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Videocon d2h touches 10 million gross subscriber base
MUMBAI: Being the last entrant into the direct-to-home (DTH) segment, Videocon d2h had its task cut out as it was pitted against biggies like Dish TV, Tata Sky, and Airtel digital TV who had settled by then.
Videocon d2h, which will complete five years in August this year, has crossed 10 million gross subscriber base. The feat is remarkable considering the fact that the DTH operator had gone pan-India only in 2010.
Videocon Group Director Saurabh Dhoot credits the growth of Videocon d2h to the wide range of channels that it offers, its HD portfolio, and focus on customer service. “Having a 10 million subscriber base in such a short time is a strong testimony of Videocon d2h’s success in a highly competitive DTH market in India,” said Dhoot.
He added further, “Our commitment is to deliver the best to our customers and the encouraging response of the customers is an endorsement of our services. The quality of our customer base is extremely healthy due to the focus on high quality technology & customer friendly services.”
Videocon d2h CEO Anil Khera, who has been driving the ship since inception, added, “Our offerings like Maximum Channels & Services, India’s first active 3D channel, India’s 1st 1000 GB Asli HD Recorder, India’s 1st Radio Frequency Remote and many more have brought smiles to millions of households across India. We are continuously differentiating ourselves from competitors by offering quality services and great customer experience.”