Patanjali Launches Swadeshi Samriddhi Sim Cards
Under the Swadeshi campaign, Baba Ramdeva rolled out Patanjali Sim cards. With cheap offers and facilities, will it be able to make its place among the top telecom giants?
Patanjali started as an herbal venture and started off with food items, promoting its ayurvedic qualities. With a huge boost from the followers of Baba Ramdeva, Patanjali grew as a brand quickly and is now one of the biggest companies of food, cosmetics, energy supplements, medicines, etc. It is the unrivaled king of its field(s).
On the other side of the coin, we have a company, led by the Richest man of India, Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Jio. Established in 2007, Jio shook the Telecom Industry when it offered free calling and unlimited data as a launch offer in 2016. It suddenly took a rise to become the largest network of India, surpassing international brands like Airtel and Vodafone.
Now you may ask, what’s the connection? How are they related? Well, the answer to your question is simple, “Baba Ramdeva launches Patanjali Swadeshi Samriddhi Sim Card.” Yes, you got that right. After trying his hands in so many fields Baba Ramdeva has launched sim cards in association with BSNL to rival that of Jio. Now what would happen when 2 giant companies of India to compete among each other remains to be seen in the future. However, regular customers won’t get the benefit of the Sim as it is exclusive to only Patanjali Employees at this time. After it completely rolls out, Patanjali users will get 10% off on its products.
"There are five lakh counters of BSNL and from there people can soon get Patanjali swadeshi-samradhi card," Ramdeva said, as quoted by ANI.
The Patanjali employees of office members just need to provide an Aadhar Card at these centers to avail the sim. The Swadeshi Samriddhi SIM cards can be recharged for Rs 144, for which users can avail unlimited calls throughout the country, a 2 GB data and send a 100 SMS.
Since both the companies are completely Indian, users will have options in Indian brands as well. Whatever the result of this clash may be, it is definitely gonna benefit India's GDP.
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