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Reliance Jio sends legal notice to Ookla; demands withdrawal of Airtel’s fastest network ads

BGR India Tuesday, 21 March 2017
Reliance Jio lodged a complaint with the Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) against broadband tester Ookla’s network speed test that said Bharti Airtel has the fastest network speed. “The claim of Airtel that it is India’s fastest network is false, misleading and incorrect. The claim is being made by Airtel acting in a mala fide manner in collusion with Ookla LLC, who profess to be experts in the domain space of testing mobile internet speed,” stated the letter sent by Reliance Jio to ASCI, the advertising watchdog, a copy of which is available with IANS. Newcomer Reliance Jio, which has over 100 million subscribers, has also separately served a legal notice to Ookla for what it has termed as
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