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Reliance Jio Rumouring To Offer The HD Channels At Rs. 400 Under The JioHomeTV Service
As part of its television ambitions, Reliance Jio is expected to launch its DTH set-top-box and IPTV services soon.
The company is yet to comment on the services and their availability officially. However, according to reports, Reliance Jio appears to be working on a third service called Jio Home TV.
As reporting by Telecom Talk, the Jio Home TV service will offer users 200 SD and HD channels with prices starting from Rs 400.
The plan is a listing of the official My Jio app. It is unclear if the JioHome TV service will replace the anticipating DTH set-top-box service or if it will be a new service altogether.
BGR India has reached out to Reliance Jio for more clarity on this. Given that the report talks about channel subscription, one can expect it to a new moniker for the DTH service the company is planning to introduce soon.
The rumoured JioHomeTV could be the eMBMS or Enhancing Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service that Reliance Jio has reportedly tested over the last couple of years.
The eMBMS is a hybrid technology which fuses one-to-many broadcasting architecture used by TV channels and FM radios with the one-to-one design used by telecom service providers. It allows for scalability.
Earlier, a JioBroadcast app was spotting on the Google Play Store. The app was said to offer HD quality streaming service on Jio LTE-Broadcast test devices.
The report claims that Jio will be making the JioBroadcast service live for all users in the next few weeks. The JioHomeTV can thus be also a rebranding of the JioBroadcast service.
Users are not required to have an active internet connection to use such an eMBMS service as the provider places the content in broadcast mode, which can view in the HD quality.
Last year, Reliance Jio announcing that it has performed “eMBMS broadcast stream across Pan-India,” indicating it is actively working on the eMBMS service.
It remains to see if the company will continue providing content through its dedicating suite of apps or venture into a standalone service for HD quality channels via its subscription-based set-top box.
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