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Videocon d2h expands HD offering to 39, adds two new channels

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MUMBAI: Videocon d2h has upped its HD channel offering to 39 with the addition of two new channels namely Viacom 18’s Colors Infinity and Fox Group’s Nat Geo Wild HD.

Additionally, the DTH operator has also added Colors Infinity (SD) to its portfolio of channels.

Colors Infinity airs critically-acclaimed series such as Fargo, Orange Is The New Black, Better Call Saul, Forever, The Big C, The Musketeers, My Kitchen Rules and The Flash for the first time in India.

On the other hand, Nat Geo Wild HD will feature wildlife related programs and factual content involving nature, science, culture, and history.

Colors Infinity will be available as channel 183, Colors Infinity HD as channel 184, whereas Nat Geo Wild HD will be available as channel 462 on Videocon d2h.

Subscribers can access Colors Infinity standard definition channel as a part of Diamond Pack available at Rs 385 per month for 407 channels & services. Colors Infinity HD & Nat GeoWild HD will be part of Videocon d2h's Premium HD add-on and Platinum HD pack available at Rs 590 per month for 452 channels & services.

“We believe that our ability to provide a substantial lineup of top entertainment choices in English, infotainment and HD is the key in serving the needs of India's premium consumers. And the more such stellar options we provide, the more Videocon d2h will emerge as India's definitive DTH choice,” said Videocon d2h executive chairman Saurabh Dhoot.

Videocon d2h CEO Anil Khera added, “By adding new English entertainment channels like Colors Infinity and infotainment channel Nat Geo Wild HD, Videocon d2h is creating a television viewing experience our subscribers can't get anywhere else. Our aim is to ensure that every Indian home is able to experience top quality entertainment that rivals the world's most established television markets.” 

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