Tata Play raises Binge Super Plan price and launches two Binge Mini Quarterly packs

The company has justified a price hike in the Binge Super Plan by adding subscriptions to new OTT platforms in the bundle.

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DTH service provider Tata Play has raised the pricing of its Binge Super Plan from Rs 175 per month to Rs 199 per month. The company is now also offering two new quarterly packs for a period of 3 months. 

The company has justified a price hike in the Binge Super Plan by adding subscriptions to new OTT platforms in the bundle. Now this pack includes premium access to content from SonyLiv and ReelDrama in addition to previously available 15 OTT services. 

Subscribers of this pack get access to content from EpicOn, MX Player, Docubay, SunNXT, Voot Kids, SonyLiv, Disney+ Hotstar, Voot Select, Planet Marathi, Zee5, Hoichoi, ShemarooMe, Namaflix, Chaupal, Hungama, ReelDrama and Eros Now. Users will get benefits of Disney+ Hotstar premium tier. 

The new Binge Mini Quarterly packs are priced equally at Rs 215 for 3 months. The offerings of both these packs are identical with the only difference of Zee5 available in ‘Mini 1’ replaced by Voot Select in ‘Mini 2’ quarterly plan. Other services bundled in both packs include Namaflix, Chaupal, Planet Marathi, MX Player, ShemarooMe, Hoichoi, Hungama, Eros Now, and ReelDrama. 

With Binge subscription, Tata Play users can watch content from a wide range of OTT services across all devices including smartphones, laptops, web, etc. In addition to this, Binge Combo subscribers can also get Tata Play Binge Fire TV Stick at no extra cost.


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