Reliance Jio Rs 500 Volte Smartphone Launched in July
Reliance Jio , a mukesh ambani lead company ready for another blast Relaince Jio Rs 500 Volte Smartphone . After presenting tremendous competition in the telecom industry , Reliance company now presenting its much awaited feature phone 4G Volte this month.
Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio is ready for another explosion . After presenting hard competition in the telecom industry, Reliance Jio is now its much good feature might offer new 4G VoLTE this month.
Which seems to be a broad price out sweat apparently phone makers. Reliance Jio can keep the price of this 4G Volt phone up to 500 rupees.
Report from Economics Times :
Economics Times report published on the website , according to, is believed to be announcement in this regard in its Annual General Meeting of Reliance Industries. Meeting is scheduled to be held on July 21, in which a new tariff plan of Reliance Jio can be announced. The website said this by quoting sources related to the case.
According to the report, Jio can keep its 4G feature phone price very low and it can also be 500 rupees. This can be done to attract 2G subscribers and shift to 4G. It also means that Jio is offering subsidy of 10 to 15 dollars on each handset. ET said this on behalf of HSBC director and telecom analyst Rajiv Sharma.
According to the bottom line of this report, according to this, after the burglary offers of 4G SIM, there was a decrease in the speed of ‘customers acquisition’ of Reliance.
Milestone for Telecom Market
Which was due to this because the low-cost 4G handsets in the market are less. This offer is so cheap & milestone for market. According to the data of April 2017, Reliance Jio has 112.55 million subscribers.
Report said this big blast from Reliance Jio company Another a milestone on telecom industry . Once this Relaince Jio Rs 500 Volte Smartphone launches, existing players will also miss the low-and-voice customers. Geo is the only operator operating on the 4G VoLTE network. However, its counterparts, like Airtel, Vodafone and Idea, are running trial on Abhi Volt and have not yet been commercially launched.