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JIO aims to cover whole of India

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Now JIO is every where even from rural to metropolitan cities.

In a recent interview Mukesh Ambani Reliance Jio is aiming to cover 99 per cent of the country’s population by this Diwali, said a top company official.

As part of its expansion plans, Jio has announced the roll-out of Internet of Things (IoT) services in association with Samsung, which will help consumers and enterprises.

“We are deploying around 8,000 to 10,000 towers every month,” said Reliance Jio Infocomm President Jyotindra Thacker.

He is hopeful that by September or October (Diwali), the company would reach a coverage of 99 per cent. At present, the company has a subscriber base of 160 million paid customers.

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Reliance Jio Tareq Amin Senior VP Technology Tareq Amin said: “We talked about acquiring 100 million customers in 170 days last year, which was unprecedented. People really doubted our ability to convert from free to paid customers. Not only have we converted that, we have largest migration of free to paid services in history. Our network today has 160 million paid subscribers in less than 16 months of operation.”

Through its IoT services, Jio aims to work with the sectors like transportation, weather forecasting and agriculture. It is also exploring the possibility of working with third party developers on IoT.

“India ranked 154th in the world in mobile internet penetration and today it is number one in the data consumption. We believe that today we have the largest data consumption network in the world and largest video consumption network in the world,” said Mr. Amin at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018.

About switching of Jio’s network from 4G to 5G, he said that it could be done by software upgrade, only saying that it was a network built for the future. “For any network in this world, this migration would be a forklift activity. It’s a nightmare,” he said.

In Jio network architecture, “we built this software defining network from day zero,” he added. Jio Infocomm, which has already introduced IoT services in Mumbai, now has plans to roll out pan India. On Monday, Jio Infocomm and Samsung Electronics had announced to work together to set up a nationwide IoT network.

 

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