Mukesh Ambani owned Reliance Jio is testing a 'Triple Play Plan' for its upcoming Fiber To The Home (FTTH) service, Jio GigaFiber.
With the Triple Play Plan, users can access Jio GigaFiber, Jio Home TV and Jio Apps in a single pack. Yes, Jio is rebranding its GigaTV service to Jio Home TV.
According to a TelecomTalk report, the plan was seen on the GigaFiber account dashboard of Jio employees. The plan offers 100GB data, unlimited voice calling along with access to Jio Home TV and subscription to Jio Apps.
Reliance Jio has already started offering GigaFiber connections in areas of select cities that have shown the most interest in the service, but is yet to announce official plans and its final rollout schedule. The company has also not started the official rollout of Jio Home TV.
Reliance, at its Annual General Meeting (AGM) last year, announced that the Jio GigaTV will come with a new set-top box that will have the ability to use the internet to offer services such as live TV channels. Another service, namely Jio TV Call will allow the Jio GigaTV owners to connect with many people via video conferencing on the TV. Users would be able to make calls to anyone who owns the Jio GigaTV, as well as a mobile or a tablet connected to any network.