DishTV kick launches special offerings for Karnataka


MUMBAI: In order to cater to the needs of multilingual entertainment requirements for the Karnataka TV viewers/ subscribers; DishTV has come up with special offering in the state of Karnataka. These offerings will not only give maximum choice but will also offer them complete flexibility to choose the language of their choice. With this central theme, DishTV proudly stands for “Any language you speak, We have a pack for you."

In order to bridge the language barrier in the state of Karnataka with respect to entertainment, DishTV is all set to offer new and exciting offerings. These offerings are available to all viewers/ subscribers over and above with the existing base packs of Rs.99/ Rs.139/ Rs.169.

Speaking on the addition, DishTV India CEO Arun Kumar Kapoor said, “Over the years we have observed the trend of the viewer preferences prevailing in the Karnataka market. They have an inclination for regional content. Karnataka being a highly multi-lingual state and keeping in mind the multi-lingual entertainment requirement in the state, DishTV has always been at the forefront to provide innovative solutions. In order to enhance the TV viewing experience for our subscribers in regional markets and to ensure that they enjoy seamless services with uninterrupted entertainment at cost effective rates DishTV has come with these special Kannada offerings.”

Kannada Special offerings at attractive price points are as follows:

Ø Kannada Special with kannada Language pack@ Rs.199 (Total 1 Language pack)

Ø Kannada Special with kannada and 1 other Language Pack @ Rs.209 (Total 2 Language packs)

Ø Kannada Special with kannada and 2 other Language packs @ Rs.225 (Total 3 Language packs)

The subscribers can avail these special Kannada offerings on a reasonable amount of Rs. 199 including all Kannada channels and services, which is further enriched with more content like Kids, Sports, Movies, English News and Infotainment. Further customers will have options to choose Kannada special offering with one more language pack along with Kannada at Rs.209 and two more language packs along with Kannada at Rs. 225. The subscribers can choose from different language packs such as Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Odia and Marathi.

On all new acquisition, subscribers can choose up to three language packs (one Kannada and 2 other language packs) till the offer period.

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