DUBLIN, Nov. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Reliance Jio – Disrupting India Internet” company profile has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
This perspective on Reliance Jio’s potential to make an impact in the India internet space, along with detailed view on the expected disruption from the entry/presence of Jio platforms in specific internet sectors.
Reliance Jio has truly disrupted the mobile internet space in India, acquiring a base of 400 Mn internet users and has become the leading mobile internet provider in the country, in a span of ~3-3.5 years.
Jio now plans to ride on this promising opportunity through its online platforms across internet verticals like e-tailing (Grocery, Fashion), eB2B retail, digital content, digital payments, eHealth, Ed-tech and others. Post announcement of JioMart, Jio platforms has seen remarkable backing from global investors. Moreover, Jio enjoys strong brand trust among the Jio mobile internet users, which is significantly
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