Tata Sky Binge, priced at Rs 249 per month, is bundling premium subscriptions for Hotstar Premium, Eros Now, Zee5, Hungama Play and SunNxt.
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DishTV’s move comes at a time when TataSky has updated their new Flexi Annual Plan, that also extends the validity of your account
The Tata Sky Flexi Annual Plan doesn’t offer a discount on a particular package or a selection of channels, but instead adds extra validity to your subscription at the end of the validity period.
Tata Sky Binge is bundling the premium subscriptions for streaming services such as Hotstar, Eros Now, Hungama Play and SunNxt.
If you are paying with an Amazon Pay ICICI Bank credit card, you will get an instant 5 percent discount.
As part of the new multi-TV policy, Tata Sky subscribers get the flexibility of selecting different set of channels for each TVs at home.
This comes a month after Tata Sky had made another downward revision to the prices.
What is missing from Tata Sky’s arsenal of STBs right now is a truly smart box, one that can also bundle video streaming apps such as Netflix, Amazon Video, Hotstar etc.
The Tata Sky SD set top is now priced upwards of Rs 1,499 while the HD box is priced Rs 1,699 onwards.
The fact that subscriptions for streaming apps are bundled in the single monthly subscription cost makes this a rather attractive proposition. But not all apps are available.
As part of the new multi-TV policy, Tata Sky subscribers will get the flexibility of selecting different set of channels for each STB for each subscriber ID.
This was perhaps necessary since Dish TV does not have a ‘smart’ STB so to say—something on the lines of the Airtel Internet TV STB.
There are two options for the base pack subscription, and the discounts for multi-tv are calculated based on that.
Despite lesser number of people subscribing to cable TV, the revenues still grew by $6.2 billion