Reliance JioPhone Buyers May Have to Pay Extra to Watch TV

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The much awaited pre-bookings of 4G VoLTE feature phone of Reliance Jio has began this month. At the time of the roll out of the handset, the firm declared that consumers will be allowed to stream their content of JioPhone on TV utilizing an accessory named as JioPhone TV Cable. The cable will permit consumers to broadcast the stuff of their Jio Phone on any television, comprising a CRT TV. The consumers can authorize this ability by opting for the Rs 309 plan of the company, which is different from the Rs 153 plan.

On the other hand, at the time of the presentation of the feature handset it was not obvious if the JioPhone TV Cable might be accessible for free. There is confusion if the cable will arrive within the box coupled with other accessories such as adapter charger or consumers will have to purchase it.

Reliance JioPhone Buyers May Have to Pay Extra to Watch TV

Now, according to the “box contents” data given on the website of the company it seems that consumers will have to give out extra dime for the cable. Since the “box contents” provided on the website comprise removable battery, handset, quick service guide, adaptor charger, SIM card, and warranty card.

Speaking of specifications of Jio Phone, the phone operates on VoLTE network and arrives with a host of pre-consisted apps such as JioCinema and JioTV services. The handset also has its personal digital assistant coupled with the voice command support. It also arrives with support for 24 languages of India. Reliance claims that consumers can long tap on the “5” key to straightly call their dear and near ones. In addition to this, the firm will bring feature of NFC on Jio-branded handsets later this year as well. The feature will come as fraction of a software upgrade. This data was given by sources having deep knowledge of this matter. The sources decided to offer the information on a sole condition of being unnamed.

JioPhone is claimed to operate on KAI operating system, which is a split operating system version of the Firefox operating system. For now, it does not provide support for WhatsApp.

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