There are two different internet user segments in India – The English speaking India (10% of the population), and the vernacular Bharat (90% of the population). In the last couple of years, cheap data and affordable smartphones have accelerated Internet penetration in Bharat, ballooning the number of Internet users in India to more than 500M.
Last week, Reliance Jio, which recently became the largest telecom operator in India, launched Jio Saarthi which is powered by Jiny. It's expected to help more than 200M+ Bharat users to make mobile recharge on the MyJio app. It is a huge step towards a digital Bharat.
The Jiny platform supports 12 vernacular languages and can easily be integrated with any mobile app. With unique vernacular and assistive capabilities, Jiny promises to transform the digital landscape in India and help business trigger mass digital adoption in Bharat.
|Image Caption : Introducing Jiny – World’s First Assistive UI Platform Which is Powering Jio Saarthi||click for high-res image|
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