spectrum to improve service. I think docomo may acquired by rjio because they stopped completly selling their gsm products in Rajasthan.

  • karandeep singh February 14, 2014 6:38 pm

    muje ek doubt hai kyonki agar reliance jio ne videcon ko take over kar bhi liya ton punjab me fer se kahin idea-spice jaisa case naa ho jaaye. idea ne 3g license 2010 me liya tha lekin abhi tak 3 g service nahi launch huyi

  • Suvham February 14, 2014 6:34 pm

    Great news. Now all we need are cheaper phones supporting both FDD-LTE and TDD-LTE to drive 4G.

  • Krish February 14, 2014 4:29 pm

    RELIANCE JIO holds 5.5Mhz spectrum on an average per circle.
    Do you think this amount is sufficient to serve 2G service?? is this amount sufficient to match the coverage of AVOID ???

    @ SANJAY BAFNA

    • sand February 14, 2014 5:02 pm

      @Krish,

      Its more than enough to provide 4g and thats wat they are aiming at…
      The voice part of the service would be a fallback switching to 2g or 3g for calls.As you know its liberalized spectrum and so they can use it to deploy anything however they wont be interested in Just 2g.Thats for sure but why do u need 2g if u get better and faster services at the same cist?

    • Saurabh February 14, 2014 5:35 pm

      @Krish, Reliance has LTE spectrum in 2300 MHz also and not all people will want 4G on mobile and company knows it. So the demand will be scattered between only data users and Data+Voice users and it is enough to have this amount. Moreover 4G phones with LTE- 1800 support costing over 25K right now. So there will not be a hurry on customer’s end too. In future if they need it still spectrum is left and companies are available to be sold. If utilized efficiently 5.4 or 5.6 is also good and in heavy users areas company have the option to add more cell sites. :)

      • Krish February 14, 2014 6:36 pm

        @Saurabh

        Actualy, i’m from a sub-urb area. Here, signal of RCOM is
        bad. As Rel Jio tied up with Rcom for tower, therefore my concern is whether the signal of Rel Jio will be same as Rcom or not..!!

      • Keshav Jha February 14, 2014 8:12 pm

        My Nokia Lumia 625 supports LTE over 800, 1800 &2600 Mhz and I bought it for 14k only. So phones with LTE over 1800 Mhz will now be available in near future starting from 10-12k.

        • vikas pakhe February 21, 2014 12:09 am

          Unfortunately the indian version of lumia 625 don’t support LTE bandwidths. I guess the only supporter is the iPhone 5S and 5C????

  • Global February 14, 2014 3:20 pm

    I’m not too sure but there are high chances that Rel Jio must have aggresively bid for 900 MHz just to inflate the prices and make the AVOID bleed further, and then withdraw from that band and concentrate on 1800. What this will do is (in most probability) force AVOID to raise call/data rates to pass on the burden to customers, whereas Rel Jio can offer much cheaper tariffs and attract customers. If this was their strategy, they have come winning out of it.

    • sand February 14, 2014 3:42 pm

      that only can be the case…else JIO has enough money at disposal to bid for all service areas.if they went for 1800 its only because its well positioned and less costly compared to 900MHZ

  • Esmail February 14, 2014 3:06 pm

    Very happy with the confirmation from Jio that it will be deploying FD-LTE on 1800MHz now I can port in to Jio once they launch services commercially in Mumbai.

    • Weir February 14, 2014 3:20 pm

      A good news..Finally Ismail You Got what you want..hehe

      JIO also win in Mahrashtra, Will they launch in FDD LTE in MH too?

      IDEA also win here hope they will also launch 4g Here Soon…

      FOC works stopped here in Solapur MH…

      Your Thoughts

      • Esmail February 14, 2014 4:37 pm

        As I had predicted, 1800MHz is emerging as the Band of choice for offering LTE in India since it is abundant in supply, and yes there is a good chance that all the operaters who have won spectrum in the current auction in 1800MHz band will offer LTE on it, including AVoId. Somehow I feel there is a higher chance of Tata to be bought over by Jio instead of Vodafone, but lets wait and watch over the next 6 months.

  • Saurabh February 14, 2014 2:00 pm

    Circlewise Data for 2014 auctions-

    Results for 900 MHz band-

    Delhi Circle- Total Spectrum- 16 MHz (All sold)- Airtel- 6 MHz, Vodafone/Idea- 5MHz, Winning Bid- Rs.740.96 crores per MHz.

    Mumbai Circle- Total Spectrum- 16MHz (All sold)- Vodafone- 11 MHz, Airtel- 5 MHz, Winning Bid- 563.09 crores per MHz.

    Kolkata Circle- Total Spectrum- 14MHz (All sold)- Vodafone- 7 MHz, Airtel- 7MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 194.63 crores per MHz.

    Results for 1800 MHz band-

    Andhra Pradesh- Total Spectrum- 22.60 MHz (All sold)- Airtel- 8.8 MHz, Idea- 6 MHz, RJio- 5.8MHz, Uninor/Telewings- 1.4 MHz, Vodafone- 600 KHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 32.60 crores per 200KHz.

    Assam- Total Spectrum- 11.40 MHz (All sold)- RJio- 5.4 MHz, Uninor/Telewings- 6MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 7.22 crores per 200 KHz.

    Bihar- Total Spectrum- 4.20 MHz (Sold- 2.20 MHz, Unsold- 2 MHz)- Uninor/Telewings- 2.2 MHz, Winning Bid- 8.62 crores per 200 KHz.

    Delhi- Total Spectrum- 22.80 MHz (Sold- 21.00 MHz, Unsold- 1.8 MHz)- RJio- 5.4 MHz, Airtel- 7 MHz, Vodafone- 8 MHz, Idea- 600 KHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 72.80 crores per 200 KHz.

    Gujarat- Total Spectrum- 12.00 MHz (All sold)- RJio- 6 MHz, Vodafone- 4.4 MHz, Idea- 1.6 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 47.56 crores per 200 KHz.

    Haryana- Total Spectrum- 16.40 MHz (Sold- 8.4 MHz, Unsold- 8 MHz), Idea- 6 MHz, Vodafone- 2.4 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 5.40 crores per 200 KHz.

    Himachal Pradesh- Total Spectrum- 22.40 MHz (Sold- 10.2 MHz, Unsold- 12.2 MHz), Airtel- 10.2 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs.1.20 crores per 200 KHz.

    Jammu & Kashmir- Total Spectrum- 6.20 MHz (Sold- 4.4 MHz, Unsold- 1.8 MHz), Aircel- 1.8 MHz, Airtel- 2.6 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 1.22 crores per 200 KHz.

    Karnataka- Total Spectrum- 24.60 MHz (Sold- 23.8 MHz, Unsold- 0.6 MHz), Airtel- 8.8 MHz, Vodafone- 5 MHz, RJio- 5MHz, Idea- 5 MHz Winning Bid- Rs. 31.00 crores per 200 KHz.

    Kerala- Total Spectrum- 28.00 MHz (Sold- 27.00 MHz, Unsold- 1.00 MHz), Idea- 10 MHz, Vodafone- 7 MHz, Airtel- 5 MHz, RJio- 5 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 10.40 crores per 200 KHz.

    Kolkata- Total Spectrum- 26.80 MHz (Sold- 18.00 MHz, Unsold- 8.8 MHz), Vodafone- 8 MHz Airtel- 5 MHz, RJio- 5 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs.14.60 crores per 200 KHz.

    Madhya Pradesh incl. Chattisgarh- Total Spectrum- 19.20 MHz (Sold- 18.00 MHz, Unsold- 8.8 MHz), Vodafone- 8 MHz Airtel- 5 MHz, RJio- 5 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs.10.08 crores per 200 KHz.

    Maharashtra incl. Goa- Total Spectrum- 14.00 MHz (All Sold), Idea- 9 MHz, RJio- 5 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs.58.07 crores per 200 KHz.

    Mumbai- Total Spectrum- 25.20 MHz (Sold- 23.40 MHz, Unsold- 1.80 MHz), Vodafone- 8.2 MHz Airtel- 6 MHz, RJio- 6.6 MHz, Idea- 2 MHz, RCom- 600 KHz Winning Bid- Rs. 54.40 crores per 200 KHz.

    North East- Total Spectrum- 26.80 MHz (Sold- 20.20 MHz, Unsold- 6.60 MHz), Airtel- 7 MHz, Idea- 5 MHz, RJio- 6.4 MHz, Aircel- 1.8 MHz Winning Bid- Rs. 1.40 crores per 200 KHz.

    Orrisa/Odisha- Total Spectrum- 28.00 MHz (Sold- 10 MHz, Unsold- 18.00 MHz), Airtel- 5 MHz, RJio- 5 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 3.20 crores per 200 KHz.

    Punjab- Total Spectrum- 18.40 MHz (Sold- 16.80 MHz, Unsold- 1.60 MHz), Airtel- 8.2 MHz, Idea- 8 MHz, Vodafone- 600 KHz Winning Bid- Rs. 10.80 crores per 200 KHz.

    Rajasthan- Total Spectrum- 20.80 MHz (Sold- 10.60 MHz, Unsold- 10.20 MHz), Airtel- 8.2 MHz, Aircel- 1.6 MHz, Vodafone- 800 KHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 5.20 crores per 200 KHz.

    Tamil Nadu- Total Spectrum- 30.20 MHz (Sold- 11.20 MHz, Unsold- 20.00 MHz), Airtel- 5 MHz, RJio- 6.2 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 41.60 crores per 200 KHz.

    Uttar Pradesh (East)- Total Spectrum- 9.80 MHz (Sold- 7.60 MHz, Unsold- 2.20 MHz), Vodafone- 4 MHz, Uninor/Telewings- 1.8 MHz, Aircel- 1.8 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 12.80 crores per 200 KHz.

    Uttar Pradesh (West)- Total Spectrum- 2.40 MHz (Sold- 2.00 MHz, Unsold- 0.40 MHz), Uninor/Telewings- 2 MHz, Winning Bid- Rs. 18.99 crores per 200 KHz.

    West Bengal- Total Spectrum- 13.00 MHz (Sold- 11.20 MHz, Unsold- 1.80 MHz), Airtel- 4.4 MHz, RJio- 5.6 MHz, Aircel- 1.2 MHz Winning Bid- Rs. 4.92 crores per 200 KHz.

    • Kaushik Roy February 14, 2014 2:53 pm

      great job done

  • sand February 14, 2014 1:36 pm

    I think wat Jio did was to pump up prices of 900mhz band unrealistically since it was already sure that Airtel and vodafone would go ahead to retain those licences at whatever cost.With 1800Mhz good and better than 900MHZ for 4g data bandwidth they went for that but having made AVOID spend so much on 900MHZ made sure that they would either bleed by competing with JIO or end up having unattractive pricing strategy.
    In both ways JIO emerges the winner.We need to wait and see how it all plays out eventually

  • Aman February 14, 2014 12:29 pm

    Will I need to change my current smartphone to have 4G-LTE Services ?

  • Shubham February 14, 2014 12:09 pm

    hey will jio launch 4g in bihar. it did not win spectrum here . plz reply.

    • Nikhil Verma February 14, 2014 12:19 pm

      Yes, it will launch 4G LTE in Bihar coz it already had spectrum at 2300Mhz in Bihar…We will not get 4G on 1800Mhz but we will enjoy 4G speed on 2300Mhz band.

    • Saurabh February 14, 2014 2:06 pm

      If RJio buys Videocon they will have 1800 MHz in Punjab, Haryana, Bihar, UP (E) and UP (W). They bought spectrum in Punjab and MP and Videocon also have there so it will be able to add if in these 2 if buys entire Videocon telecom business. That will take total circles of RJio to 19 where they will be able to start LTE on 1800 MHz. :) So don’t worry.

      • aashu February 14, 2014 2:57 pm

        Kah to aise rahe ho jaise Videocon free me bech dega or bechne k liye tayyar hai

        • shubham February 14, 2014 5:09 pm

          Yes they shud buy videocon. Its just wasting spectrum. They havent launched till date

        • Saurabh February 14, 2014 5:31 pm

          @Aashu, I don’t post anything without facts. Videocon’s chief Venugopal Dhoot is a good friend of Mukesh Ambani and if Ambani wants, Videocon will have no problem in selling their business to him.

          Moreover if we look at Videocon itself, they have not started services in three circles in which they bought spectrum in Nov, 2012 and you can understand why.. They are also waiting to be bought by Ambani. Videocon is not interested in telecom anymore and even the retailers and distributors here in Haryana knows about possible takeover by Reliance Jio.

          One more fact is, if RJio was not looking at Videocon then why they have not taken spectrum in the circles in 1800 MHz band where Videocon already has. There are total of 5 circles. They would have left Gujarat and MP also where Videocon has license but as population is high there, they took 5 MHz extra to serve the demand and as he is from Gujarat too, so more love for that state. lol Also the spectrum this time was cheaper than what Videocon paid in Nov 2012.

          So you might have your eyes closed and not able to analyze the happenings. Mine not. :)

          • shubham February 14, 2014 8:39 pm

            Will airtel be launching 4g in bihar.

  • shubham February 14, 2014 12:05 pm

    Hey jio did not get spectrum in bihar. It means that they are not going to launch 4g here. Quiet disappointed. Plz reply.

    • ghaus February 14, 2014 2:22 pm

      hi shubham
      In bihar reliance jio will provide TDD-LTE it means 4g on 2300mhz.but did not win the spectrum in 1800 mhz.