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Reliance Jio's Welcome Offer Could Extend Till March 2017

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For the individuals who feared missing out on free 4G information use on Reliance Jio from December onwards, have motivation to celebrate. Reports recommend that the organization could likely amplify its Jio Welcome Offer till March 2017.

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This implies unless Reliance Jio adjusts its current arrangement in not so distant future, clients on the system will get free 4G information up to 4GB every day, facilitate reached out till March 2017.

Be that as it may, we're troubled of making such declarations, at any rate till the organization opens up to the world about it. For the present, such claims have just been made by examiners at Motiwal Oswal, who trust that Jio will go for the juggernaut to achieve its focused on 100 million-client base.
Mass scale free welcome offer could continue until March 2017 to attract subscriber growth towards the celebrated 100 million mark with RJio’s indicative data pricing at Rs 130-140 per gigabyte (GB)
- Motilal Oswal Report
The experts explanation behind such claims is specifically connected with the continuous purpose of interconnectivity (POI) issue. This is constrained numerous clients to depend on their non-Jio number to make calls.

The matter was as of late taken up by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), recommending that Airtel, Vodafone and Idea pay Rs 50 crore for each hover as punishment for neglecting to give POIs to Jio.

Indeed, even Reliance Jio has communicated its worries about availability, and said that they may need to expand the time of free administration, if the circumstance doesn't enhance in the coming months.

The organization's division head additionally cleared up that Reliance Jio won't need TRAI's authorization, in the event that they mean to expand the free offer. Regardless of the possibility that Reliance Jio ends up amplifying the Welcome Offer, odds are they could think that its difficult to draw in more clients.

Their 4G speeds on their system has been bit by bit backing off, in truth according to a late TRAI report, Jio 4G is the slowest in the nation.

Datawind to launch a Rs 3,000 4G smartphone that comes with 1 year free unlimited Internet

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Low-cost handset maker Datawind will launch a 4G device early next year for about Rs 3,000 and offer free Internet browsing for 12 months on it.

"We will launch a 4G device for about Rs 3,000 with free unlimited 4G browsing for 12 months," Datawind President and CEO Suneet Singh Tuli told PTI. He, however, said there will be no free downloads and videos.

Tuli said those who want to access videos and do downloads can buy a regular 4G plan offered by operators. He said Datawind is in talks with various mobile operators for the 4G device. The company already has partnerships with Reliance Communications and Telenor for the free 2G and 3G Internet browsing.

Bharti Airtel on August 6 had announced launch of its 4G mobile phone services and now covers over 350 towns whereas Vodafone has started with Kochi, which will be followed by Delhi, Mumbai and other metros by March.

Reliance Jio, the telecom arm of the cash-rich Reliance Industries is likely to start 4G voice and data services in December, while, Idea Cellular is planning to launch 4G services in 750 towns across 10 circles by the first half of 2016.

At a price tag of Rs 3,000, the device will be cheapest among 4G handsets. Currently, the lowest 4G-enabled handset comes for over Rs 4,000.

Asked if Datawind offering free Internet bundled with devices, violates the principle of net neutrality, Tuli said no because they are not discriminating among websites.

He said what they are doing is perfectly net neutral as they are offering free Internet browsing and people can access any website they want to without paying data charges for browsing.
The company, he said, is making money through advertisements.
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