Reliance Jio made a world record in the history of telecom industry when its subscribers reached at 16 million user’s base within one month of its launch. Its top management recently announced that subscribers have reached up to 24 million which is simply unbelievable but true. This is the big business achievement for Reliance network but it also raises one question from users perspectives, are 24 million subscribers going to affect the speed of its 4G data? If Reliance Jio is unable to maintain the data speed in future, they can also lose the big subscribers base in the same velocity.
Reliance Jio 24 million subscribers
These days Reliance Jio’s users are making complains about its 4G data speed and India Telecom regulatory authority has also ranked the Reliance Jio as one of the telecom operations offering slowest 4G internet speed. One group of experts believe that the slow 4G speed is the result of rapidly growing subscribers, whereas its management always clarify that 4G speed gets down after using the per day limit of 4GB. It is true that Jio Welcome offers assigns 4G daily limit in accordance with Fair usage policy, once this limit is finished and 4G speed goes down to 256kbps automatically.
Until now, Reliance Jio has become the largest data provider in the world. Its additional information about Jio’s subscribers is shared by Economic Times report that only two states Gujrat and Telangana have 2.7 million subscribers of Reliance Jio. Other states with highest Reliance Jio subscribers are Punjab, Assam, Kerala and West Bengal.
People uses Reliance Jio SIM as the backup number and inserts it in SIM slot 2, because they often get dropped calls using Reliance network which they cannot afford while having or making official calls. Though, Reliance blames its two big competitors Airtel and Vodafone to be the reason behind these call drops made to one of those networks.