Mobile internet – Penet Japan http://penet-japan.com/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 14:56:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://penet-japan.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/profile.png Mobile internet – Penet Japan http://penet-japan.com/ 32 32 Africa’s most affordable mobile internet is in Algeria — Quartz Africa https://penet-japan.com/africas-most-affordable-mobile-internet-is-in-algeria-quartz-africa/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 14:56:00 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/africas-most-affordable-mobile-internet-is-in-algeria-quartz-africa/ If you’re looking to spend as little as possible on mobile internet, any of the seven North African countries will be a good choice, according to data published by UK internet accessibility analytics firm Cable. The Worldwide Mobile Data Pricing Index 2022, which analyzed the average cost of a gigabyte (1GB) of mobile internet from […]]]>

If you’re looking to spend as little as possible on mobile internet, any of the seven North African countries will be a good choice, according to data published by UK internet accessibility analytics firm Cable.

The Worldwide Mobile Data Pricing Index 2022, which analyzed the average cost of a gigabyte (1GB) of mobile internet from more than 5,000 mobile data plans in 233 territories, found that of the 13 regions surveyed , North Africa leads in affordability of mobile data at an average price. of $1.05.

Cost of mobile internet in Africa

“All but one of the seven countries in North Africa are in the cheapest half of the table. All countries in this region are cheaper than the world average of $3.12. Algeria is the cheapest in $0.48,” the study said. The other six nations are Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Western Sahara, Libya, and Mauritania.

North America, despite its technological advancements, is where you will pay the most in the world to buy internet data plans at $4.98, followed by sub-Saharan Africa at $4.47.

Somalia, which at $0.50 offered the cheapest internet in Africa in 2020, was pushed to third position last year and comes fourth this year at a price of $0.63. Algeria ($0.51) was second last year as Sudan took the lead with $0.27.

The cost of mobile data is falling in Africa

Compared to last year’s index, there is a general improvement in the cost of mobile data in most countries in Africa. Kenya recorded the biggest improvement, but Tanzania remains the cheapest place in East Africa to buy mobile internet for the third consecutive year.

The most affordable mobile data in West Africa is in Ghana, while Eswatini is the cheapest country to buy data in Southern Africa.

The report points out that countries with long-established 4G infrastructure or new 5G infrastructure tend to enjoy cheaper internet “due to the fact that their mobile data plans tend to offer significantly more data than the global median, typically capping at hundreds of gigabytes, or even completely unlimited.

Africa has eight countries among the 50 cheapest countries in the world, but five of the 10 most expensive countries in the world are also African. The continent is also home to the world’s slowest internet despite a drift towards 5G.

Where is the most expensive and cheapest internet in the world?

“Many of the cheapest countries to buy mobile data from fall roughly into one of two categories. Some have excellent mobile and fixed broadband infrastructure and so providers are able to offer large amounts of data, driving down the price per gigabyte Others with less advanced broadband networks rely heavily on mobile data and economics dictate that prices need to be low because that’s what people can afford says Dan Howdle, consumer telecommunications analyst at Cable in the report.

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Africa’s highest mobile internet speed is lower than the global average https://penet-japan.com/africas-highest-mobile-internet-speed-is-lower-than-the-global-average/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 11:27:28 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/africas-highest-mobile-internet-speed-is-lower-than-the-global-average/ That’s according to the Speedtest Global Index 2022 published by US internet speed analytics company Ookla. South Africa, the continent’s internet speed leader, with an average mobile internet download speed of 68.9 megabits per second (Mbps), is well below the global average mobile download speed of 77.7 Mbps . Ookla also compared mobile internet performance […]]]>

That’s according to the Speedtest Global Index 2022 published by US internet speed analytics company Ookla. South Africa, the continent’s internet speed leader, with an average mobile internet download speed of 68.9 megabits per second (Mbps), is well below the global average mobile download speed of 77.7 Mbps . Ookla also compared mobile internet performance in the second quarter of 2022 on modern chipsets from 21 mobile network operators, with results showing median download speeds were as low as 2.89 Mbps in Guinea and as high as 65 .95 Mbps in South Africa. “We can clearly see the impact of 5G on overall performance as South African operators have come out on top with the rollout of 5G networks. MTN South Africa was well ahead of the rest of the operators, despite offload challenges, with a median download speed of 65.95 Mbps, followed by Vodacom South Africa with a median download speed of 48.70 Mbps . If we take 5G out of the equation, Safaricom Kenya was the fastest carrier among the carriers analyzed,” Sylwia Kechiche, Senior Industry Analyst, Enterprise at Ookla, said in the report. South Africa ranks 46th globally, and in Africa it is followed by Togo, Mauritius, Morocco and Botswana in download speeds.

SOURCE: QUARTZ AFRICA

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New mobile internet outage in Iran amid unrest: report https://penet-japan.com/new-mobile-internet-outage-in-iran-amid-unrest-report/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 13:46:00 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/new-mobile-internet-outage-in-iran-amid-unrest-report/ A new mobile internet disruption has been recorded in Iran, internet monitoring group Netblocks wrote on Twitter on Thursday, as unrest spread to the death of a woman after she was arrested by Iranian morality police. For the latest headlines, follow our Google News channel online or through the app. The death of 22-year-old Mahsa […]]]>

A new mobile internet disruption has been recorded in Iran, internet monitoring group Netblocks wrote on Twitter on Thursday, as unrest spread to the death of a woman after she was arrested by Iranian morality police.

For the latest headlines, follow our Google News channel online or through the app.

The death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who was arrested by morality police in Tehran for “inappropriate dress”, last week has sparked seething anger over issues including freedom in the Islamic Republic and an economy under the shock of the sanctions.

Data from London-based NetBlocks shows a near total disruption of internet service in parts of Iran’s western Kurdistan province since Monday, while the capital, Tehran, and other parts across the country have also faced disruption since Friday, when protests first erupted, Reuters said on Wednesday.

On Wednesday, Iran also restricted access to Instagram from Meta Platforms Inc, one of the country’s newest social media platforms, NetBlocks also reported at the time.

Protests have been particularly intense in Kurdistan, where Iran’s Revolutionary Guards are used to suppressing unrest.

Iran’s communications minister said earlier on Wednesday that he was misquoted after news outlets quoted him as saying authorities may disrupt internet services for security reasons.

Social media websites such as TikTok, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook are routinely blocked in parts of the Islamic Republic, which enforces some of the toughest internet controls in the world.

Read more:

Iran restricts access to Instagram as protests escalate: report

Iranian guards call for prosecution of those who spread ‘fake news’ about woman’s death

At least 31 dead in repression of protests in Iran: NGO

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MTN South Africa beats Safaricom to record fastest mobile internet speeds on the continent https://penet-japan.com/mtn-south-africa-beats-safaricom-to-record-fastest-mobile-internet-speeds-on-the-continent/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 07:58:24 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/mtn-south-africa-beats-safaricom-to-record-fastest-mobile-internet-speeds-on-the-continent/ Mobile internet speeds are always a hot topic of discussion among consumers. Fast speeds are always better, but it always comes at a cost, as users have to pay extra to experience the best speeds. Take the case of Kenya: the leading telecommunications operator, Safaricom, which serves more than 33 million customers, has one of […]]]>


Mobile internet speeds are always a hot topic of discussion among consumers.

Fast speeds are always better, but it always comes at a cost, as users have to pay extra to experience the best speeds.

Take the case of Kenya: the leading telecommunications operator, Safaricom, which serves more than 33 million customers, has one of the best mobile Internet speeds in Africa.

However, Safaricom data plans aren’t the cheapest, which has forced consumers to look for better deals elsewhere.

Nevertheless, the competition still lags behind: Airtel, Telkom and Faiba offer better deals, but improved speeds are a reserve for large urban centers, which goes against the logic of providing customers with a huge amount of data that they can’t use in other parts of the country.

To put that into context, Safaricom’s 4G coverage is approaching 100% (at 97%), which is no small feat.

The other telecommunications operators did not reveal this information to us, although they continue to invest in extending their LTE coverage.

Safaricom has also since started testing 5G, but commercial rollout hasn’t happened (we expect that to happen before the end of 2022, or in 2022).

South Africa, as you will find out later, has commercially launched 5G services in some of its cities.

MTN Tops

A report by Ookla revealed that MTN South Africa provided the fastest median download speeds in Q2 2022.

The data shows that median download speeds ranged from 2.89 Mbps for MTN Guinea to 65.95 Mbps for MTN South Africa.

Along the same lines, the median download speed ranged between 1.55 Mbps for MTN Guinea and 14.84 Mbps for Airtel Uganda.

These figures can be attributed to the launch of 5G and its performance in South Africa. MTN South Africa was apparently ahead of the competition, although it encountered some launch hurdles with load shedding. It recorded download speeds of 65.95 Mbps and was closely followed by Vodacom South Africa with a median download speed of 48.70 Mbps.

However, if 5G considerations are taken out of the equation, Kenya’s Safaricom was the continent’s fastest operator among those analysed.

The graph below shows the mobile performance of operators in African markets:

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Load shedding crushes mobile internet in South Africa https://penet-japan.com/load-shedding-crushes-mobile-internet-in-south-africa/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 16:01:29 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/load-shedding-crushes-mobile-internet-in-south-africa/ Offloading has a direct impact on the mobile network infrastructure and as a result, mobile internet speeds tend to suffer. A MyBroadband analysis showed that Vodacom and Telkom customers saw the biggest drops in network performance during periods of load shedding. We compared average mobile data speeds during a period of load shedding and unconstrained […]]]>

Offloading has a direct impact on the mobile network infrastructure and as a result, mobile internet speeds tend to suffer.

A MyBroadband analysis showed that Vodacom and Telkom customers saw the biggest drops in network performance during periods of load shedding.

We compared average mobile data speeds during a period of load shedding and unconstrained power.

The data confirmed that mobile networks struggle to maintain performance during continuous power outages.

We used tests performed using the MyBroadband Speedtest app to compare two one-week periods.

We used MyBroadband Speedtest data from the week of September 7-14, 2022, when South Africa experienced consistent power outages.

We chose the period from August 19 to 26, 2022 – during which there were no significant power outages – as a control.

The first thing that immediately stands out is that users performed significantly less testing during load shedding periods.

The most notable case is that of Telkom, where users performed 62% more tests than usual during load shedding.

While this may be due to users not having internet access during load shedding periods, this discrepancy may also be due to users with higher data caps not having electricity for their home routers.

Rain and MTN did not see a substantial change in the number of tests performed. The rain has indeed recorded a slight increase in tests during the load shedding period.

Across all five networks, subscribers performed 79% more tests in load shedding than in unrestricted power.

We also looked at the average speeds achieved during these times to see how the experience changes for users who can still connect.

Cell C and Rain performed exceptionally well, with speeds improving across the board during shedding.

This could be due to the fact that a significant part of its customer base does not have access during these periods, which reduces congestion on its network.

Rain also improved his average download speed and latency, but his average download speed decreased slightly.

MTN remained surprisingly constant throughout the load shedding, with its average download speed at less than 95% of typical values ​​and its upload speed dropping to 90%. Latency improved slightly during offload.

Vodacom and Telkom experienced the worst degradation in download speeds and latency during rotational power outages.

Their average download speeds dropped to 84% of the period without offloading, while latency was about 13% lower than normal.

The combined numbers clearly show that although some carriers manage to keep their networks together during extended power outages, many users cannot access the internet during these times, and those who do may generally have a worse-than-usual experience.

Load shedding between September 7 and 14

For perspective, Eskom implemented phase 2 load shedding all day from Wednesday, September 7, and extended the timeline for implementation rotating blackouts all night Thursday of the same week.

The electric utility attributed the power outages to various generating unit outages and the need to replenish its emergency reserves.

On Friday September 9, Eskom announced that it increase shedding in step 3operating all weekend until 05:00 on Monday 12 September.

However, Stage 3 never arrived until Monday, with the electric utility move rotating blackouts to step 4 Saturday, September 10.

Level 4 load shedding was in effect for the remainder of the test period used for our comparison.

Notably, the rotating blackouts have since worsened, reach stage 5 Saturday, September 17, then Step 6 the next day. Load shedding is set to return to step 5 to Tuesday midnight.

The results of our load shedding network performance comparison are summarized in the table below.

Performance of the load shedding network
Network To download To download Latency Trials
C-cell 184% 145% 67% 64%
MTN 95% 90% 91% 94%
Rain 161% 110% 93% 110%
Telkom 84% 89% 113% 62%
Vodacom 84% 95% 113% 78%

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QIIB Launches International Money Transfers via Mobile and Internet Banking via Western Union https://penet-japan.com/qiib-launches-international-money-transfers-via-mobile-and-internet-banking-via-western-union/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 19:14:00 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/qiib-launches-international-money-transfers-via-mobile-and-internet-banking-via-western-union/ QIIB launched international money transfers to bank accounts using Western Union’s services through the bank’s mobile and internet banking. The service allows the transfer of funds from the customer’s account with QIIB to the beneficiary’s account, through a simple and easy process. Western Union is a global leader in cross-border, cross-currency money movement and payments. […]]]>
QIIB launched international money transfers to bank accounts using Western Union’s services through the bank’s mobile and internet banking.
The service allows the transfer of funds from the customer’s account with QIIB to the beneficiary’s account, through a simple and easy process. Western Union is a global leader in cross-border, cross-currency money movement and payments.

Omar Abdelaziz al-Mir

The service was launched following the acceleration of the QIIB’s digital transformation journey, which has made huge strides as it now covers a large number of QIIB’s products and services, including a number of financing products .
QIIB’s announcement means customers can send money transfers to bank accounts in more than 130 countries through Western Union’s global network. They can also continue to choose to collect their cash transfers from Western Union outlets in more than 200 countries and territories.
The new international money transfer service is user-friendly. The customer simply needs to log in to QIIB Mobile or Internet Banking, select Western Union, transfer to a beneficiary’s account, complete the required information and submit.
At the launch of the service, Omar Abdelaziz al-Meer, Head (Business Development and Alternative Channels Sector) at QIIB said, “Our goal is to provide best-in-class services to our valued customers. With this in mind, we launched the direct payout service to a beneficiary’s bank account in partnership with Western Union, to simplify the payout process for customers and provide them with a flexible option to make payments 24 hours a day, without the need to visit a QIIB branch or any remittance office”.
“We are delighted to partner with Western Union, a global payments provider. Our collaboration began several years ago and we are happy to deepen it further through this new service which will undoubtedly enrich our experience and our partnership”.
He said: “This is another step in the digital transformation journey in which we have made great strides. We are continuously working to enrich the banking experience offered to our valued customers while adapting to the ever-changing market”.
Al-Meer hopes the new service will earn customer satisfaction and be seen as a valuable addition to the ever-evolving suite of products and services offered by QIIB.
“We are thrilled to announce that today we are expanding our international digital money transfer services with QIIB,” said Hatem Sleiman, Head (Middle East, Pakistan and Afghanistan), Western Union.
“Qatar has made significant progress in digitally transforming the way consumers can manage their everyday financial needs. A large proportion of them are expatriates, making the country a major hub for the movement of money in the Middle East. This is reflected in the numbers.
“According to World Bank data, Qatar is among the top 20 outbound remittance markets in the world. As customer preferences evolve, it is imperative that we remain nimble to their needs. This makes our partnership with QIIB, and announcements like this, even more critical so customers can choose how to transfer money across borders easily, securely, reliably and quickly.

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Telephone lines and mobile internet services cut in Moebye in Shan State https://penet-japan.com/telephone-lines-and-mobile-internet-services-cut-in-moebye-in-shan-state/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 08:08:49 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/telephone-lines-and-mobile-internet-services-cut-in-moebye-in-shan-state/ Phone and mobile internet services were cut in Moebye, Shan state, amid intense fighting between junta troops and the Karenni Nationalities Defense Force (KNDF), a source said. the KNDF. Clashes erupted on September 8 and phone and mobile internet services have not been available since Tuesday, the KNDF source said. “We lost access to mobile […]]]>

Phone and mobile internet services were cut in Moebye, Shan state, amid intense fighting between junta troops and the Karenni Nationalities Defense Force (KNDF), a source said. the KNDF.

Clashes erupted on September 8 and phone and mobile internet services have not been available since Tuesday, the KNDF source said.

“We lost access to mobile networks when we entered the city,” the source said.

Due to ongoing fighting, it is still difficult to contact residents who remain in the town, said volunteers helping displaced residents of Moebye.

“We cannot contact them by phone. They said they couldn’t make phone calls in and around town, and they could only make phone calls from the hills, but only for a few minutes. So we are concerned about the safety of the residents who remain in the town,” said a volunteer.

Phone lines and mobile internet services were still not available Wednesday, according to the volunteer.

Moebye People’s Defense Forces advised against traveling on the Moebye-Pekon-Loikaw road and urged the remaining residents of Moebye to leave the town as junta troops attempt to retaliate against resistance forces.

“Electricity was also cut in Moebye. We urge residents to leave the city as soon as possible. We have restricted travel on the road,” a resistance fighter from Moebye PDF told DMG. DMG could not independently verify reports of power outages.

Junta troops and combined KNDF-led anti-regime forces have clashed since September 8, with both sides reportedly suffering casualties.

A child died and three residents were seriously injured by artillery shells which have damaged more than 100 houses in the town since the beginning of September.

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Russia shuts down mobile internet in occupied Luhansk Oblast, governor says https://penet-japan.com/russia-shuts-down-mobile-internet-in-occupied-luhansk-oblast-governor-says/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 07:27:00 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/russia-shuts-down-mobile-internet-in-occupied-luhansk-oblast-governor-says/ Russian troops flee Kharkiv Oblast to Luhansk amid armed forces counteroffensive Read also: Full liberation of Lugansk Oblast will start with Kreminna and Svatove, says governor “The occupation administration of Luhansk Oblast maintains that there is no threat to the region,” Hayday said. “But just in case, they turned off mobile internet at all levels. […]]]>

Russian troops flee Kharkiv Oblast to Luhansk amid armed forces counteroffensive

Read also: Full liberation of Lugansk Oblast will start with Kreminna and Svatove, says governor

“The occupation administration of Luhansk Oblast maintains that there is no threat to the region,” Hayday said.

“But just in case, they turned off mobile internet at all levels. Local operators say it was done by order of the occupation government – for security reasons.

Read also: Ukrainian flag hoisted in the village of Lugansk oblast

The governor added that the Russians continue to transport the plunder looted in Kharkiv Oblast to Russia, via Luhansk Oblast.

“On the Starobilsk-Luhansk highway alone there are at least three hundred civilian cars with Kharkiv plates,” he said.

Read also: Ukrainian postal operators return to liberated cities of Kharkiv Oblast

“Most of them are with trailers, full of stolen stuff, with Russian soldiers driving.”

NV cannot confirm the Governor’s claims at this time.

Kyiv liberated around 8,000 square kilometers of land from Russian occupation in September, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on September 13.

Read the original article on The New Voice of Ukraine

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Russian occupiers disconnect mobile Internet service in Luhansk Oblast Chief of the Military Administration of the Oblast https://penet-japan.com/russian-occupiers-disconnect-mobile-internet-service-in-luhansk-oblast-chief-of-the-military-administration-of-the-oblast/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 05:58:39 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/russian-occupiers-disconnect-mobile-internet-service-in-luhansk-oblast-chief-of-the-military-administration-of-the-oblast/ OLENA ROSHCHIN – WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2022, 08:58 Russian occupation forces disconnected mobile internet service in Lugansk Oblast in order to “increase the defense capability” of their troops. They continue to transport the goods looted in the oblast to the Russian Federation. Source: Serhii Haidai, head of the military administration of Lugansk oblast, on Telegram […]]]>

OLENA ROSHCHIN – WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2022, 08:58

Russian occupation forces disconnected mobile internet service in Lugansk Oblast in order to “increase the defense capability” of their troops. They continue to transport the goods looted in the oblast to the Russian Federation.

Source: Serhii Haidai, head of the military administration of Lugansk oblast, on Telegram

Quotation“The occupying regime of Luhansk Oblast continues to claim that there are no threatening developments on the territory of the oblast or, as they call it the ‘republic’. And yet, they disconnected mobile internet service ‘just in case’.

According to a local service provider, the occupation authorities issued this order to ensure security and defense capability. Previously, however, they hadn’t paid much attention to these issues.”

Details: Meanwhile, there have been long queues at checkpoints in recent days, and they are not diminishing.

“About 300 civilian cars line up on the Starobilsk – Luhansk part of the road alone. Most of them have Kharkiv Oblast license plates. The majority of the vehicles have trailers loaded with looted goods and the drivers are Russian soldiers,” Haidai said.

At the same time, Russian military leaders are looking for people ready to fight in Ukraine from [penal] settlements in Tula Oblast, Russia.

“[Recruiters] promise convicts the erasure of their criminal records in exchange for three months of service, or six months for repeat offenders or those convicted of particularly serious crimes. However, convicts are not offered to sign formal contracts [stating the conditions of their service – ed.]”, said the head of the military administration of Luhansk Oblast.

Haidai also reported on the situation at the front: “Aircraft from the [Ukrainian] During the day, the Defense Forces carried out 12 airstrikes on areas where [Russian] military personnel and equipment were concentrated to support the operations of the [Ukrainian] ground forces. Our troops succeeded in repelling the attacks of the occupiers in the vicinity of Spirne, Maiorsk, Odradivka, Vesela Dolyna, Vodiane, Avdiivka, Bezimenne and Novohryhorivka.”

Russian forces fired at military and civilian targets using tank guns, mortars and artillery:

  • On the Kramatorsk Front: in Yaremivka, Tetianivka, Raihorodok, Siversk, Bilohorivka, Kryva Luka, Spirne, Verkhnokamianske, Dronivka, Hryhorivka and Zvanivka;

  • On the Facade of Bakhmut: in Yurivka, Niu-York, Mykolaivka, Mykolaivka Druha, Zaitseve, Soledar, Bakhmut, Bakhmutske and Yakovlivka.

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Ambani announces $25 billion plan to launch 5G mobile internet services in India https://penet-japan.com/ambani-announces-25-billion-plan-to-launch-5g-mobile-internet-services-in-india/ Tue, 30 Aug 2022 09:43:44 +0000 https://penet-japan.com/ambani-announces-25-billion-plan-to-launch-5g-mobile-internet-services-in-india/ Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani has unveiled a $25 billion plan to introduce 5G mobile internet services in India within two months. At Reliance’s annual general meeting on Monday, Ambani claimed that the company’s 5G network will be the largest in the world once it is fully operational. – Advertising – The service will be offered […]]]>

Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani has unveiled a $25 billion plan to introduce 5G mobile internet services in India within two months.

At Reliance’s annual general meeting on Monday, Ambani claimed that the company’s 5G network will be the largest in the world once it is fully operational.

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The service will be offered by Jio, the largest mobile network in India and a subsidiary of Reliance.

According to Ambani, the high-speed network will first be launched in major cities including New Delhi and Mumbai.

He claimed that it would be rolled out to all of India by December 2023.

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Ambani also said Reliance is working with US tech giant Google to create an “ultra affordable” low-cost 5G smartphone.

The announcement came at a time when competition for control of India’s digital future is heating up.

It is believed to be crucial to India’s aspirations to develop a $1 trillion digital economy.

Mukesh Ambani hopes to further reduce competition in the retail and telecommunications sectors with his $25 billion pledge.

In the second phase of this strategy, Ambani’s Reliance and US tech giant Meta, formerly known as Facebook, will join forces.

Reliance will be able to expand its presence in the online retail market through this partnership.

Moreover, Meta is now more firmly established in India thanks to its partnership with Reliance, a major player, and the availability of its services for all WhatsApp users.

They also intend to compete and defeat online retail behemoths like Amazon and Walmart-owned Flipkart using their combined firepower.

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