The much-awaited 4G LTE service from Reliance Jio is finally going to roll out by the March next year. Four years after Reliance Jio got its first 4G license, they have been working on a go-to-market strategy, and now ET reports that the company is looking to hire nearly 3,000 people at regional levels to set up its retail and distribution chain as the Reliance Industries unit gears up to launch its 4G LTE telecom services next year. Also Read - Google Chrome sending Enhanced Safe Browsing notifications? Know all about it here
Citing sources familiar with the process, the paper says that the company has been on a hiring spree but first they were hiring people with potential to plan and now it is recruiting people to execute the strategies, this person said, indicating that the company is in advanced stages of its plan to roll out services. Also Read - Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro are really happening and Google just teased them
“As we begin to spread our geographical operations, hiring is an intrinsic part of our build process,” said a Reliance Jio spokesperson. “It is obvious given the shape and size of our business, we envisage that with our nationwide operations, we will be potentially employing a large number of people.” Also Read - Nord 2 5G explosion fiasco: OnePlus releases statement following investigation
Reliance Industries has invested Rs 70,000-crore in 4G LTE high-Internet-speed services, including Rs 24,000 crore on airwaves. They have hired two former Google executives, Neeraj Bansal and Nikhil Rungta, to join their efforts to bring 4G to India. They even hired Rainer Deutschmann, 42, from Deutsche Telekom to head major product and service innovations.
Reliance Jio Infocomm has spectrum in the 2300MHz band in all 22 circles for providing telecom services and 1800MHz band in 14 circles.