Apart from this, the fight with the Giant house Airtel could be another reason where both these houses came together to fight the market with joint efforts. It will definitely draw the attention of the customer segment who are looking forward for yet better service or price drop. So it's quite evident that they have to revise their marketing strategy, if they want to achieve the goal they are striving for.
Eagerly waiting for more responses from other members regarding the same.
Since there would be fewer companies, prices are likely to hike up. After idea Vodafone merger, I would expect many mre such moves in the telecom sector. Talks between Tata, Reliance and Aircel are currently in progress. Another consequence of this merger as I would see is the job cuts.
The quality of the service is expected to see an improvement.
Live....and Let Live!
They brought CDMA data card for the net and it was going well without (2G) network issue compare to different service providers GSM data card (3G) and its poor feasible or net connectivity in many places.
Now, they are proudly going with JIO which people like us shall appreciate for it - whatever criticize comes doesn't matter. They are really implementing some 'Make in India' initiative as well beside benefit for its subscribers.
The other service providers (except Aircel) are little different compare to Reliance, they might stop the benefiting tariff too at any point and it is depend on time, competition and overall situation.