BSNL introduces new tariff plans for Movie on Demand for Broadband customers for as low as Rs 49

By May 13th, 2016 AT 8:18 PM

BSNL has announced new tariff plans for Movie on Demand service offered for broadband customers in association with Hungama Digital Media Entertainment Private Limited. The new tariff will be available for broadband subscribers across all circles with effect from 1st May 2016.

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The latest plans offer Video on Demand service for SD/HD movies streaming for a period of 7 days. The cost of the pack are Rs 49 for Blockbuster A category movies and Rs 99 for Blockbuster A++ category movies. However, the plans are for streaming movies only and not applicable for movie downloads.

Category Tariff Benefits
TVOD-

Transactional Video on Demand

(SD/HD Movie)

Rs.         49/-          Movie

streaming charges

Transactional Videos on Demand- Blockbuster A category movies. Validity would be for 7 days only to watch.
Rs.         99/-          Movie

streaming charges

Transactional Videos on Demand- Blockbuster A++ category movies. Validity would be for 7 days only to watch.

BSNL offer Video on Demand service in a revenue sharing deal with Hungama Digital Media Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. BSNL could find much success with the service as the content offered was not up to date and costly tariff plans. Moreover customer has to pay for data usage for streaming the content apart from plan charges.

An IT professional who has got great passion for telecom. Has been closely watching Indian telecom space since 2009.

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Saiesh
Saiesh

Lol streaming on 512kbps….. thats tge reason validity is 7 days

Mahmood Junaid
Mahmood Junaid

There is a report that idea cellular is in talks to buy out telenor… If it happens, wow…. Consolidation… India needs 4-5 big operators who can take India forward…

PRANAB DAS
PRANAB DAS

Lets be positive. After consolidation they will not form a cartel to loot us, instead the will compete with each other so that customer can get a competitive affordable tariff.

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