Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr JioHomeTV, which is Reliance Jio’s new service in view of Enhanced Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (eMBMS), is said to launch soon. As indicated by a report, JioHomeTV will offer SD or Standard-Definition stations at Rs 200 and SD+HD stations at Rs 400. The report additionally takes note of that JioHomeTV is not the same as Jio DTH benefit, expected that would take off soon. An exact confirmation on when Jio’s new service will wind up accessible is unclear. JioHomeTV will basically be an upgraded variant of JioBroadcast application, which was being tried by the organization for streaming HD content. The application is never again accessible on the Google Play Store, as indicated by the report. Presently Jio intends to relaunch its JioBroadcast application as JioHomeTV for all users. Obviously, the data should be taken with a pinch of salt as Jio has not official the JioHomeTV. To review, Reliance Jio said it is trying eMBMS broadcast streaming crosswise over India in its second from last quarter report a year ago. The eMBMS hybrid technology exploits both TV channel and radio engineering to offer HD content in high volumes to clients. Jio clients will obviously have be able to see most HD quality content disconnected or without a dynamic Internet connection as these will be put in broadcast mode by the company. Reliance Jio is additionally planning to enter in to the direct to Home (DTH) space with more than 360 channels, no less than 50 of which will be in HD. Pictures of set-top box, said to be that of Jio’s has been leaked multiple times, however it is hard to make sense of which ones are original. Reliance Jio’s DTH service is likewise supposed to offer a seven-day ‘catchup’ option, enabling clients to watch shows they may have missed. Much the same as its information administrations, Reliance Jio is required to offer its DTH services at much lower costs than its opponents.