Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) on Monday released its report on an account of Q3 (FY 2016-17) Financial and Operational Performance – particularly the quarter finishing on December 31, 2016. The organization made them intrigue statistics to uncover, for example, the most recent Reliance Jio endorser figures, and in addition quarterly deals figures of its Lyf brand cell phones.
Enumerating Reliance Jio InfocoLYFmm’s subscription figures, RIL said that in under four months since the beginning of services on September 5, it had achieved 72.4 million users as of December 31. To review, the organization had crossed the 50-million endorser breakthrough in only 83 days since dispatch back in November – including a normal of 600,000 supporters a day. Back in October, RIL Chairman Mukesh Ambani had said that the organization had an objective of 100 million endorsers “in the shortest possible time” – and it looks to be on track.
“This level of growth has been unprecedented on any mobile network anywhere in the world, and is a testimony to the comprehensive digital ecosystem that Jio has created and its promise of enabling millions of Indians to add value to their daily lives. Jio continues to transform the industry paradigm by revolutionising the customer journey from on-boarding to usage by offering services and applications which have substantially enhanced customer experience,” the company said in its press release.
“The POI capacity provided by these operators is still way below requirement and is falling short of the customer addition pace of Jio, resulting in quality of service issues for Indian customers. The resultant call failure rates continue to be of the order of 175 calls failing out of every 1,000 calls from Jio to Airtel network when the QoS regulations mandate that no more than 5 calls out of every 1,000 calls can fail. Indian customers are still being denied the benefits of superior voice technology on Jio’s state-of-the-art network.” stated the report.