MUMBAI: Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani on Wednesday announced plans spend Rs. 70,000 crore to build the “largest broadband network that the world has ever seen.” The much-awaited fourth-generation (4G) tele-communications services under Reliance Jio brand will begin operations in 2015.  ‘‘The network and broad-band services will initially cover all states, all the 5,000 towns and cities… Eventually, the network will encompass each of our over 600,000 villages,’’ Ambani said.

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