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India's largest mobile operator Bharti Airtel has said the new tariff announced by Reliance Jio is very aggressive and unsustainable, and the industry will respond to it with more competitive plans and additional data offerings.
It's an end game for Norwegian telecom operator Telenor in India. Nearly eight years after venturing into India, Telenor has decided to call it quits.
From April 1, Reliance Jio will start its tariff plans. All domestic voice calls to remain free, no roaming charges, no hidden charges, says Ambani.
Despite the prices, Jio still seems to have an edge over other telecom players when it comes to the data offered per Rupee.
Reliance Jio's Prime membership offers free voice calls and data at prices much lower than the competition.
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