We all know very well that Reliance Jio had dominated the Indian telecom sector by providing mind-blowing offers at a very cheap price. Now, due to the giant telecom operator, of course, Reliance Jio the owner of this telecom operator has decided to shut down there SIM service by 20th March.

On 20th March This Telecom Company Will Shut Down Their SIM

Reliance Jio, the telecom company which had dominated the Indian telecom sector by providing mind-blowing offers at a very cheap price. As earlier we saw that how the giant telecom operator Reliance Jio launched what it calls a ‘Triple Cashback Scheme‘.

However, now it seems that the mobile phone users in India, especially the millions who use feature phones for 2G calls are in for a treat. The recent reports claim that three major telecom operators in India are working with smartphone companies to launch a 4G smartphone.

Well, a 4G smartphone is not an extraordinary thing nowadays, the world is looking forward to 5G now. However, the top three telecom operators are planning to launch a 4G smartphone which might be as low as Rs 500 – and offer them with bundled voice and data plans for Rs 60-70 a month.

The approach is completely different from Reliance Jio’s strategy of subsidizing 4G feature phones and is aimed at countering the latest Rs 49 monthly plan for JioPhone users.

But, apart from all these things we also have to believe that after the arrival of Jio, there has been a radical change in the Indian telecom industry as we all know very well. Due to Reliance Jio, there is not only a huge reduction in the prices of the Internet but due to Jio many telecom operators has also suffered massive losses.

So, according to the latest reports, now the latest case is related to Anil Ambani the owner of Reliance, has recently decided to completely shut down his 2G GSM and CDMA SIM service, it means that soon you will not be able to use it after March 20.

Hence, now if you do not port your Reliance SIM card to other operators before the March 20, then keep this thing in your mind that your SIM will be completely shut down and you will not be able to use it in the future.

So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.


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