Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited will soon unveil its 4G infrastructure that will provide high-speed wireless Internet access to people living across 880 cities and towns in India.
The company is currently carrying out field tests in Reliance plants at Navi Mumbai, Jamnagar and a few other locations and is working hard to fulfill the minimum rollout obligation of covering 90% of its service area before August 31, 2015.
Further, the company is setting up infrastructure keeping in mind growing demand for high-speed data and is recruiting new talent and experts across fields at all the locations it will be present in.
Reliance Jio had announced that it was making a Rs 70,000 crore investment to roll out 4G services across the nation, and holds the largest liberalized bandwidth among any of the Indian network operators.
The company is also working along with OEMs, ODMs and chipset vendors for device engineering and design in order to ensure that they work seamlessly on its network.
A soft-launch of Reliance Jio is expected in Mid July and the company will tie up with wholesale retailers just 2-3 weeks before the official launch of its 4G data service.