Isha Ambani First Raised the Idea of Jio – Dad Mukesh Reveals

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Mukesh Ambani and Isha Ambani
Mukesh Ambani and Isha Ambani

The telecom venture Jio of Mukesh Ambani – clicked in India as the largest mobile broadband data consuming in the world in the nation within a span of two years. This idea first raised by Isha Ambani, Mukesh daughter in 2011.

Ambani revealed this in last night speech after oil-telecom conglomerate presented Drivers of Change award at the Financial Times ArcelorMittal Boldness in Business Awards. Reliance, indeed, has spent USD 31 billion to enter the market of the smartphone in India. The 2016 start, Jio emerged as #4 in India in regards to call service offering for data and call transmission for cheap rates.

Mukesh Ambani About Jio Origin

Jio also racing for heavy services and can connect businesses, homes, and cars to the internet. of Jio was first seeded by my daughter, Isha, in 2011. She was a student at Yale (in the US) and was home for holidays. She wanted to submit some coursework – and she said, ‘Dad, the internet in our house sucks’,” he recalled.

Earlier, India suffering from poor connectivity and data scarcity. Additionally, data was priced at higher rates. Jio made a transformation and made data affordable in every part of the country. “We launched Jio in September 2016. And today it has already become the biggest game changer in India,” he said.

“This will make India a leader in 4G in 2019,” he said. “It took the combined Indian telecom industry 25 years to build a pan-India 2G network. Jio took just three years to build a 4G LTE network, which is much larger and far more advanced. And it is also 5G-ready today.”

Moreover, Jio made free-voice calling and now high-speed data available at lowest price.

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“The result has been stunning: 3 lakh to 5 lakh Indians are migrating to Jio Phone. And for the same Rs 200-300, they benefit through access to the high-speed internet with their existing voice needs are completely free.”

“Within the next few years, Jio will empower the equivalent of two-thirds of Europe’s population to enjoy world-class digital services in India,” he said.