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Hungama launches service for Videocon’s Connect Broadband users
MUMBAI: On-demand digital entertainment platform Hungama has launched an exclusive entertainment service for Videocon’s ISP Connect Broadband.
With this association, Connect Broadband users across the cities of Punjab will be able to stream and download unlimited music, movies, videos and games at www.hungama.com/connect. They will also be able to choose the bundled offering of Hungama Play and Hungama Music apps along with their broadband plans through a single sign-in and enjoy the benefits across all platforms.
Hungama.com CEO Siddhartha Roy said, “We are excited to partner Connect Broadband, the largest broadband service provider in Punjab, and bring our on-demand entertainment services for their consumers. Across our destinations—Hungama Play and Hungama Music—we offer the biggest entertainment catalogue and an extensive Punjabi catalogue of movies, songs and music videos. With this partnership, we bring to Punjab the best in entertainment and data with an unmatched experience.”
Connect Broadband CEO Arvind Bali said, “We have joined hands with Hungama in a bid to do more for our customers and to provide them with more content and more entertainment. It is an attempt to go that extra mile for our loyal customers and to do a little more than we can, to keep them entertained, happy and satisfied. We want our customers to rely on us for content, speed, connectivity and of course entertainment.”
Hungama’s library of over 3.5 million content pieces includes Bollywood, Hollywood and regional films including Punjabi titles ‘Vaapsi’, ‘Channo Kamli Yaar Di’, ‘Dildaariyan’, ‘Hero Naam Yaad Rakhi’, ‘Jatt & Juliet’, etc. In addition, Hungama’s platform also houses a music library spanning decades of Indian and international hits along with fun and immersive games.
Hungama has forged similar partnerships in India with ACT Fibernet, MTNL, BSNL, Hathway, Tata Photon and Sri Lanka Telecom.