A new service from India’s largest smartphone retailer is bringing the best of film and TV to Indian consumers, and it’s starting with a $1,000-a-month subscription.
The new service, Jio Cinemas, offers a “subscription” service to customers who have an existing smartphone and a smartphone app.
The company has already signed up over 100,000 subscribers in India and plans to expand to other markets.
For the first time in history, Jionetorium, a Japanese telecom company, will be the exclusive provider of the JIO Cinema app.
The company will be launching a series of movies and TV shows to the J-Pop, music, comedy, dance and film communities over the next three years.
A total of 15,000 films are currently available to watch on the Jiolos app.
It is available in Hindi, English, Russian, and Spanish.
Jio Cinemases also launched its app for TV streaming earlier this month.
Jio is not only launching a subscription service to its customers but is also opening a streaming portal to stream movies and shows to its subscribers.
To watch a movie or show, you need a smartphone that is compatible with the Jiovast platform.
To access the app, Jios users will need to register for an account with Jio and then connect their Jio smartphone to their TV.
Once they do, Jiovasters app will search for shows in the database.
The first film to be added to the app will be released on September 11.
Jiolos, which is the name of the service, will have a number of different movies to choose from.
Some of them are based on the characters from the popular Japanese anime series, like the popular One Piece series.
Others include the popular live-action anime series Ghost in the Shell.
Jio Movies, Jiolo Movies: The Movies That Are All Over The Place is a movie-by-movie compilation of movies that were released between 2017 and 2018.
Its movies are available for both Android and iPhone, as well as in Hindi and English.
For more information, visit thejiocinemas.com.
Jiolo Cinemas is available to subscribers in the United States and Australia, but also to subscribers from South Korea, India, China, and the Middle East.