• Reliance BIG TV tied up with 50,000 Indian Post offices to sell free Set-Top Boxes

    Reliance Big TV has found out an old postcard sending way to increase the selling of its DTH setup boxes. Yes, they have tied up with the 50,000 Indian post offices to reach out 130 Crores Indians. Reliance has covered all major states Post Offices under this new Reliance scheme such as:

    • Assam
    • Manipur
    • Meghalaya
    • Mizoram
    • Nagaland
    • Sikkim
    • Rajasthan
    • Punjab
    • Uttarakhand
    • Andhra Pradesh
    • Karnataka
    • Arunachal Pradesh

    The consumers can book the Reliance Big TV DTH setup box at the payment of ₹500 through post offices.

    According to the Reliance, selling of their Free HD HEVC Set-Top-Boxes through the Indian post offices is an initiative to bring the rural and urban areas on the same platform for entertainment & education.

    The consumers will start getting the installation of their pre-booked Set-Top-Boxes before 30th of July. Whereas the delivery them will start from 15th of June. The peoples can start bookings via post office from 20th June.

    Reliance BIG TV tied up with 50,000 Indian Post offices to sell Set-Top Boxes

    The Reliance Big TV HD HEVC Set-Top-Box features:

    • Scheduled recording
    • USB port
    • HDMI port
    • Recording & viewing channels simultaneously.

    The best part is the users will get a free 1-year subscription that includes HD channels and up to 500 FTA channels free of cost for 5 years.

    The pre-booking has already started from 1st March 2018. As mentioned above the user can book the DTH by paying ₹500, therefore, rest of the amount which is ₹1500 has to pay once they receipt the Set-top-Box and outdoor unit (ODU).

    Furthermore to get loyalty bonus, subscribers need to recharge a monthly amount of INR 300/- from 2nd year onwards for all pay channels and on completion of subscription of pay channels continuously for next 2 years with Reliance Big TV, subscribers will then get back INR 2000/- as a loyalty bonus (the amounts paid during booking and receipt of the Set Top Box) in form of recharge, thus providing entertainment effectively free of cost.

     

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