Google will make investments Rs 33,737 crore in Jio Platforms (US$4.5 billion), Reliance Industries chair and managing director Mukesh Ambani introduced on Wednesday through the firm’s on-line Annual Basic Assembly. That is Jio Platforms’s second greatest exterior funding to date, behind Fb’s Rs 43,647 crore (US$5.7 billion) funding. This reduces Jio’s fairness worth from Rs 4.91 lakh crore to Rs 4.36 lakh crore, per a Reliance press launch.

As part of this partnership, Ambani stated that Jio and Google will construct a “value-engineered” Android-based cellular working system.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai confirmed in a video message that this funding is part of the corporate’s Google For India Digitization Fund, introduced on Monday, and stated that it could be the most important funding Google will make from it. Which means 45% of Google’s fund might be going to Jio.

Jio has now raised Rs 1,52,055.45 crore from exterior buyers, having crossed the one trillion rupee mark final month. On June 25, the Competitors Fee of India authorised Fb’s US$5.7 billion (Rs 43,574 crore) funding in Jio Platforms to select up a 9.99% stake.

These are actually all of Jio Platforms’s exterior buyers:

Investor [Stake%] Quantity (₹)
Fb [9.9%] 43,574 crore (US$5.7 billion)
Silver Lake (1, 2) [2.08%] 10,202.55 crore (US$1.34 billion)
Vista [2.32%] 11,367 crore (US$1.5 billion)
Basic Atlantic [1.34%] 6,598.38 crore (US$870 million)
KKR & Co. Ltd. [2.32%] 11,367 crore (US$1.5 billion)
Mubadala [1.85%] 9,093.60 crore (US$1.2 billion)
Abu Dhabi Funding Authority [1.16%] 5,683 crore (US$747 million)
TPG Capital [0.93%] 4,546.80 crore (US$600 million)
L Catterton [0.39%] 1,894.50 crore (US$250 million)
Public Funding Fund [2.32%] 11,367 crore (US$1.5 billion)
Intel Capital [0.39%] 1,894.50 crore (US$250 million)
Qualcomm Ventures [0.15%] 730 crore (US$97 million)
Google [7.7%] 33,737 crore (US$4.5 billion)