Tata Sky on Wednesday launched the Tata Sky Binge app for cell units to deliver its over-the-top (OTT) content material aggregator service to subscribers utilizing Android smartphones and iPhone. The paid service provides entry to 10 OTT platforms together with Disney+ Hotstar, Eros Now, Voot Select, and SonyLIV, amongst others. To appeal to cell customers, Tata Sky additionally launched a month-to-month plan of Rs. 149 that brings entry to Tata Sky Binge on as much as three cell units. The DTH operator additionally has a Rs. 299 plan for its clients accessing the Binge service on each cell units in addition to TVs.
The Tata Sky Binge app is accessible for obtain by the App Store and Google Play store, relying on which system you’ve got. The app is particularly designed for Tata Sky subscribers and permits entry to the Binge service by coming into both a registered cell quantity or a Tata Sky subscriber ID.
Once logged in, the Tata Sky Binge app permits customers to look at OTT content material on their cell units. It curates content material from a number of streaming providers into classes reminiscent of New Releases, Popular Movies, and Trending Now. Users can even discover related content material as per their most popular language or style. Further, the app supplies a unified search to allow you to discover content material throughout a number of OTT platforms utilizing a single search bar. You can even use voice search.
The Tata Sky Binge app provides a single sign-in entry for all of the listed OTT platforms. This, nevertheless, does not work within the case of Disney+ Hotstar the place it is advisable log in individually after signing in on the Binge app.
Tata Sky moreover introduced the Rs. 149 mobile-only plan that gives entry to seven OTT apps — Eros Now, Hungama Play, Shemaroo, SonyLIV, Voot Kids, Voot Select, and Zee5. It additionally comes with seven days of free trial.
However, if a buyer desires to entry the service on each their cell units in addition to tv units, the DTH operator has the Rs. 299 month-to-month plan accessible. This contains entry to 10 OTT apps on one TV and as much as three cell units.
In 2019, Tata Sky introduced its Binge service by partnering with Amazon. It first arrived for Tata Sky subscribers by a custom-designed Amazon Fire TV Stick. The operator later moved to an Android-based set-top box referred to as the Tata Sky Binge+ and has now introduced it to cell units — by the brand new app. The function of the Binge service is actually to supply clients with a single subscription and unified entry to a number of OTT platforms.
“The launch of Tata Sky Binge Mobile app is in sync with our endeavour towards making our products available to a larger audience base,” stated Pallavi Puri, Chief Content and Commercial Officer, Tata Sky, in a ready assertion.
Tata Sky Binge aggregates content material from 10 OTT platforms: CuriosityStream, Disney+ Hotstar Premium, Eros Now, Hungama Play, ShemarooMe, SonyLIV, SunNXT, Voot Kids, Voot Select, Zee5. Customers can even entry Amazon Prime Video by the service by signing in with their Amazon Prime subscription.
Similar to Tata Sky, Airtel has its Xstream service accessible to supply digital content material alongside dwell TV reveals and flicks. Rival Dish TV additionally provides OTT platform entry to its clients by the Dish SMRT service.
Be First to Comment