After months of testing its Jio 4G data and voice services with a close-knit group of employees and their families, Reliance Communications will be rolling out the service to its CDMA customers starting this week.
Available only in select circles, RCom will be offering 10GB data pack at only Rs 93 per month, which would be the cheapest 4G tariff in India. In fact, it's 94% lower than that of its competitors.
GSM users are currently not eligible to use the newly announced service, and CDMA users have to upgrade their handsets.
The 4G service will be offered in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, UP East and West, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar.
Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, and Rajasthan can see RCom's 4G offerings by mid-July, which is pending an approval from the Department of Telecommunications (DoT).
RCom reportedly has plans to offer its 4G service on a pan-India basis by mid-August.