Reliance Jio Will Not Be A Luxury Product, Plans to Hire More Manpower in Next Months

mukesh-ambani-reliance-jioIn the 39th Annual General Meeting (AGM) Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani mentioned Reliance Jio as the company’s digital services initiative, though kept mum regarding Reliance Jio’s roll out plans.

RIL backed Reliance Jio will not a just another broadband service provider, but aims to become a global leader in delivery of digital content, applications and services.

The official statement from Reliance Industries says, Reliance is investing in future India – that’s digital. RIL wants to radically transform the lives of 1.2 billion Indians. They are focusing on micro and small business houses, digital currency, e-education, e-medicine and others to be a part of India’s economic growth and social progress. The company says Reliance Jio is not just another business, but it’s the passion and belief to the market to transform India.

The statement also says Reliance Jio is aggressive to recruit more professionals – it is going to triple its manpower from current 3,000 employees.

Regarding the price and tariff of services from Reliance Jio, Mukesh Ambani, Chairman at RIL says, “broadband and digital services will no longer be a luxury item – a scarce commodity – to be rationed amongst the privileged few.”

Reliance has finalized key partners and vendors for initial launch and the services will get launched across the country in next 12 months. The company says on delayed launch, “Our impatience to reach our goal demands a sense of urgency, but not careless haste.”

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November 26, 2013 5:23 pm 5:23 PM

reliance jio should offer this plan if it aims to be superhit among the whole of India:

50mbps-100mbps speed with 500 GB (gigabytes) to 1 TB (1 terabyte=1000gigabytes ) limit – at 1000Rs. per month.

then 10 Rs. per GB at the same speed (50mbps-100mbps) for extra data usage.

It will usher India into true wireless broadband revolution!!!

June 8, 2013 11:15 am 11:15 AM

What I don’t understand is, how can Reliance Jio offer lower tariff by using Airtel and Rcom infrastructure? Airtel and Rcom is unsuccessful to provide cheap tariff with its own Infra and hiking tariff day by day?

What is Reliance Jio formula? Airtel Infra + Rcom Infra = Cheapest Broadband!

June 7, 2013 5:19 pm 5:19 PM

Airtel having nice broadband plans in Bangalore. I’m using 8mbps,60gb fup for 1250 rs. Also 16mbps 60gb for 1500. Just 20rs/gb and also a very trusted and reliable network but speed plans are confined in city limit only.

June 8, 2013 8:02 am 8:02 AM

You should try Reliance Broadband. 4Mbps Unlimited no FUP- Rs 1099, 2Mbps- Rs 699, 1Mbps – Rs 549.

Cheapest broadband plan in the country with no FUP. But not available every where. Check with nearest reliance web world.

June 12, 2013 3:25 pm 3:25 PM

As my friend’s experience Reliance Broadband having pathetic wired-line BB service. Even Airtel having 4Mbps 40gb plan here, so even with FUP a trusted network with less downtime was fine for me.