JioCinema Promo Code
Voot Select is offering a JioCinema promo code to existing Voot Select customers that will allow them to transfer their membership to Jio Cinema Premium, as both platforms are merging. You can check out this article if you are still unsure how to get it.
Jio Cinema Premium
Jio Cinema premium plans is live you can check here, it will cost you ₹999 a year which offers as following benefits:
|Yearly Plan||365 days||INR 999|
Jio Cinema Premium Content
To learn more about the Jio Cinema premium plans and their benefits, you can visit this page to check their premium offering.
The service offers only a yearly plan, which grants you access to exclusive Hollywood content in 4K quality and allows you to watch on up to 4 devices simultaneously.
JioCinema Premium offers a number of features, including:
- Access to a library of Hollywood movies and TV shows, including content from HBO, Max Originals, and Warner Bros.
- High-quality video and audio streaming in up to 4K resolution.
- The ability to watch on up to four devices simultaneously.
- Ad-free viewing.
- Early access to new releases.
- Downloads for offline viewing.
Here are some of the popular movies and TV shows that are available on JioCinema Premium:
- Game of Thrones
- The Sopranos
- The Big Bang Theory
- The Office
- The Handmaid’s Tale
- The Last of Us
- House of the Dragon
- The Batman
- Top Gun: Maverick
JioCinema vs. NetFlix vs. Amazon Prime
In terms of features, Jio’s streaming service offers 4K streaming at an affordable price point. Compared to Amazon Prime, which costs 2.5 times more, and Netflix’s monthly subscription fee of 649 INR, Jio’s offering is quite competitive. Furthermore, Jio has already shared a sneak peek of upcoming shows, which adds to the appeal of the service.
|Simultaneous Streams||2 (Base Plan)
4 (Platinum Plan)
|Validity||1 day (Base Plan)
3 months (Gold Plan)
1 year (Platinum Plan)
|1 year||1 month
|Ad-Free Experience||Only during live sports streaming||Yes||Yes|
|Price (INR)||999/year (Platinum Plan)||179/month
999/year (Amazon Prime Lite)
Given its track record of disrupting the telecom industry, some may wonder if Jio is looking to do the same to major OTT service providers. What are your thoughts on this?