Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) is all set to host its new and latest edition of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Monday, 29 August. Over the years, AGM has become a platform to introduce new products to all, and also share its future plans with shareholders and the public.
RIL AGM 2022: How to watch online
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Jio started its 4G service at AGM a few years back, in recent years we have also got JioPhone, JioPhone Next and other products at AGM. The AGM, hosted by Chairman Mukesh Ambani, will once again be the forum where the company tells us about its detailed plans for Jio.
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This year’s AGM is expected to be about Jio 5G, the new connectivity service from India’s largest telecom operator. We may also have some new products and maybe even a JioPhone 5G device. So, if you are interested in watching AGM Live Stream, when will it start, how can you watch this event and many more questions you are going to get answers to in today’s article, then let’s start without any delay. Is…
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The RIL AGM 2022 will begin on August 29 at 2 pm, and can be viewed through JioMeet, the Reliance company’s video conferencing solution. If you want to stream the live event through JioMeet, you can send a WhatsApp message with ‘Hi’ to the number +91-7977111111 to receive the AGM JioMeet link. Additionally, the AGM will be available on the Reliance YouTube channel called FlameofTruth, you can also stay updated through the FlameofTruth Twitter handle and the official Reliance Jio Twitter handle.
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RIL AGM 2022 is likely to be the platform where the telco announces its Jio 5G service in India. Reliance Jio was chosen as the top bidder, winning a total of 24.7 MHz in the 700 MHz, 800 MHz, 1800 MHz, 3300 MHz and 26 GHz frequency bands. About Rs 88,078 crore was spent to acquire gigahertz spectrum. Jio is the only telco that has bought a major chunk of the 700MHz frequency, which is claimed to offer a good service network indoors.