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Reliance Jio Infocomm

  • Third largest telecom-operator in India
  • More than 331.3 million subscribers
  • Total Broadband subscribers stood at 370.76 million as of end of November 2019.
  • Lowest call drops in the country
  • Standalone total income of Rs 38,844 crore (US$ 5.56 billion) in FY19 and stood at Rs 24,076 crore (US$ 3.44 billion) in H1 FY20.

Reliance Jio is an entire ecosystem that allows Indians to live the digital life to the fullest. This ecosystem consists of powerful broadband networks, useful applications, best-in-class services and smart devices distributed to every doorstep in India. Jio’s media offerings include the most comprehensive libraries and programmes of recorded and live music, sports, live and catch up television, movies and events. Jio is about creating connected intelligence for 6 billion global minds to unleash the power of a young nation. The three-pronged focus on broadband networks, affordable smartphones and the availability of rich content and applications has enabled Jio to create an integrated business strategy from the very beginning, and today, Jio is capable of offering a unique combination of telecom, high speed data, digital commerce, media and payment services.

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Reliance Jio Infocomm – Jio Digital Life

2019 Launched JioFiber in August
2019 Became the second largest operator in terms of subscribers in India
2019 Launched Digital Udaan for first time users
2018 Approved plan to spin off fibre and tower assets
Adjudged 'Best Mobile Operator Service for Consumers' at Mobile World Congress
2017 Announced acquisition of wireless spectrum, tower, fiber and MCN assets of Reliance Communications
2017 Launched its Jiophone
2016 Surpasses 50 million subscribers within 83 days of launch
2016 Commercial roll-out of services in September 2016
2013 Infotel Broadband renamed as Reliance Jio Infocomm
2010 Reliance Industries Limited purchased 95 per cent stake in Infotel Broadband


Updated: May, 2019

As of 2019, India holds the world’s highest data usage per smartphone at an average of 9.8 GB per month. It is expected to double to 18 GB by 2024.