Reliance Jio is reportedly working on all-in-one application in India. The telecom operator is reported to launch a ‘super’ app that will come loaded with over 100 services.
The company is planning to bring different services like payments, bookings, e-store and more with it’s new application. With this, Jio is planning to launch an application similar to WeChat in China. The Chinese application is a one-stop for all the needs. The app might be the part of Mukesh Ambani’s new-commerce initiative, which is aimed to bring online to offline. “Reliance is working on creating the world’s largest online-to-offline New Commerce Platform,” Ambani said at the Make in Odisha Conclave in November last year.
“The ubiquitousness of Jio devices puts Reliance in a powerful position. It can connect its vast ecosystem of its users with a multi-layered fabric, offering a rich array of services, connecting online-to-offline, through a one-stop, super app,” Prabhu Ram, Head, Industry Intelligence Group (IIG), CMR, told IANS.
Meanwhile, Jio has announced that it will be launching its GigaFiber FTTH service in 1,600 cities.Chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Industries Limited, Mukesh D Ambani said in a statement to ET Telecom that GigaFiber is rolling out to 1,600 cities across India after a successful beta test in selected cities. However, the company is yet to announce the pricing and availability of its service.