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Reliance Jio slated to spend upwards of Rs 1000 crores on commercial launch

15-March-2016
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Reliance Jio slated to spend upwards of Rs 1000 crores on commercial launch

Reliance Jio is slated to spend upwards of Rs 1000 crores on commercial launch indicate industry sources.  Jio’s mobile phone services are expected to be formally launched sometime next month.

Reliance Jio has been in the news for making its presence felt on social media, since its soft launch creating a curiosity about its formal launch and its offerings through digital media in an interesting manner the brand has taken twitter by storm on a number of occasions . Jio’s #UnboxingLYFalso became top Twitter trend in 3 countries and 25 cities

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Reliance Jio(Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited (RJIL), a subsidiary of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) .

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