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Airtel launches Its entertainment services

More initial Reliance has announced that JIO Fibber services at Reliance AGM. As per the experts, Jio Fiber has made some influence on other mobile operators or the companies which are providing a digital media program.

What is the Difference Among JIO Fiber and Airtel’s Xstream Box, Xstream Stick

JIO Fiber

Country’s Richest Man Mukesh Ambani launched the Jio Fiber, fibre-to-the-home which will be available on September subscription prices starting Rs 700 per month. He also declared that the Jio GigaFiber customers who will opt for our annual plans — “Jio-Forever plans”, will get an HD (High Definition) or 4K LED television and a 4K set-top-box for free.
Mukesh Ambani also said that this offer will be possible in the centre of 2020 and will be accessible to all JioFiber users.RIL chairman has also stated that or the first time in India, the company will offer a disruptive idea for seeing new movies.
Now coming to Airtel Airtel’s Xstream Box, Xstream Stick

What Airtel has got, the company has launched

1. Airtel Xstream Box, also known as Xstream 4K Hybrid Box, is priced at Rs 3,999. Nevertheless, the existing Airtel Digital TV buyers will get a lowered cost to update to the new set-top box at Rs 2,249.
2. Xstream Box will grant the users view across 500 TV channels, and also enable them to obtain content through the preloaded Airtel Xstream app.

3. Now coming to the Airtel Xstream Stick, carries features related to the Xstream Box sealing the DTH access. The Xstream stick lets users see Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube. It is based on Android 8.0 Oreo and holds Google Play Store allowance. Airtel Xstream Stick is valued at Rs 3,999 and users will have to spend Rs 999 for a yearly subscription.

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