BSNL hikes charges for Movies on Demand and Games on Demand VAS services and makes it unlimited

By December 20th, 2014 AT 1:03 PM

BSNL had come up with yet another exciting feature that allows users to stream movies at a nominal cost. The movies can be streamed unlimited times in SD quality and this service will now be charged at Rs. 170 for 5 movies as opposed to the earlier Rs.150. Subscribers will be provided access to more than 2000 movies spanning across all genres. Movies released two month ago will also be included in the catalogue.


BSNL has also revised the Tariff plan for Music and Video on demand service from Rs. 149 to Rs. 170 per month. Users will be treated to a music collection of more than 2000000 songs and 5000 Music videos. This pack also lets you stream unlimited premium short films and legendary serials. These services will be provided by Hungama in the form of VAS service.

GOD(Games on Demand) services which attracted a service fees of Rs.49 earlier has been hiked to Rs. 70 per month. The games catalogue will have a total of 550 games which will spread across all categories like action and adventure. The existing customers need not worry as they will be allowed to use the services at the older tariff for the next 6 months. All the mentioned plan revisions will be valid across all the telecom circles.

Mahit Huilgol is a Mechanical Engineering graduate and is a Technology and Automobile aficionado. He ditched the Corporate boardroom wars in the favor for technology battle ground. He is also a foodie by heart and loves both the edible chips and non-edible silicon chips.

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This Movie on Demand, Games on Demand and Video on Demand from Hungama is making BSNL lose its most valuable Broadband customers. Activations with out the explicit consent on the customers results in inflated bills and denial to pay the bills. Ultimately, the customer simply closes the connection resulting in a loss to BSNL. Cases of non payment and disconnections are also huge. BSNL loses a lot than what it gets as revenue share from Hungama. Got save BSNL from Hungama.


BSNL should have been concentrating more on services that can augment their depleting kitty. Wonder how much they can earn thru the so called GOD, (swan)songs and movies ? Learn from the team managing Kerala circle and try stay put !

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