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They must have something very special planned if they hope to compete with the big boys.
Would love to see the ROI they plan to get from this.
And they expect to provide national coverage in those frequency ranges, pffft, that will eat up the budget before they get out of the metros.
Without a sub-1-gig frequency, this is going to flop
If they want people to use this in their phones, but it is a LTE-A network only, how will they provide voice on the users cellphones?
Reliance Jio got around the issue, with a simple app.
Yes, but they are not building a mobile network with blanket coverage. So yes you can put the SIM in your phone, just don't expect seamless coverage.