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Sunday, October 18, 2020

Swadeshi / Reliance Jio is going to make a big bang, can launch 5G smartphone for just that much money

Swadeshi / Reliance Jio is going to make a big bang, can launch 5G smartphone for just that much money

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Reliance Jio is going to have a big bang in the near future. An official of Geo said on condition of anonymity that the company is considering launching a 5g smartphone below Rs 5,000, and if the phone sells more, it will be priced at Rs 2,500-3,000.

Reliance Jio has a big plan

Can launch in 2500 to 3000 smartphones

Reliance is working on its own 5G network

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Under the scheme, the company will try to attract 20 to 30 crore mobile users currently using 2G connections. An official of the company, who did not want to be named, said, "Geo wants to keep the price of the devices below Rs 5,000. When we increase sales, it can cost Rs 2,500-3,000. ''

Geo could launch a very cheap 5g smartphone in India

Reliance Jio did not respond to emails sent in this regard. Currently, 5G smartphones available in India start at Rs 27,000. Geo is the first company to offer free 4G mobile phones to users in India. Under this, Rs 1,500 was paid for the Geo phone, which could be refunded later.

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Mukesh Ambani has talked about making India a country free from 2g connections

Mukesh Ambani, Chairman and Managing Director, Reliance Industries, spoke at the company's 43rd Annual General Meeting to make India 2g free (free from 2g connections) and stressed the need for affordable 5G smartphones. The company is also working on its 5g network equipment and has asked DOT to allocate spectrum for testing of these products. The government has not yet decided on Reliance Jio's request.


5G services are currently not available in India and the government has not allotted spectrum to telecom operators for testing 5G technology.

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