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Jio partners with GSMA for digital literacy among women

Mukesh Ambani led Reliance Jio has partnered with GSMA’s Connected Women Initiative to bridge the gender gap in digital adoption and digital literacy among women in India.


GSMA is an industry body that represents mobile network operators worldwide.


This alliance comes at a time when despite accelerated use of mobiles and internet based technologies, the gender gap in mobile adoption in India persists due to a lack of access, affordability and inclusion in the digital revolution.


The 4G feature phone is available forthwith unlimited voice and data services at Rs 49 a month. The telecom operator has also partnered for other Government-led initiatives to digitally empower millions of women in the country, said the telco.

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