Reliance Jio Infocomm (RJIL) has reportedly begun laying the groundwork for rolling out 4G services in Assam and North East circles. According to a Times of India report, senior RJIL officials recently met Assam CM Tarun Gogoi to update about the rolling out of the fourth-generation broadband services.
The report further says RJIL will be spending about Rs. 600-700 crore for the roll out. “Ambani has informed me about his company’s plan to come here in big way and roll out 4G services. This venture will create job opportunities for more than 3000 people,” Times of India quotes Gogoi as saying.