Reliance Jio tests 4G network at IIT, Mumbai Techfest

MUMBAI: Very soon, consumers will not even have to remember to record their favourite shows on movies on television for later viewing. With Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited (RJIL) testing its 4G network during the IIT Mumbai Techfest by running trials of video calls and Jio television service, Indian market will soon see the technology that eliminates the need for recording content.

RJIL is country's only pan-India 4G spectrum holder. According to a Press Trust of India report, Jio television has a feature that eliminates the need for recording content. For visitors to get a feel of the technology, RJIL also deployed Wi-Fi network at select locations in the campus. Through this, visitors could experience the benefit of high speed wireless connectivity for hand-held devices over a blend of LTE and Wi-Fi networks.

RJIL also used the fest to demonstrate Live TV and video on demand, with HD viewing experience and 3D TV experience and Ultra HD video experience on its 4G network. Live TV has 16 HD channels and total 101 channels. Video on demand has more than 400 movies.According to the media report, Jio is readying itself for commercial launch and is currently under trial. The company is using the Techfest for conducting trials and also to get a feedback to improve the commercial product.

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