Reliance Jio set-top box provides about 150 live TV channels without cables

Telecom giant Reliance Jio seems to be offering its 4K set-top boxes to JioFiber users on the market. The company seems to have begun to provide boxes to customers who switched from preview offers to paid JioFiber connections. This may be part of the triple play broadband offer that Reliance announced about two months ago. In addition to the announcement, the company also clarified that the trial operation of JioFiber has ended. This means that as part of the trial run and preview offer, all customers must migrate to a paid offer.

Reliance Jio set-top box details

As previously reported, the Triple Play plan, which is part of Reliance JioFiber’s payment, starts at Rs 699. There is insufficient information about the launch of set-top boxes and cable TV services. According to a report by TelecomTalk, early reports include that all JioFiber broadband users will receive free set-top boxes. These reports anticipate that users will need a separate cable connection to work with set-top boxes. However, new information shows that users can watch about 150 live TV channels without connecting to cable TV.

Early reports caused confusion among users about the services and requirements of local cable TV connections. This new report clarifies its support for Internet IPTV services. However, in the initial operation, the number of channels is very limited. However, some JioFiber users are not satisfied because the service does not have traditional TV channels. In contrast, IPTV services rely on TV channel applications to watch content. The service will depend on the data available through the JioFiber broadband service.

In addition, the JioFiber set-top box does not have the JioTV application pre-installed. This means that JioFiber set-top boxes will not be able to access about 650 live TV channels available on JioTV. In addition, the set-top box also comes with a new application called JioTV+, which combines the content of all OTT platforms. The report also pointed out that JioTV+ seems to be similar to PatchWall UI on Xiaomi smart TVs and Oxygen Play on OnePlus TV Q1 series.

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