Reliance Jio Test Launch

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  1. shubham1

    shubham1 Newbie

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    Reliance Jio today launched 4G Test Launch at IIT-Bombay Techfest. It was through Wi-Fi as compatible devices were still not available
    It was data only and no voice services
    They gave a presentation on Reliance jio & how 4G could be useful but did not reveal anything useful :(
    Login:
    https://twitter.com/mayank076/status/419115917893566465/photo/1
    Jio Apps:
    https://twitter.com/sanjaybafna/status/419092267677134848/photo/1
    They showed Live TV,VoD, Catch-UP TV, HD, Ultra HD & 3D TV Demo
    1)http://zeenews.india.com/business/news/technology/reliance-jio-tests-4g-network-at-iit-mumbai-fest_91901.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
    2)http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/telecom/reliance-jio-tests-4g-network-at-iit-mumbai-fest/articleshow/28349178.cms
    Also official twitter handle [twitter]Reliancejio[/twitter]
    Also :Speed Test:http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/3194156464
    UPDATE: Test Launch Review on -- link removed --
     




  2. anant.del

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    5mbps speeds woohoouu :rofl:
     
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  3. sanke1

    sanke1 Well-Known Member
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    Fail :p
     
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    manu1991 Ancient Philospher
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    WTF is ultra HD?
     
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  5. armman

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    5Mb/s is pretty good. That's 40Mbps which is well above the avg. speeds anywhere in India.
    @Manu: 4K?
     
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    manu1991 Ancient Philospher
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    If they start offering 4k video on wireless, their network will crumble faster than a pack of dominoes. It would require 15-20 mbits at least.
     
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  7. yougotmehere

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    Where do you see 5 MB/s ? Its is 5Mb/s and it is as good as an avg 3g speed being given out by other players. The legend continues. Inspite of having the best of infrastructure they can't just arouse enough excitement and that too where in people had their hopes high for such a long time. I understand that it might just be a pilot to show of the capabilities but i would have atleast expected them to put up a good show.
     
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  8. madhusudhan7

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    Please tell me this is a joke :wacko:5 Mbps on a 4g network that too on their demo where companies usually puts up their best showMy Vodafone 3g connection on a normal mobile clocks 11-12 Mbps
     
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  9. sanke1

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    Lol You got it backwards. It's 5 Mbps
    That means download speed of 640 KBps.
    Here's HSPA+ Speedtest on Vodafone 3G

    http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/a/694774204
    It smokes Reliance 4G at the moment.
     
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  10. manu1991

    manu1991 Ancient Philospher
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    Forget Vodafone, even Reliance 3G is faster than that. But it wasn't an official test, some random guy did it on his mobile, maybe it was simultaneously downloading stuff etc. etc. Hard to make any deduction from that.
     


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