New Delhi (Tech Desk) Reliance Jio announced its plans for Direct-to-Home (DTH) while giving its participation in the government initiative to promote India in the digital sector. According to Reliance Big TV, users will get the benefit of watching almost 500 free-to-air channels free for 5 years in the coming plans of the company. On the other hand, Paid Channels will also be able to see the customer for free for 1 year.
How to Raise Benefits?
Customers can pre-booking for set-top box at the official site of Reliance Big TV from 10 am on March 1. Latest TV sets in Big TV’s latest set-top box will provide customers with scheduled recording, USB port, U-Tube access and recording while watching TV shows. It can be booked from the official website. Customers will have to pay Rs 499 for booking.
After the refund
, the users will have to pay 1500 rupees for set-top box and outdoor unit. For one year customers will also get paid channels in free. After this, customers will need to recharge 300 rupees per month to get access to paid channels. In this case, a total of Rs 2000 will be refunded at the beginning for recharge for 2 years. I.e. 3 years after the purchase, the entire money will be returned to the customers. In this way, you will get set-top box and outdoor unit for free. Also for one year the channels will also be available for free. After that you have to recharged just to see the channels per month.
The company’s director, Vijender Singh, while announcing this new plan, said, “This plan is going to define the future of entertainment in India.”
He said that “Reliance Big TV is ready to bring a digital revolution in entertainment from HD HDC HD HEVC set-top box for free.”
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