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Netflix pilots lower-priced mobile-only subscription, to roll out services in India soon

To widen its appeal and tap emerging markets, video streaming giant Netflix has been piloting lower-priced mobile-only subscription services. The firm has first rolled out...

After reporting profit, Netflix is producing 9 originals for Indian viewers

To attract users in India through a strong pipeline of local content, US-based video streaming giant Netflix has announced nine more India-based original productions...

Exclusive: Facebook begins testing ‘Watch’ for Android users in India

Almost after a year of US launch, Facebook has silently been testing Watch in India, a new platform for shows (videos) on Facebook. Watch...

With 3.3 million users, Balaji OTT platform focuses on original Hindi drama to break even

Ekta Kapoor-owned Balaji Telefilm’s OTT (Over-the-top) platform ALTBalaji has added 2.1 million users in Q1 FY19. According to a report by Television Post, as...
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Google Pay to charge fees on money transfers, but here’s why users in India shouldn’t worry!

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