Tata Sky, one of the biggest Direct to Home (DTH) stages has rebranded itself with another name and personality and will currently be called Tata Play. The DTH organization brings held hands with Netflix to the table new OTT-driven channel packs too. The new name of the organization will be noticeable to the watchers from January 27.

With the OTT combo packs, Tata Play clients will actually want to get a membership to both the OTT stages in the Binge administration just as the typical TV channels. Tata Play Binge will have content from 13 driving OTT applications through a solitary User Interface while offering the adaptability of single membership and installment. The new combo pack will list OTT administrations that incorporate Amazon Prime Video and Disney+Hotstar. In the meantime, the membership cost of the pack is yet to be declared.

We additionally welcome Netflix to our family. Furthermore, we are making administration visits free for all clients beginning today, and our de-dynamic DTH clients can proceed to re-energize and get restarted on the stage with no re-association charges. The name Tata Play in this way connotes our extended scope of items and administrations. The new character is a result of our longing to be future-prepared while improving tomorrow than today for homes and families," clarified Harit Nagpal, MD, and CEO - Tata Play Ltd.

The organization additionally declared that it has renamed its broadband organization Tata Play Fiber. "I immovably trust that it's one thing to possess content, very one more to make it open. Circulation makes content effectively discoverable for the general population, consumed, and discussed. Our DTH business has a sizeable piece of the pie and we'll proceed with our undertaking to grow the TV seeing universe. Our Broadband business with 100% fiber network gives noteworthy rates, and that is the reason we renamed it to Tata Play Fiber," Nagpal added. Tata Play is a joint endeavor between Tata Sons and The Walt Disney Company, which throughout the years has extended to 23 million families in India.

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