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Netflix launches in India; basic monthly subscription at Rs 500

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Netflix Inc, the world’s largest independent video streaming company, has launched its service in India as part of a wider international expansion. It has positioned itself as a premium player with its subscription fees much higher than its local peers. Although the move is not expected to immedia...

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BoxTV’s business head Pandurang Nayak quits the company, joins Airloyal as its chief of products

Pandurang Nayak, the business head of Times Internet’s online video service BoxTV has quit the company. Post his exit, Ashish Behl, head- content acquisitions at the company has taken over Nayak’s responsibilities on an interim basis. According to his LinkedIn profile, Nayak had left BoxTV last ...

10 June, 2014 | More »

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Apalya Technologies launches movie-on-demand service myplex, starts with Hollywood flicks

Hyderabad-based mobile video streaming company Apalya Technologies Pvt Ltd has launched a video-on-demand service called myplex, which brings Hollywood content along with live content across movies, TV shows, video clips, trailers and other entertainment, to users. myplex has already partnered with ...

19 March, 2014 | More »

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Online video service BoxTV partners with Fortumo to enable operator billing

Time Internet Ltd’s on-demand video service BoxTV has partnered with Estonian mobile payment provider Fortumo to introduce carrier billing service, with which subscribers will be able to pay for their BoxTV subscriptions directly from their mobile bill. With the new service in place, customers do ...

14 October, 2013 | More »

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Times Internet’s BoxTV claims to cross 250K registered users, says 25% users are paid customers

Times Internet’s online video service BoxTV, which was launched earlier this year, claims to have reached the 250,000 registered users mark while getting around 8,000 new sign-ups a day. Talking to Techcircle.in, BoxTV business head Pandurang Nayak said that around 25 per cent of these users are ...

22 July, 2013 | More »

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App Tracker: Which is the most convenient app for movie buffs?

With the growing popularity of tablets and the ever-increasing size of mobile phone displays, it is no longer a dream to enjoy your favourite movies on the go. But while there are a number of movie-streaming apps out there, selecting the right one is crucial. For the same, in this week’s App Track...

5 July, 2013 | More »

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Times Internet’s BoxTV goes public; claims to have 100K users on board

Times Internet’s online video service BoxTV  has gone live for public access. Launched officially in September last year, BoxTv was on an invite-only basis till now. BoxTV is a service that would allow users to watch a range of content from movies to TV shows to short films. It also offers a larg...

25 February, 2013 | More »

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Apple’s iTunes Store in India offering music & movies; will it pose a challenge to homegrown players?

Apple Inc. has finally opened the gates of its iTunes Store for Indian users and also expanded its reach in another 55 countries, featuring a selection of local and international music from all major labels and also offering thousands of independent labels. In addition, the company has also made ava...

4 December, 2012 | More »

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How does Times Internet’s BoxTV stack up against BigFlix, Eros Now, others

Times Internet Ltd had officially unveiled its online video service BoxTV last month, but at the time we could not access it since it was in invitation only mode. We finally managed to get our hands on one (note that the site is still in invitation only mode) and hence were able to take the [&hellip...

5 October, 2012 | More »

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Times Internet’s online video service BoxTV to follow freemium model

Times Internet Ltd has officially unveiled its online video service BoxTV. BoxTV would allow users to watch a range of content from movies to TV shows to short films. It would work on a freemium model, which means part of the content would be on ad-supported free-to-user basis and rest will be avail...

11 September, 2012 | More »

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