There are a lot of network providers in Indiatoday including Jio, Airtel, Vodafone, etc that own OTT platforms.Jio owns Jio TV, Airtel owns Airtel Xstream and Vodafone has Vodafone Play. Now, the latest company to join the queue of network providers is aIndia’s state-owned telecom company, BSNL.
BSNL recently introduced its own OTT platform called BSNL TV, which is presently available to prepaid users only. The availability for the postpaid usersis yet to be announced.
BSNL TV is available to customers who opt for Special Tariff Vouchers (STV) - STV 97, STV 365, STV 399, STV 997, STV 998 and STV 1999.Also, the service is currently available for only Android users and it is not known when the service will be extended to iOS devices.
On the Play Store, the app has a download size of 6.2MB and has recorded installs of more than 100,000. The BSNL TV service is available in Indian language such as Punjabi, Bhojpuri, Rajasthani, Hindi, Odiya, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Bengali, Haryanavi with other languages expected to be added soon.
However, the service is said to be either in beta or some other form of early access and is soon expected to be a full-fledged service.
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