BSNL's new OTT site..!? Just 49 rupees..?

Sowmiya Sriram
BSNL's new OTT site..!? Just 49 rupees..?
Indian state-owned telecom services company bsnl has announced the launch of a new over-the-top i.e. OTT service called CinemaPlus for its customers. bsnl has been announcing several major projects and investments over the past year. bsnl has started working on many important projects since the day it tied up with tcs to launch 4G services. indian state-owned telecom operator bsnl has announced subscription packs for its new OTT platform Cinemaplus, TelecomTalk said.
With this, bsnl customers can choose their favorite tv shows and movies and purchase subscription packs to watch them. jio Cinema's entry into the OTT segment is already a big headache for Netflix, amazon Prime, and Disney Hotstar, now bsnl has also entered the field. Central government's bsnl has currently partnered with several OTT platforms including Lionsgate, ShemarooMe, Hungama, and EpicOn for OTT services. Now let's see the details of bsnl Cinemaplus OTT Entertainment Packs. bsnl Cinemaplus is just a new form of the earlier YuppTV scope. In this case, bsnl is offering Cinemaplus customers in Rs 249 plan. CinemaPlus offers users a variety of plans to choose from as per their needs. bsnl offers three plans with different bundles of Cinemaplus OTT services. The basic plan starts at Rs 49 and goes up to Rs 249. Now let's see the complete details of all the plans. bsnl Cinemaplus starter pack: Starting at just Rs 49, these basic plans offer content from ShemarooMe, Hungama, Lionsgate, and EpicOn. This plan was earlier priced at Rs.99. bsnl Cinemaplus full pack: Cinemaplus full pack includes Zee4 premium, SonyLiv premium YuppTV, and Hotstar. bsnl Cinemaplus premium pack: This premium pack costs Rs 249.
How CinemaPlus service Works: To use CinemaPlus you need to have a bsnl fiber connection. After this, you can log in through your mobile number and select the subscription packs as per your requirement. Also, you can watch videos with the app on all platforms like mobile, tablet, and phone.

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