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No More Reliance JIO Free Offers from April 1 Onwards

Reliance Jio announced that JIO Welcome Offers End From April 1 Onwards

Reliance JIO offer ends: Reliance Jio which stood as the revolution in the Telecom industry is now officially given an end for its free offers. Though JIO came in last year i.e., 2016 and stated that the Welcome Offer will complete on December 31st of 2016.

Later this company came with another offer for the users to increase the days for a free offer as Jio happy New Year Offer, which was effective from December 2016 until March 31st of 2017. The Reliance Industries Ltd.’s subsidiary arm Reliance Jio, in the company filings to BSE, stated that its varied free services will end on March 31, 2017.

Reliance Jio announced that JIO Welcome Offers End From April 1 Onwards

Reliance Jio announced that JIO Welcome Offers End From April 1 Onwards

Reliance Jio came with so many exciting offers for the users which comprise of Jio Data of free 4G, Jio Voice which gives free outgoing and incoming calls. There won’t be any roaming charge even if we connect to the out of a station. This gave free Standard SMS with unlimited in number for free.In its filing to the BSE, the company officially reported that it crossed 50 million subscribers in the first 83 days since the service had been launched and also getting around 6 lakh subscribers per day, the company had 72.4 million subscribers within four months from the commencement of services as per the company reports.

This Reliance Jio Company, however, got the complaints about the continuation of the Interconnection from the other service operators. Taking it to the Target, the other Telecom companies like Airtel and Vodafone stated that “The POI capacity provided by these operators is still way below requirement and is falling short of the customer addition pace of Jio, resulting in a quality of service issues for Indian customers.” It further added that because of this, call failure rates continue to be of the order of 175 calls failing out of every 1,000 calls from Jio to Airtel network when the Quality of Service regulations mandate that no more than 5 calls out of every 1,000 calls can fail.” After the Jio services, in response to that Airtel, India’s largest carrier, and other operators have slashed tariffs by as much as 66%, and have increased data allowances to retain customers.

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