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Recently, Vodafone has announced that it will be offering a free subscription to its Vodafone Play app until December 31, 2016.
Similar to the JioPlay app, the Vodafone Play app also has a collection of videos, TV shows, and music. But how does it stack up against its direct competitor, the JioPlay app? Read more to find out.
JioPlay app is limited only to 4G
One advantage that Vodafone Play app has over the JioPlay app is its ability to work with 3G networks. For the unknown, the Jio Play app can be utilised only on 4G networks whereas Vodafone Play works on both 3G and 4G networks.
Vodafone Play has access to only 180 TV channels
The Vodafone Play offers access to only 180 channels whereas its competitor, the JioPlay app offers access to around 350 TV channels along with access to over 40 HD channels across different languages and genres.
Vodafone Play can be used with Wi-Fi
Though you'll need mobile data initially to activate the Vodafone Play app, it can be used over Wi-Fi as well (once the service is activated).
On the other hand, Reliance's JioPlay app is only accessible over an active 4G network.
Free subscription until December 31
One thing common to both of them is their validity. Respective users can make use of these services until the end of this year i.e December 31, 2016.
Which one is better
At the end of the day, one question remains, which one is better among the two? Well, we've already listed out the major differences between both these services. Now, it's your turn to choose between two depending on your requirement.