Reliance Jio AGM 2022: New Jio AirFiber launched in India
With Jio’s new service, you can get bit-speed broadband without having to worry about wires.
The company announced that it would be rolling out 5G infrastructure in India during the 45th AGM of Reliance Jio.
This could have many advantages including faster internet speeds on mobile devices, new services like AirFiber and Cloud PC introduced by them at their 2022 shareholder meeting which are both designed to compete with conventional broadband providers while replacing laptops or desks without expensive hardware purchases needed for traditional computers anymore!
Now you can get high-speed internet at home without the hassle of installing wires! With Reliance Jio’s Air Fiber solution, end users will be able to enjoy broadband speeds on their single device.
This means that all there is left for them are settings up hotspots and accessing an online portal where they input information about themselves before purchasing credits or downloading apps like Netflix directly from Google Play Store
A few months ago we reported how India might soon become one of many countries experiencing 5G adoption—but what does this mean? Well first off ,it seems certain areas.
Jio Cloud PC
The Cloud PC is a revolutionary new way to access the power of personal computers without any major hardware requirements.
This virtual machine can be streamed from anywhere, reducing strain on your home’s wiring and saving you money in upgrade cost alone!
The 5G network will also enable faster streaming speeds so now even people who don’t have fast internet at their houses or apartments could use these devices as well – making it easier than ever before for everyone across India (and beyond) accessibility via one small set-top box device that takes care all needs while being affordable thanks its ability fold up into nothing when not needed.
In an attempt to take on its competitors in the Indian fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) space, Reliance Retail has announced that it will be entering this market with private label brands sold at their supermarkets and hypermarkets.
The company had internally set a target of Rs 50 thousand crore turnover from the FMCGet business which falls under the Consumer Brand Division; they are now ready for battle!
The company has a wide range of products to offer, with grocery items like pulses and grains being just one example.
They also sell edible oils; flour (including pastry); dry fruits such as raisins or currants for those who prefer their breakfast cereal without milk – there’s even oatmeal! And don’t forget snacks: biscuits namkeens , sauces from desi kitchen snack takes yeah ! Healthy life