Does Reliance Jio Misjudged Telecom users

does-reliance-jio-misjudged-telecom-market-usersIndia’s richest man Mukesh Ambani shakes up the country’s ultra-competitive mobile market, telecommunications companies are scrambling to either consolidate or cut their losses and run. Norwegian multinational Telenor, Videocon recently became the latest to Indian telecom market while MTS, Aircel, vodafone took merger root while Tata Docomo, Reliance Communication is looking for best way to quit or merge it to reduce huge debt.

Does Reliance Jio Misjudged Telecom Market users:

  • Mukesh Ambani on 42nd Reliance AGM on 2nd September 2017 announces Jio plans starting from Rs 149 monthly which offer 0.3 GB 4G data free and higher plans like Rs 4,999 monthly plan will give 75 GB free 4G data. Where are these plans NOW ?
  • Reliance jio forced to offer free Services for 6 Month and even 10 Month to some users.
  • In the April to June quarter of 2016 average ARPU of the industry stood at Rs 140.88. This was a 40.7% decline. Consequently average revenue per user (ARPU) for the telcos has been on a declining trend since the launch of Reliance Jio. Industry Average ARPU stood at Rs 83.41 in Q1 FY2017-18 while Reliance jio might have dreamed ARPU of Rs. 500-600 but its is far below Rs. 150 as per current plans and market shares.
  • There is Not Buyer nor seller for Reliance jio’s dream plans like M,L,XL,XXL, XXXL, they why Reliance jio launches there plans with Big propaganda, does reliance fail to understand Indian Telecom market users or competitors in Indian markets who offers same range plans.
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