Reliance Jio will offer ‘Jionet’ high-speed internet at Tamil Nadu Investor’s Meet

Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited (RJIL), a subsidiary of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), will offer ‘Jionet’ High Speed Wi-Fi internet service at Tamil Nadu Global Investors Meet (TN -GIM). The meet is supposed to be held between the 9th & the 10th September 2015 at Chennai Trade Centre in Chennai. Reliance JIO is the only operator with BWA spectrum across 22 service areas.


The two-day conference will be inaugurated by Honourable Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa, and will focus towards realising Tamil Nadu’s vision of inclusive growth through investment inflows, growth in employment, balanced regional development, and environmentally sustainable long-term development.

It is an effort from the Government of Tamil Nadu to build attractive growth prospects for the state and commit in maintaining its position as one of India’s most preferred investment destinations. As Jio becomes the official connectivity partner of TN-GIM, visiting dignitaries will be able to experience, and reap the benefits of high-speed wireless connectivity on hand-held devices (smartphones and tablets) through the Wi-Fi network that is offered by Reliance Jio.

Commenting on this initiative, a Reliance Jio Spokesperson said, “This year, Global Investor Meet promises to be an extra-ordinary experience for all the visiting stakeholders as it will intend to build strong brand equity of Tamil Nadu globally, and showcase its potential as a leading and preferred investment destination across the world. It will intend to promote the ethos and rich cultural heritage of Tamil Nadu. At the event, Jio will be offering its ‘Jionet’ high speed Wi-Fi internet service as we want visitors to sample the digital ecosystem we are building consisting of high-speed data networks, specially designed apps and rich content to understand how it can enrich their lives.”

The users’ feedback on the network and overall experience will be used to improve the services further as Jio gets ready for its formal launch. Once 4G LTE service commences, Wi-Fi and LTE networks will operate seamlessly with each other.

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mani Devi
November 23, 2015 10:55 pm 10:55 PM

Reliance jio marketing

September 13, 2015 7:48 am 7:48 AM

Jio when r u coming

Abishek Naagendra
September 10, 2015 5:40 pm 5:40 PM

I will port out my Aircel number to RJIO… I will retain BSNL sim for BSNL landline benefits… But, I doubt whether RJIO will be able to handle the traffic… As I hear, more people wish to port out or join RJIO… Anyways, I will always support Indian companies… Who will turn down being a customer of one of the top Indian companies?

September 10, 2015 6:02 pm 6:02 PM

Bro, aircel is cheap and best network in tamilnadu and chennai…and why can u port do aircel to jio..? And y cannot choose airtel port out???

Neeraj K
September 10, 2015 8:30 pm 8:30 PM

@tamilselvan No bro, aircel is providing very poor quality internet services, weak signal all the time, it is very frustuating when you are doing some important work your net disconnects, signal gone away, in the name of 3g they are providing 2g internet, in fact aircel 3g = 2g of avoid, aircel 3g is the most worst 3g service provider, when jio launch its services, i will immediately port out my aircel number to jio and i request all the customers of aircel to port out to jio. 

September 11, 2015 6:33 am 6:33 AM

Totally i agree bro, because no 1 fraud company for aircel..because its unlimited post fup speed is 64 kbps..but its really given 16 kbps(2KBPS). Its my own experiance