Reliance Jio to Launch India’s Cheapest DTH Service: Will it Give a Tough Competition to Airtel
It is just 2 months of Reliance Jio in the market, and the telecom operator has created a sensation, giving sleepless nights to its competitors, including Airtel, Vodafone, Idea and others.
After almost taking over the mobile market, Reliance Jio is now planning to hit the digital TV space. Yes, as its new initiative, Reliance Jio is soon expected to launch the cheapest DTH service.
To take Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel has introduced several exciting offers be it for the prepaid, postpaid or DTH users. However, Jio will supposedly offer the cheapest DTH service in India, delivering a good speed.
Although not yet officially revealed, Reliance Jio is supposedly working to provide the “best” DTH service in India, as compared to its competitors. After building a sensation among the mobile network providers, Reliance Jio is now planning to take on the broadband world.
As per the speculations, after Reliance Jio after giving sleepless nights to all the mobile operators, is planning to lead the race ahead of the broadband providers including, Airtel Digital TV, Dish TV, Tata Sky, Videocon D2H and rest by planning to launchReliance Jio DTH service.
As per the sources, the rough monthly estimation plan of the Reliance Jio DTH is expected to be as low as Rs.185, compared to other DTH service providers who offers the similar plan for a cost as high as, Rs. 275 to Rs. 300. However, there has still not been any official declaration by Reliance Jio.
Airtel along with offering several entry level plans for its prepaid users have also introduced various exciting offers for its DTH users. Bharti Airtel has recently deployed V-Fiber broadband, providing up to 100 Mbps speed for the users. Along with this, the Airtel DTH users can now get additional 5GB of extra data on their connection. However, on the other hand, Reliance Jio is expected to deliver a much exciting offer for its users, although there have still been no official announcements by the company.