Reliance Jio has alleged that existing telecom companies are adopting “unfair and rigid” ways to keep their customers in check. According to Reliance Jio, a large number of customers want to withdraw from the network of these companies, but the companies are not letting them do that.
Jio’s complaint is against Bharti Airtel, Idea Cellular and Vodafone and he has written a letter to the telecom regulator regarding this and urged “strict action”. Jio says that these companies are in violation of this alleged transaction license terms. It should be stopped.
Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio wrote a letter to the Telecom Regulatory Authority on April 10, in which he said that these companies are adopting various methods such as special packages and plans to keep the customers away from leaving the network and Is cheating with them
Vodafone spokesperson said about this that the company offers according to the needs of the customer and it is in accordance with all the rules. Bharti Airtel spokesperson rejected the said charges and said that the company adheres to all regulatory instructions. Email sent to Idea Cellular about this has not been answered. IDEA has not responded to the email sent so far.
Today, it is happening with so many people, that the company is stopping them by giving greed for new offers. The offers that the company is giving is only for some time.
For Example – Reliance Jio launched a scheme of Rs.309, which is giving daily 1 GB of data, 100 SMS and unlimited calls to for 3 months.
Now, all telecom companies are launching similar offers; Recently, Airtel has launched 399 & 244 plan, Idea 297 plan and 447 plan, BSNL has 339 plans and Telenor has launched FRC73 plan. In all these plans, the promise of giving 1 GB data daily is being given in the form of geo and calling minutes are being given together. But let me tell you that these plans are being given to all the users not just select customers.
Talking about the calls, Unlimited Calling is not giving any company. Only Reliance Jio is giving unlimited calls to its customers across in India.