Reliance Jio new offer..8 points you must know

After three months, Reliance Industries chairman on Thursday came before the media and said 'Happy New Year' to the Reiliance Jio users with another mega free offer. He announced 'Happy New Year Offer'.

Here are the 8 key announcements made by Ambani today.

Jio services now free till March 31, 2017


He announced 'Happy New Year Offer', under which the entire bouquet of Jio aps and services free till March 31, 2017.


2. New daily FUP limit of 1 GB 


Reliance Jio announced a new daily FUP limit of 1GB, which once exhausted will result speed drop to 128kbps.

3.Get jio SIM delivered to home service expanded


 Free home delivery will start soon, and door-to-door delivery will be done till Dec 31


4. KYC outlets to go up to 4 lakhs by 2017

Mukesh claimed that the company has 2 lakh eKYC outlets, a number almost equal to the total number of ATMs in India. Ambani further said that there will be 4 lakh outlets by March 2017.

5. Reliance Jio is the world's fastest-growing IT company

Reliance Jio has added another feather to its cap, that of being the 'world's fastest-growing IT company'. RIL CMD Mukesh Ambani said, "Jio has become the fastest-growing technology company in the world." He added that the company has grown faster than Facebook, WhatsApp and Skype in the past three months.


6. 900 crore voice calls from Jio blocked in the last three months

Hitting out at rivals, Ambani said that in the last three months nearly 900 crore voice calls from Jio to networks of its three largest competitors (Airtel, Vodafone and Idea) were blocked.


7. Call drops have come down to 20%


Mukesh Ambani, however, claimed that in the past few weeks the call block rate has come down from over 90% to nearly 20% 

8.Jio now fully supports MNP

He also said that Jio now fully supports Mobile Number Portability (MNP). All customers can retain their existing number when they migrate to Jio. This is being progressively launched across India through MyJio and will be available in top 100 cities by December 31, 2016.