Reliance Jio has already shaken up the telecom sector by becoming India’s biggest telecom operator in a little over half a year’s operation. It seems now that the Mukesh Ambani-led Jio is all set to enter another market. This time we are talking about the Direct-to-Home (DTH) services. It seems like Reliance Jio DTH service is on its way and may take the whole DTH market by storm as it did with the telecom sector.
A photograph of the Reliance Jio DTH set-up box has emerged online indicating that the Jio DTH service might just be on its way. Several reports have emerged since then and if they’re to be believed, then the Jio DTH services will commence from April 2017.
In the leaked image, as you can see the Jio set-up box and remote controller are clearly visible. While the controller looks like any other ordinary remote controller, it is the DTH set-up box which grabbed our attention. Firstly, in spite of the conventional cuboidal shape, it dons a cylindrical shape. And secondly, it is the various ports which make it more interesting.
There is an ethernet port, an HDMI port, S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interface Format) port and a USB port. The ethernet port indicates that one would be able to directly connect the Jio DTH set-up box with LAN and enjoy contents online. The Jio Fiber is also on its way and the Ethernet port seems very much in consonance with it.
Although pricing and other details aren’t yet known, but it is for sure that the Jio DTH services would surely be much cheaper than what the other major DTH operators like TATA Sky, Videocon DTH and Airtel DTH are charging. Beware biggies, Jio is coming. Jio may even provide the set-up box for free or charge nothing first few months. Whatever it may be, the Indian customers are surely in for a joyride. So stay tuned for further info on the Reliance Jio DTH.
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