Jio customers consume 200+ crore hours of video per month
MUMBAI: Reliance Jio Infocomm customers consume more than 200+ crore hours of video per month on the network, the telco’s parent company Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) said in its third-quarter earnings report.
The per subscriber per month video consumption stood at 13.4 hours.
Jio subscribers continue to demonstrate high activity level with average data consumption per user per month of 9.6 GB and average voice consumption of 694 minutes per user per month.
Jio continues its rapid ramp-up of subscriber base and as of 31st December 2017, there were 160.1 million subscribers on the network. This makes it India’s largest wireless data subscriber base, with the gap widening from the other operators. With gross additions of 27.8 million during the quarter, Jio continues to have a dominant share of all the new LTE smartphones sold in the country.
The growth in subscriber base is getting further accelerated through the launch of JioPhone, which has expanded the reach of Jio Digital Services to all the feature phone users as well. Reliance Retail is geared to increase the capacity of supply of JioPhone, considering the tremendous response from Indians to embrace Digital Life.
The company is making progress in delivering Enterprise solutions and FTTH with beta trials initiated in a few locations. These services are being offered using the same integrated network and platforms.
Jio said it has built a next-generation all-IP data network with latest 4G LTE technology. It is the only network built as a Mobile Video Network and providing Voice over LTE technology.
Jio has built a future-ready network which can easily deploy 5G and beyond technology in the last leg. Jio has created an ecosystem comprising network, devices, applications and content, service experience and affordable tariffs for everyone to live the Jio Digital Life.
Jio has created a strong data network with infrastructure and backhaul for offering wireless services, wireline services, FTTH, Enterprise offering, IOT services and other digital services. These will lead to further data consumption on the network.