JIoBook, a laptop, product of Reliance Jio partnered with China’s Bluebank Communication Technology and is rumored to be released in the market this festive season. According to reports the device will be supported by a Qualcomm processor along with 4 GB RAM and is priced under INR 30,000. As per listing on the certification website it may come in three different variants to offer customers a varied choice.
Chairman of Reliance Industries Ltd Mukesh Ambani announced on June 24 that Jio is bracing for the launch of new JioPhone Next. Reportedly, it will be the most affordable 4G smartphone in the world and partners with Google for the development process. Besides, It will have language translation features, a great camera, and support for the latest Android updates. The phone will go on sale from Sept 10, 2021.
Telecommunication company Reliance Jio on May 17 announced that it will be building the largest submarine cable network to cater to the growing data consumption demand. The company has partnered up with a submarine cable supplier, SubCom, to construct two subsea cables with India at the center. The two cable systems, named the India-Asia-Xpress and the India-Europe-Xpress, will connect India to Singapore and Europe respectively to enhance… read-more
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To help users during the pandemic, Jio has teamed up with the Reliance Foundation to provide JioPhone users a total of 300-free-minutes of outgoing calls/month or 10 minutes/day. Moreover, ‘for every JioPhone plan recharged by users, they will get an additional recharge plan of the same value for free’. However, the users subscribed to annual or JioPhone device bundled plans cannot avail this plan.
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Reliance Jio has become the top bidder at the 2021 4G spectrum auction by acquiring the 488.35MHz band for Rs 57,122.65 crore. Becoming the largest holder in 2300 MHz and sub-GHz spectrum, Jio increased its spectrum footprint by 55%. Similarly, Airtel and Vodafone-Idea have acquired 355.45 MHz and 11.80 MHz respectively, worth Rs 18,698.75 crore and Rs 1,993.40 crore. However, participants didn't bid for 700 MHz and 2500 MHz.
Reliance Jio has taken lead in earnest money deposit for the 5G spectrum auction scheduled from March 1. Investing Rs 10,000 crore EMD, Jio has been allocated the highest eligibility points (73,007) by the Telecom department. While Airtel deposited Rs 3,000 crore, Vodafone was allocated 6,153 points over its Rs 457 crore EMD. The 2,251.25 megahertz spectrum worth Rs 3.92 lakh crore auction will be in seven frequency bands.
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Reliance jio owned video-conferencing platform JioMeet will soon house brand-new features catering to small and medium businesses (SMBs) and enterprise customers. While details about the release remain unclear, the forthcoming additions would include 'breakout rooms' to split participants into various 'rooms' for better communication, multi-device support and simplified file sharing. Besides inviting participants while planning the meetings,… read-more
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Amid the ongoing farmers' protest, Reliance Jio has recorded a dip in its wireless subscriber base in Punjab and Haryana in December 2020. While the numbers in Punjab fell from 1.40 crore (November) to 1.25 crore (December 2020), it plummeted from 94.48 lakh to 89.07 lakh in Haryana. Earlier, Jio had claimed that its subscriber base witnessed a downfall due to factors like COVID-19, conspiracies by its competitors and vandalism of telecom… read-more
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Mumbai Crime Branch booked actress Gehena Vasisth on February 7 for her alleged role in the shooting and uploading obscene videos. Reportedly, the ALT Balaji's' Gandii Baat famed actress would be produced before Mumbai court on February 8. Additionally, she had featured in Star plus soap opera Behenein. Gehena, who is also known as Vandana Tiwari, gained popularity after winning the Miss Asia Bikini contest in 2012.
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As per a Department of Telecommunications's (DoT) release, landline users will have to prefix a zero for all calls directed to mobile phones from January 15. All major Indian telecom giants like Airtel and Jio have started notifying their customers about the new landline to mobile rule. Reportedly, the directive, which was issued in November 2020, has been implemented to secure adequate numbering resources for fixed-line and mobile users.
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