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    Default A tough competitor

    Well as the Reliance would be soon launching there own IpTv service. I personally think that it would once again prove itself in this field also as reliance as a perfect customer care service and also they are know for cheap and the best products in the market.

    Do you think that reliance would once again prove itself to be a tough competitor and take away a good part of market share.

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    Hopefully. I have never seen any Reliance product not coming to the top position which ever market they enter. They faced a jerk only in Reliance power in the initial stage. That too they sustained. But my doubt is, what is this IpTV? Already there is Reliance Big TV isn't it? Or is this IPTV is from Mukesh Ambani?
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    IPTV is tv over the internet. I am sceptical about this. The IPTV industry in india is very low. It will take a few years for market to mature. Lets see what happens.

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    the reason for the slow developement is that they dont have triple play or good unlimited packages

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinit View Post
    the reason for the slow developement is that they dont have triple play or good unlimited packages
    you are right........
    That plans may cost much higher.

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    Does IPTV allow to record and transfer recorded data to any other device?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirzarocx View Post
    IPTV is tv over the internet. I am sceptical about this. The IPTV industry in india is very low. It will take a few years for market to mature. Lets see what happens.
    Ya i agree with you as this service is based on broadband, and India hasn't reached at that level of broadband so truth is this that For development and increament reliance will take time to grow!

    @vinit
    i completely agree with you the broadband unlimited packages offered by the isp is not what it should be,so now coming to the conclusion:
    That is in my point of view for reliance may be possible that it might take some more years to be a competitive player!!

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    this is very costly

    Quote Originally Posted by sahils View Post
    this is very costly
    Reliance iptv?
    it doesn't appears to be as it is the new technology and will take time to reduce its prices
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kadamba View Post
    Reliance iptv?
    it doesn't appears to be as it is the new technology and will take time to reduce its prices
    Well HD was launched by the initial starter at Rs.10,000/- now it is at as low as Rs./-2599. The same may apply for IPTV provided they get competitive in the market.

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    Reliance hasnt really done well in this field of DTH providers. Does it still even exist?

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