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New Delhi, 23 April 16. Reliance Jio, whose commercial launch has been inordinately delayed, has denied any technical glitches behind the hold-up and said network optimisation is taking time as it wants to ensure a seamless and foolproof rollout with a couple of million users.

At the last AGM, company Chairman Mukesh Ambani had said the commercial launch would happen by December, which was then postponed to March.

The telecom venture of RIL, however, launched services for its employees late December and later extended them to their families and friends, taking the overall consumer base to a little over five lakh.

Asked about the delays in commercial launch, Reliance Jio's Strategy and Planning head Anshuman Thakur said, "There is no reason for the delay. It's first time that the LTE technology is being tested on such a large scale anywhere in the world.

Asked about the delays in commercial launch, Reliance Jio's Strategy and Planning head Anshuman Thakur said, "There is no reason for the delay. It's first time that the LTE technology is being tested on such a large scale anywhere in the world.

As against the national average of 150 mb data usage, for Jio customers, who are getting free service now, it is 18 GB and the highest usage come from states like Assam and Jharkhand, Thakur told reporters. The average voice usage is over 250 minutes within the first month of test-rollout.

In a statement earlier in the day, Ambani, without proffering a timeline, said, "Jio will launch commercial operations in the coming months and it is test-programme has established smooth operations of all aspects of the network over half a million users. The initial feedback is very encouraging and has established smooth operations of all aspects of the network."

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