Tata Play is the new name for Tata Sky, which was unveiled yesterday. Tata Play subscribers will also receive a Netflix subscription as part of their Tata Binge+ membership, according to the announcement. Tata Play members may now access content from Netflix, TV Channels, and OTT aggregation app Binge with a single combination plan, according to the information. Tata Play is one of India’s largest Direct-To-Home (DTH) and Pay-TV operators, therefore this cooperation is crucial.
Aside from that, consumers can subscribe to Tata Play Netflix combo packs to access the OTT platform’s features on their TV. Previously, OTT platforms such as Disney+ Hotstar, Eros Now, and SonyLIV, among others, were noteworthy for providing content to DTH users.
Tata Play DTH subscribers will have access to Netflix via 90 bundles starting today (January 27), according to Netflix. However, the specifics of these packages, as well as the price, have yet to be announced. Regular TV channels and Binge combination packs are also included in these bundles. The service, however, will only be available through the Tata Play Binge+ Smart set-top box. Netflix will not be available to anyone using a standard set-top box. The Smart set top’s home screen and remote give easy access to Netflix and other OTT services.
Netflix Basic, Standard, and Premium plans will be available to Tata Play DTH users via the new combo bundles.
Subscribers will be able to pay for it with ease using Tata Play’s wallet.
The Binge+ Smart set-top box costs Rs 2,499 and features 1080p resolution, built-in Chromecast, and a Google Assistant-powered voice search Remote. It offers Live TV through satellite or the internet, as well as access to the Google Play Store’s 5000+ apps and games.
With Tata Play Record Plan, includes 2GB RAM and 8GB storage and can record up to 25 hours of programming. Disney+Hotstar, Amazon Prime Video, Zee5, and ErosNow are already included in the plan, but you must pay a monthly fee of Rs 299 to use them.