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Saturday, 29 April 2017

Reliance to roll out its FTTH service 'Jio Fiber' with minimum 100 Mbps speed


After successfully triggering tariff war for mobile internet, Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio is now planning to launch high-speed fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) broadband service.
FTTH is a broadband network architecture using optical fiber to provide all or part of the local loop used for last mile telecommunications.
The service is called Jio Fiber and it will be rolled out as a Preview in the coming weeks. According to the reports, Jio has already started trials in various cities and is ready for commercial launch.
Jio Fiber broadband plans will start from 100 Mbps speed. Reliance Jio's upcoming FTTH service is not just about speed and tariff, it has several other features to offer.
Reports suggest that it will have a smart calling feature that will virtually connect the cell phones to  landline. That means if a person receives a call on the landlines it can be received on cell phone.


While the news about the launch is doing rounds, no official confirmation has yet been made. India Today analysed how Jio's entry into the fiber broadband is likely to help users.
It said: "Although India is now home to a large number internet users, majority of them connect to the web using wireless connections like 2G, 3G, and 4G that are neither as fast as a good broadband nor as reliable. However, the neglect of the broadband sector has resulted in a situation where the wireless networks are clogged and even the wired services are poor, with users getting low speeds."
Earlier in January, Airtel announced the launch of V-Fiber that offers consumers in select cities and areas speeds of up to 100mbps using the ADSL2 technology.
This is the second time when Mukesh Ambani is experimenting in the telecom industry after successfully launching Jio that disrupted the whole telecommunication market with its aggressive tariff plans.

It has given tough competition to incumbent players like telecom major Airtel, Vodafone and Idea.

 

Friday, 28 April 2017

Gorgeous Shraddha Kapoor




 
 
 
 

Beautiful Parineeta Chopra






 

Salman Khan snap from movie "Tube light"


Amazon Sells OnePlus 3T From Rs 29,999. Exchange Discounts, Other Offers.





Amazon is offering the OnePlus 3T smartphone at a starting price of Rs 29,999 under a limited-quantity scheme. The e-commerce company is also giving an additional Rs 2,000 off on exchange of existing device to purchase OnePlus 3T, according to the Amazon India website - Amazon.in. The e-commerce company is also offering a no-cost EMI option starting from Rs 2,499.92 through Bajaj Finserv for purchase of the OnePlus 3T device - available in Gunmetal, Soft Gold and Black - under this scheme. The OnePlus 3T comes with two 16MP cameras (front and rear) and a 3400 mAh battery, which features a 13 per cent increase in capacity over the OnePlus 3, as per Chinese smartphone company OnePlus's website.
Here are few other things to know:
EMI option
Amazon is offering the OnePlus 3T on EMIs using credit cards from various lenders, including HDFC Bank, Citibank, ICICI Bank, SBI Card, Standard Chartered Bank and Kotak Mahindra Bank, as per the Amazon website.
"No Cost EMI with Bajaj Finserv is available to existing customers of Bajaj Finserv Ltd...This option is not available if you checkout with more than 1 item," Amazon said.

Exchange
While the 64GB variant of OnePlus 3T is being offered at a price of Rs 29,999 for those customers who do not want to exchange their existing devices, the 128 GB version is at Rs 34,999.
Buyers can get an up to Rs 13,010 off on under Amazon's exchange scheme, depending on the make and model of the exchanged device, it added.

Warranty
Buyers will get a one-year manufacturer warranty for the Oneplus 3T and six months manufacturer warranty for in-box accessories including batteries from the date of purchase, Amazon said.
Meanwhile, full-service airline Jet Airways is offering its frequent flyers a chance to win OnePlus 3T smartphone in a promotional scheme. "Redeem a minimum of 150 JPMiles on JetPrivilege Reward Store and stand a chance to win a OnePlus 3T," Jet Airways said on microblogging site Twitter.
JetPrivilege is a frequent-flyer programme run by Jet Airways under which customers can redeem JPMiles for flights.

Samsung Galaxy S8 vs S8 Plus vs Apple iPhone 7 Plus: What's the difference?




Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus were announced at the end of March, bringing two new fabulous flagships to the smartphone party. How do they compare to their competition though?
We've put them up against the LG G6, the Pixels and the iPhone 7 in previous features but here we are looking at how the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus compare to the Apple iPhone 7 Plus.

Samsung Galaxy S8 vs S8 Plus vs Apple iPhone 7 Plus: Design
•All offer premium, beautiful designs
•All waterproof to some degree
•iPhone 7 Plus slimmer, but heavier and wider than both S8 and S8 Plus

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus share the same beautiful design with an almost all-screen front, very slim bezels, a solid, premium metal build and a glass rear. Unlike previous Samsung devices, the home button is built into the display rather than a physical button beneath the display and the fingerprint sensor has been repositioned to the rear of both devices, next to the camera lens.
The S8 measures 148.9 x 68.1 x 8mm and weighs 155g, while the S8 Plus is the slightly larger and heavier of the two at 159.5 x 73.4 x 8.1mm and 173g. Both are IP68 dust and water resistant and they both feature lovely curved edges and a dedicated button on their left for launching the Bixby personal assistant.
The Apple iPhone 7 Plus also features a lovely design, though a little safer and more traditional than Samsung's two latest. Apple opts for an all-aluminium slim build with curved edges, rounded corners and a the Touch ID fingerprint sensor and Home button on the front, beneath the display. There is a dual-rear camera setup on the rear in the top left corner, making for a little more subtlety than the S8 and S8 Plus array.
Offering a water and dust resistant rating of IP67, the iPhone 7 Plus measures 158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3mm and weighs 188g. This means it is slimmer than both Samsung models, but it is also quite a bit wider and heavier than both and only slightly shorter in body than the S8 Plus, despite the Samsung models both offering larger displays.

Samsung Galaxy S8 vs S8 Plus vs Apple iPhone 7 Plus: Display
•S8 Plus has largest display, iPhone 7 Plus has smallest
•S8 has sharpest display in terms of pixel density at 570ppi
•S8 and S8 Plus have Mobile HDR, iPhone 7 Plus has 3D Touch

The Samsung Galaxy S8 has a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED Infinity display, while the Galaxy S8 Plus has a slightly larger 6.2-inch Super AMOLED Infinity display, meaning both have a dual-edged screen that pumps out rich and vibrant colours. Both take on a 18.5:9 ratio compared to the standard 16:9, allowing them gain the extra inches diagonally without needing the width, hence why they are narrower than the iPhone 7 Plus in terms of measurements.
The S8 and S8 Plus both opt for a Quad HD+ resolution, which translates to 2960 x 1440 pixels for pixel densities of 570ppi and 529ppi respectively, resulting in super sharp and crisp detail. Samsung also adds Mobile HDR Premium to the S8 and S8 Plus, meaning the two new flagships are compatible for viewing HDR content from the likes of Netflix and Amazon Video.
Meanwhile, the Apple iPhone 7 Plus has a 5.5-inch Retina HD display, which means an LED-backlit IPS LCD screen with a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution. The lower resolution means the iPhone 7 Plus has a lower pixel density at 401ppi, though we have never had any complaints with the iPhone's display during our experience with it so it isn't always about the numbers.
It is a flat display, though it has 2.5D glass covering it meaning the display joins to the edges of the iPhone's build seamlessly. The iPhone 7 Plus also has 3D Touch, which is Apple's version of a pressure-sensitive display, allowing for extra features and functions based on the force with which you press. There is no Mobile HDR though and no Always-On display for any notifications at a glance without turning the full display on, something the S8 and S8 Plus do both offer.
Samsung Galaxy S8 vs S8 Plus vs Apple iPhone 7 Plus: Camera
•Dual-camera setup on the iPhone 7 Plus with optical zoom
•Wider aperture on S8 and S8 Plus for both cameras
•Higher resolution front camera on S8 and S8 Plus

When it comes to smartphone cameras, the number of megapixels doesn't directly translate to how good the results are so that's always worth bearing in mind if you're buying a new device with the camera as your top priority. A lot comes down to processing and both Samsung and Apple smash it out of the park, delivering excellent image results across their latest handsets.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus therefore have high expectations on their heads, though we would expect them to be met. There is a 12-megapixel Duo Pixel sensor on the rear of both devices, with an f/1.7 aperture, phase detection autofocus and optical image stabilisation. The S8 and S8 Plus offer up to eight times digital zoom.
On the front, you'll find an 8-megapixel sensor, also with an f/1.7 aperture, along with autofocus over fixed focus and iris scanning capabilities.
The Apple iPhone 7 Plus has already proved it can deliver in terms of camera, featuring two 12-megapixel sensors on the back, one wide-angle with a f/1.8 aperture and the other telephoto with an aperture of f/2.8. It too offers optical image stabilisation and it can provide two times optical zoom and up to 10 times digital. In terms of the front, there is a 7-megapixel FaceTime HD camera with an aperture of f/2.2 and a Retina Flash but no iris scanner.
The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus and the iPhone 7 Plus are all capable of up to 4K video recording from their rear cameras, and up to 1080p from their front-facing snappers.

Samsung Galaxy S8 vs S8 Plus vs Apple iPhone 7 Plus: Hardware
•Powerful hardware on both, more RAM on S8 and S8 Plus
•iPhone 7 Plus and S8 Plus promise similar battery performance
•microSD and 3.5mm headphone jack on S8 and S8 Plus

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus both come with the Exynos 8895 chip or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, depending on region, along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. There is microSD support for storage expansion up to 256GB. The S8 has a battery capacity of 3000mAh, while the S8 Plus has a capacity of 3500mAh, both of which are charged via USB Type-C and both of which support fast charging and wireless charging.
According to Samsung, the S8 will offer up to 20 hours talk time or 14 hours Wi-Fi browsing, while the S8 Plus will offer up to 24 hours talk time or up to 15 hours Wi-Fi browsing. You'll also find a 3.5mm headphone jack on the S8 and S8 Plus, allowing the AKG in-ear headphones bundled in the boxes to be plugged straight in.
The Apple iPhone 7 Plus runs on the A10 chip, with an embedded M10 motion compressor. There is 3GB of RAM and a choice of 32GB, 128GB or 256GB storage, none of which offer microSD for storage expansion. Apple claims the iPhone 7 Plus will offer up to 21 hours talk time or up to 15 hours Wi-Fi browsing, putting it in line with the S8 Plus.
Charging takes place via Lightning, as does everything else including headphone connection as there is no 3.5mm headphone jack. Apple does however provide a Lightning to 3.5mm Headphone Jack adapter in the box so you'll still be able to use your old headphones as long as you don't lose the tiny adapter.
Samsung Galaxy S8 vs S8 Plus vs Apple iPhone 7 Plus: Software
•S8 and S8 Plus run on Android with TouchWiz
•iPhone 7 Plus runs on iOS with quicker updates
•Both have personal assistants

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus run on Android Nougat with Samsung's TouchWiz user interface over the top, while the Apple iPhone 7 Plus runs on iOS 10. Different platforms and different experiences, but both are excellent.
Many of the same features are offered across both platforms, but things are packaged in a slightly different way, such as access to settings. Apple is better at updating devices with its latest software builds almost as soon as they are released, while Samsung users tend to wait a little longer following a new Android build so that's worth bearing in mind if you like the latest features quickly.
Which you will prefer will come down to personal preference, as well as whether you have other Apple devices or you use Google services, but as we said, both platforms are great. You can read our iOS 10 tips and tricks and our S7 tips and tricks to get a better idea of what both platforms will allow you to do.
In terms of personal assistants, the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus will eventually come with Bixby, Samsung's new AI system, and Google Assistant, while Apple has the famous Siri.
Samsung Galaxy S8 vs S8 Plus vs Apple iPhone 7 Plus: Price
•S8 and S8 Plus come in five colours, iPhone 7 Plus in six
•iPhone 7 Plus starting price cheaper but less storage in base model

The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus costs £779 and it will be available in five colours, though not all will come to each country. The colours comprise Midnight Black, Orchid Grey, Coral Blue, Arctic Silver and Maple Gold.
The Apple iPhone 7 Plus starts at £719, increasing to £919 for the highest storage capacity. It is available in six colours including Jet Black, Black, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold and the special edition (PRODUCT) Red. The Jet Black and (PRODUCT) Red colours only come in 128GB or 256GB storage options though, meaning they start from £819.
Samsung Galaxy S8 vs S8 Plus vs Apple iPhone 7 Plus: Which should you choose?
The million dollar question: Do you pick Samsung or do you go with Apple? Ultimately the answer will come down to which design you prefer and which platform suits you better.
The Samsung devices are all about their displays, offering big screens in a relatively small body, while the iPhone 7 Plus is a slightly bigger device overall, but the front has more than just a screen and even if this doesn't follow the latest trend, its design will be preferable to some.
All three devices aren't likely to disappoint though, no matter which you choose. They all offer, or have the potential to offer in Samsung's case, good performance, great cameras, lovely designs and excellent hardware. We were big fans of the iPhone 7 Plus and while we have yet to review the S8 and S8 Plus, we are expecting great things based on our first impressions.
 

Want a bite of Android Nougat? These phones run the latest Android.



The adoption of new versions of Android OS by phone makers has always been a slow process. Integrating custom UIs on any new OS is a time taking process and the main reason for the delay of rolling out updates for phones. According to Google’s own numbers, Android 7.0 and 7.1 account for only 4.9% of all Android devices as on 3 April 2017. Android Nougat was launched in October 2016, with Google’s own Pixel and Nexus phones getting it first, with new features such as side-by-side multi-tasking, better battery management and improved notifications. Here are some of the smartphones which run Android Nougat out of the box, now.
Asus ZenFone 3s Max
Rs.14,999
For a big-battery smartphone, the ZenFone 3s Max is quite compact and handy. The metal finish boosts its solidity and good looks. It runs Android 7.0 with a slightly polished version of Zen UI. It is powered by MediaTek MT6750 octa-core chip with 3GB RAM and 5,000mAh battery, and is ideal for movie buffs looking for a smartphone which lasts up to two days on one charge. It has a slightly bigger 5.2-inch display with resolution of 1,280x720p.

Moto G5 Plus
Rs16,999
The main highlight of the Moto G5 Plus is that it doesn’t look and feel like a budget smartphone. It has a splash resistant metal exterior and a 5.2-inch screen with resolution of 1,920x1,080p. Its fingerprint sensor can also serve as the home, back and recent apps button. It runs Android Nougat 7.0 with near plain version of Android with elements of both Google Now and Pixel launcher. It is driven by Qualcomm’s mid-range Snapdragon 625 octa-core chip with 4GB RAM.

OnePlus 3T

Rs29,999 onwards
OnePlus 3T is a flagship killer in every sense. Not only it is powered by a top-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chip with 6GB of RAM, but also runs the latest 7.1 version of Android with a clean-looking OxygenOS. It has a 5.5-inch (1,920x1,080p) AMOLED display with a layer of Gorilla Glass 4. It is a well-built smartphone with curved metal back design and comes in gunmetal grey, gold and midnight black colour options.

HTC U Ultra
Rs51,974
The U Ultra is a beautifully designed smartphone with glass back and metal frame. It has a 5.7-inch display and 2.05 screen over it, yet doesn’t look big or feel bulky. It weighs just 170g. It runs Android 7.0 with Sense UI and also carries an AI-ready personal assistant called Sense Companion. The 5.7-inch display has a resolution of 2,560x1,440p, while the second screen has a resolution of 1,040x160p. The second screen shows recent apps and contacts. The smartphone is driven by Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor with 4 GB RAM.

Sony Xperia XZs

Rs51,990
Sony Xperia XZs is another flagship smartphone with water and dust resistant metal exterior. It runs the latest 7.1 version of Android Nougat with the typical Xperia interface. It comes with a 19-megapixel camera which uses predictive capture to save moments before and after you take a shot. The 5.2-inch display has a resolution of just 1,920x1,080p, but it is a good-looking display. In terms of processing power, it uses the top-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chip and has clubbed it with 4GB RAM.

LG G6
Rs51,990
LG G6 is another big-screen flagship with a 5.7-inch LCD display with very sleek bezels. The screen packs a resolution of 2,880x1,440 pixels and has a layer of the Gorilla Glass 5 for protection against impact and scratches. It is also water- and dust-resistant. It is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 chip with 4GB RAM. For camera buffs, there are two 13-megapixel cameras. It runs Android 7.0 (Nougat) with LG’s proprietary UI.

Samsung Galaxy S8

Rs57,900
The Galaxy S8 is one of the most compact big-screen smartphones in the market. The 5.8-inch Infinity display stretches to the side panel, has a resolution of 2,960x1,440p and is protected against impact and scratches by Gorilla Glass 5. The Galaxy S8’s other highlights are hardware-level encryption, AI-backed personal assistant Bixby and Samsung Pay support. It runs Android 7.0 (Nougat) with an improved version of TouchWiz which has a few visual elements of Pixel launcher in it. It too is water- and dust-resistant.

Goggle Pixel XL

Rs67,000 onwards
Google Pixel XL not only offers a clutter-free Android experience, but also has the hardware to deliver top-notch performance. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chip with 4GB RAM and is available in 32GB and 128GB storage variants. It runs the latest 7.1 version of Android Nougat and is likely to receive all future updates before any other device. The 5.5-inch AMOLED display offers a resolution of 2,560x1,440p and is protected against scratches by Gorilla Glass 4.

Thursday, 27 April 2017

Bookmyshow, Paytm offer discounts on Baahubali 2 tickets: Here's how you can avail it



Online ticketing platforms such as Bookmyshow.com and Paytm Movies are riding the Baahubali wave. Sensing the excitement of the fans, both the sites are offering huge discounts on the movie tickets of Baahubali 2 .
The sequel to blockbuster Baahubali: The Beginning has broken the record for the fastest online pre-booking of tickets beating Aamir Khan's  movie Dangal                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Bookmyshow is offering a discount of up to Rs 125 upon using the promo code BMS125 on the purchase of two tickets, while Paytm users can avail flat Rs 100 cashback on a minimum booking of two tickets on using the promo code BAAHUBALI.
The advance booking for SS Rajamouli's epic Baahubali 2 started in Chennai City and other parts of Tamil Nadu in the wee hours of 26 April. However, the booking sites of almost all multiplex players reportedly crashed within a few minutes after it opened.
The magnum opus will be released in about 9,000 screens worldwide. India alone has 6,500 screens, while 1,100 screens have been allotted for the film in the US. The film will release in 1,400 screens in other parts of the world.
Director SS Rajamouli has been working on this project for five years now. The prequel, Baahubali: The Beginning, was released in 2015 and it turned out to be a massive hit. Its collection of Rs 6500 crore at the box office set a new record in the Indian film industry.
Trade analysts have predicted that the movie will outdo its prequel Bahubali - The Beginning and rake in around Rs 1,000 crore at the box-office.

The epic period flick has a bevy of stars in the cast including Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka, Sathyaraj, Tammannah, Ramya Krishnan and Nasser.
Baahubali: The Conclusion is due to hit the marquee on Friday, April 28, worldwide.
These are the 10 interesting facts about Baahubali 2- The Conclusion
 1. The climax of Bahubali 2 or Bahubali: The Conclusion alone has reportedly costs a whopping  Rs 30 crore, which is almost double the budget of the climax shot of its prequel Bahubali: The Beginning.
2. Television channel Sony TV has bought the satellite rights of the Hindi version of Bahubali 2 for Rs 51 crore, which is the highest amount paid for a dubbed film so far. It is also the highest price the channel has paid for a regional film for television screening.
3. Bahubali 2 is close to set yet another record of receiving the highest ever advance booking on BookMyShow, breaking the record that Dangal holds as of now.
4. Bahubali 2 or Baahubali: The Conclusion is believed to have already earned Rs 500 crore via satellite and theatrical rights even before its release.
5.Initially, both parts were jointly produced on a budget of Rs 250 crore however, the budget of the second part was increased later.
6. For the second part of the movie, Prabhas weighed 150 kg, which is 30 kg more than what he weighed in the first part. Fot that the makers of the movie shipped gym equipments worth Rs. 1.5 crore to his place.
7. The movie will get a massive release which no other Indian film has ever got in the past. It is going to hit about 6,500 screens across the nation, the highest ever for any movie in India.
8. Baahubali: The Beginning went on to become the highest grossing Indian film ever by earning an unthinkable sum of over Rs 650 crore.
9. In a bid to meet the deadline of the film's release on April 28, the team of Baahubali - The Conclusion has apparently employed 33 VFX firms across the world.  The film's VFX supervisor, R.C. Kamalakannan revealed the same on social media.
10. The film will be released in conventional 2D as well as in IMAX format on 28 April 2017, in India and in several other countries. When Bahubali: The Beginning had released, the first thing that fascinated everyone was its visual effects. Now imagine watching it in 4K High Definition format.

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

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The iPhone 8 may be very hard to get until 2018


There are almost always reports ahead of every iPhone launch saying that Apple is going to have limited supplies of its new phone, but the situation this year seems to be quite a bit different. Apple typically starts mass production of new iPhones several months before they’re announced and still faces supply constraints. If Apple isn’t beginning mass production on the iPhone 8 until October or November, they’ll almost certainly be hard to come by until early 2018.


A longer wait for a truly new iPhone design

Kuo’s assessment adds to the mounting evidence of a delayed — or, at least, severely supply constrained — iPhone 8. Just last week, Bloomberg reported that the iPhone 8 could be delayed by “one or two months,” and Mac Otakara is also expecting a delayed launch.


The general consensus is that the iPhone 8 will feature a new design with an OLED display and a nearly bezel-free look. That means the phone will do away with the iPhone’s iconic home button. Apple is also rumored to be adding wireless charging and a front-facing camera with Kinect-like abilities to track motion in 3D.

More and more images purporting to be leaked iPhone 8 parts and schematics have been coming out over the past few weeks to back all of this up. The origins of these photos are basically unknown, which means there’s very, very good reason to be suspicious of them, but they at least offer an idea of what we’re expecting to see this fall.

One supposed model that was posted yesterday resembles the original iPhone:



iPhone 8 Dummy (This is CNC model according to Foxconn)#iPhone8#iPhoneX#iPhoneEditionpic.twitter.com/GqNwUeXRFw
— Benjamin Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) April 23, 2017
Another purported schematic showed the same vertical camera setup, but flat sides and a rear fingerprint sensor.



iPhone 8 looks to be taking a new direction pic.twitter.com/mG19bcDYiC
— Sonny Dickson (@SonnyDickson) April 19, 2017
It’s entirely possible that these are both somewhat legitimate, as Apple probably hasn’t finalized the iPhone 8’s design at this point and may be trying to determine what’s possible. The fingerprint sensor’s absence on one of the models may be telling: Apple is supposedly trying to build a fingerprint sensor beneath the phone’s display, but if it can’t, it may have to move the sensor around back like Android phones have done for a couple years.

There doesn’t appear to be any one aspect of the phone responsible for the predicted delay. Instead, Kuo reportedly says it’s a matter of Apple ordering several key, custom components that it’s going to take manufacturers a while to get up to speed on.

Despite the apparent delay, Apple is still expected to announce the iPhone 8 in September, when it usually announces new phones. That’s because Apple is reportedly planning to introduce an iPhone 7S at the same time. The 7S is expected to retain the design of the iPhone 7, but — like other S generations — bump the phone’s specs in a handful of different ways to set it apart.

That phone is expected to launch on time

Reliance Jio loss widens to Rs 22.5 crore for second half of FY17.



Mumbai: Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd, the telecom arm of Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL), on Monday reported a net loss of Rs 22.5 crore for the six months ended 31 March, the company said in a statement to BSE. Jio had posted a loss of Rs 7.46 crore in the year-ago period.

Jio’s total income dropped to Rs 54 lakh against Rs 2.25 crore for the six-month period.

It recently announced that 72 million subscribers had signed up for the company’s Jio Prime service in a start to monetisation of the telecom business.

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Jio had on 11 April launched a new plan—Dhan Dhana Dhan—that offers its Prime members 1GB data per day at 4G speeds for 84 days for Rs 309. The company launched this offer after it was asked to withdraw its Summer Surprise offer by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India.

Credit Suisse, in a report dated 21 April said, “Given the strength of RIL’s balance sheet, RIL’s ability to fund losses is also higher than that of peers. Jio’s primary target is likely raising revenue market share as aggressively as possible. We highlight every 1% incremental market share (by FY25) could be worth $1.4 billion in net present value (higher eventual free cash flows) to a large telecom operator.”