RJIL’s inking of this deal comes on the backdrop of the company not only establishing tower-sharing pacts with other telecom companies, but also sharing Network with Sunil Mittal’s Bharti Airtel. Bharti Airtel is the parent company of Bharti Infratel, among those whom RJIL will share towers with.
Reliance Jio’s involvement in India’s hotly contested telecommunications industry began in 2010, when it bought 4G airwaves and acquired a pan-India license for the same. The company also laid down an optic-fibre network with the hope of offering a stand-alone broadband service. This was done in Odisha and West Bengal.
It is expected that the Mukesh
Ambani owned company will launch 4G services in India sometime during
2014. Also, the company taking into consideration the fact that
handset compatibility would be a critical issue to operate 4G
services, RJIL has tied up with Asian manufacturers to produce
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