Reliance jio 5G network: Recently India’s largest telecom operator Jio planing to 5g network setup. Indian largest telecom sector is ever going through one of the worst phrases, but there is no mood to stop Reliance Jio. Geo-Ambani-led Geo has already interrupted the market with unlimited voice plans with high-speed 4G data. A challenge in industry prices has led to a decline of 90 percent with the next challenge.
Reliance Jio 5G Network
Next Target : Jio 5G
Reliance Jio is currently one of the biggest 4G networks in the country. The company has been able to create all the next generation IP data networks. JIO uses the latest 4G LTE and Volt technology and is now ready to deploy next-genration 5G technology and beyond.
- The company currently has a total spectrum footprint of 1,108 MHz across three spectrum bands.
- It has bands presently ranging around 800 MHz, 1800 MHz and 2300 MHz band in 22 circles.
- All the circles have an average life of over 15 years.
- As Reliance Jio is locking their horns to cover 99 per cent of the whole population of the country by the end of the current fiscal, the worries remain countless.
- The incumbents are even struggling to remain operational under the current circumstances.
- The company has now started to target the post-paid and international segments, which will add to further losses. The companies are not even able to compete against each other as the pricing pressure remains vulnerable to all market threats.
- Jio is now targeting to cover the rest of the segments deepening into the current operational areas to achieve 99 per cent of the country’s population.
The Growing Numbers
- Reliance Jio has earned a net profit of Rs 723 crore.
- The company stands at a turnover of Rs 23,714 crore in the current year of its commercial operations.
- The company now has 186.6 million subscribers at the end of March 2018.
- An average Jio subscriber consumes 9.7 GB 4G data, 716 minutes of voice calls, and 13.8 hours of video per month. The network has an average download speed of 17.9 Mbps.
Declining Data & Call Rates
- The voice call costs have seen a sharp drop by 58 per cent.
- Also, the data rates have come down drastically by 90 per cent with the industry struggling badly to stay afloat.
- The costs have experienced a massive transformation in last 1.5 years since Jio entered the market.
- While the outlook for the telecom industry looks bleak, Jio is going all out to enhance their network and subscriber base.