Despite this, however, it could be a hard sell for Reliance Jio to convince its subscribers to stick to its network.
Jio Prime is a plan that extends the unlimited services offered by Reliance Jio under the Happy New Year Offer by another year.
At the end of Reliance Jio's "Happy New Year" unlimited free voice and data offer which discontinues after March 31, users will have to avail for tariff plans from April 1, 2017 onwards.
-Prime members will have special data offers and higher data usage packs that normal users won't have access to. From April 1, Jio services will be paid. Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular are already finding it hard to survive.
While shares of Reliance Industries, the parent firm of Jio, rose 1.36 per cent to close at Rs 1,088.25 on BSE, rival Bharti Airtel tanked 3.9 per cent to close at Rs 362.95. Idea Cellular is even worse. Idea posted its first ever quarterly loss over the period. Reliance has now announced that their services shall no longer be free following the 31st of March.
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The company will provide tariff plans which will contest with other telecom services.
Let's check out what this new membership has on offer. However, TRAI has recently floated a consultation paper on tariff regulations.
During the initial 170 days, Jio added 100 million subscribers, or 7 customers every second every day. The telco is now riding on the back of the financial strength of its parent company - RIL. Ambani said Jio will more than double this number in the coming months and offer 4G LTE connectivity to every city, town and village in India, covering 99 per cent of the population of the country. He said that while there has been confusion for users regarding which data plan was the cheapest, he said he would simplify it through this.
The number of broadband subscribers increased 8.17% to 236.09 million at the end of 31 December 2016 compared to 218.27 million at the end of 30 November the same year. With the launch of Jio, this business model has been fractured and not all incumbents are prepared to play the data game.
Jio provided sustainable employment for 50 lakh people.