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ZEE5 offers 50% cashback on subscription through Paytm

Video on demand (VoD) platform ZEE5 has partnered with India’s leading mobile payments and commerce platform Paytm to offer flat 50% cashback offer.

With this association, customers subscribing to ZEE5 through the Paytm app will get a flat 50% cashback of the subscription amount. The offer will go live starting 1 November and will be valid for 6 months for customers to avail. The cashback is valid for one-month subscription of Rs. 99, six-month subscription of Rs. 599 and the annual subscription of Rs. 999.

ZEE5 India business head Manish Aggarwal said, “ZEE5 has consistently been at the forefront in offering a seamless experience and value to its consumers. Digital payment is evolving at a fast pace and Paytm has played a major role, being at the forefront of that change. With our association which is an attractive flat 50% cashback offer, it reinforces our commitment to provide an entertaining yet affordable deal for the consumer.”

Meanwhile, a month after announcing its global soft launch across 190+ countries, ZEE5 has announced a strategic partnership with NetRange, the leading provider of global Smart TV and OTT ecosystems. The ZEE5 app will be available on all NetRange’s Smart TV platforms across its 100+ global network, providing yet another platform for users to access ZEE5’s vast content bouquet.

Speaking on the partnership, ZEE5 Global chief business officer Archana Anand said, “Our partnership with NetRange is a natural progression in our vision of bringing the best of Indian language content to audiences globally on any device of their choice. NetRange is one of the pioneers of Smart TV and OTT ecosystems, and we are delighted to partner with them to make ZEE5 available to their users around the world.”

NetRange CEO Jan Wendt added, “As a global content company ZEE has always been at the forefront of bringing the best of Indian entertainment content to audiences around the world and it is a great moment to have ZEE5 on NetRange connected TVs worldwide.”