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Hungama partners with MTNL for exclusive entertainment service

Hungama's library consists of over 3.5 million movies, including those from Bollywood, Hollywood and regional films.

By: Tech Desk |
July 12, 2016 4:11:25 pm
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Hungama has partnered with MTNL to launch an exclusive entertainment service for MTNL’s broadband userrs in Mumbai and Delhi.

Users can get access to music, movies, videos and games at mtnl.hungama.com. “The association with MTNL is a crucial step in strengthening our distribution across platforms. With this, we now share our services with two of the country’s leading telecom and broadband majors – MTNL and BSNL and are confident of consolidating our presence across other broadband services as well,” Siddhartha Roy, CEO, Hungama.com said.

“Our partnership with Hungama reiterates our commitment to offer value to our customers from time to time. With this association with Hungama we bring to them the best of entertainment that can be consumed seamlessly at high broadband speeds,” P.K. Purwar, CMD, MTNL said.

Hungama’s library consists of over 3.5 million movies, including those from Bollywood, Hollywood and regional films. The music library has Indian and international content. Hungama has similar partnerships in India with BSNL, ACT Fibernet, Hathway, Videocon, Tata Photon and in Sri Lanka with Sri Lanka Telecom.

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