Now, it’s the turn of the telecom companies to see red over coronavirus.

In such a situation, the Reliance Jio Infocomm company is considering a multi-vendor strategy for 4G networks.

According to industry experts, right now Jio is taking its network from South Korean company Samsung.

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But it cannot be said whether Samsung will be able to provide its services without any problem due to the virus spreading continuously in South Korea.

Some industry experts have said that Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel take the bulk of their networks from Huawei and ZTE in China.

But in China too, the outbreak of this virus is increasing to a great extent.

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In such a case, European vendors can meet the network shortage from Ericsson and Nokia to supply Huawei and ZTE networks.

This will have a direct impact on Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel.

With this, both companies will have to pay more fees than before.

It may also happen that due to this, the tariff prices will be increased.

This will also affect the users’ pockets.

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