The entry of Reliance Jio into India's already crowded telecom market is expected to shake things up, and that's an understatement.Reliance Jio tariffs and rollout plans were announced Thursday by Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani at the company's AGM in Mumbai.Under the 'Jio Welcome Offer', all new and existing users are entitled to enjoy free calling, messaging, and data services until December 31.
But, the “JWO will be available to new consumers for subscription till December 3, 2016,” the spokesperson said.19, which offers you unlimited calling (both voice and Vo LTE, even on roaming) along with 100MB of usable data, plus SMS (up to a cap of 100 per day as per Trai's rule).You can learn about Reliance Jio's tariff plans in our detailed Reliance Jio tariff plans guide.(Also see: How to Switch to Reliance Jio and Keep Your Current Number)Until Thursday, the country saw thousands queuing up to get Jio's free SIM with company's 'Jio Preview Offer'.Jio Fiber is promising 1GBps speed for wired broadband in home, and is already being tested in some parts of India.
While the Jio launch has seen people line up to get SIMs, there are issues with speeds and call connectivity that have cropped up since the number of subscribers went up.LIVE UPDATES Reliance Jio Play, the company’s own app for streaming movies, will also have the announcement being broadcast live. For starters, reports indicate that Reliance Jio’s Welcome offer could be extended to March 2017.