State-owned telecom administrator BSNL has launched two prepaid recharge plans that offer voice calling and data benefits. The combo plans, estimated at Rs. 786 and Rs. 599, can be bought till June 30 and will have validities of 90 days and 30 days, separately. Besides, those buying full talk time recharge on top of these packs with getting additional value for their money. This is the most recent in the flood of BSNL plans to provide data and calls at low prices to better competing with Reliance Jio. The new plans will help BSNL stave off the forcefully-priced Reliance Jio plans that provide a minimum 1GB data, and without charging SMS, calls, and apps subscriptions at fewer than Rs. 10 per day.
Reliance Jio has been giving substantial competition to its rivals as far back as it began working a year prior. To start with free Internet and unlimited voice calls, and now with forceful rates, Jio holds an edge in the market that the rest are shocking to get up to speed as well. To disturb the circumstance for them, Jio is eventually offering free Jio SIM home delivery in more than 600+ towns and is also reassuring to send JioFi 4G hotspot to your home in as short of about one hour 30 minutes (90 minutes).
Known for its “unruly” plans, Reliance Jio has at the end of the day thought of another offer. This time, it is presenting 20 percent additional data on the buy of selected LYF cell phones. Both existing Prime individuals and new clients would be able to avail the offer. This Jio offer is eligible only for around 10 LYF brand mobile phones which are: Earth 1, Earth 2, Water 1, Water 7S, Water 8, Water 10, Water 11, F1, F1S and Wind 4S, Reliance Jio Infocomm said on its site. The “20% more data” plan will be relevant on buys made on or after June 9, and till stocks end, Jio included.
The low-cost Reliance Jio offers forced the other telecom operators to launch affordable plans to retain their current customers. While the other operators such as Vodafone, Idea Cellular, and Airtel has already launched the plans to attract the customers. BSNL also just not want to be back as they also launch the chaukka plan of Rs 444 in which they will provide unlimited data for 90 days (3 months).
The data and prime war between the telecom operators are not stoping. Reliance Jio is blaming the incumbents for milking the sector using the money that is hired by them. But the other telecom operators like Idea, Vodafone, and Airtel are blaming the Reliance Jio and its offer of free voice and data for financial woes of the sector.
The Reliance Jio from the very beginning ruling millions of hearts by providing unique schemes to its users. Every day Reliance Jio is bringing something new to the market giving a tough competition to the other telecoms. Since January it is rumored that Reliance Jio is working on 4G VoLTE feature phone and will be soon in the market. The motive of launching these cheap phones is to reach the rural market and to make it available for every person who can’t afford expensive devices. Here are the leaked specs and price of Reliance Jio 4G feature phone.
In a very short period Reliance Jio has created its space in the network world and leading ahead of all networks. It had attracted millions of subscribers at the beginning of six months. A survey conducted by London-based wireless coverage mapping signal on Wednesday disclosed that due to Reliance jio India has reached 15th spot in the 4G network availability all over the world. According to the report of Opensignals ‘State of LTE’, in the third quarter of 2016, India had 71.6 percent which in the first quarter of 2017 jumped to 81.6 percent.
Reliance Jio is surprising every customer and its competitor’s with its exciting plans now and then. According to the reports, Reliance Jio is currently working on new Jio Fiber broadband service which is going to be launch by Diwali. The base plan from companies’ home broadband Jio Fiber would start at about Rs.500 which offers 100GB data.
Reports released by TRAI (telecom regulator) states that monthly subscriber for March Reliance Jio’s prime subscription low price 4G mobile service scheme is not driving demands for its connections, while incumbents have gained, UBS Securities said.