OneOTT Intertainment crosses 1 mn broadband subscribers

OneOTT Intertainment crosses 1 mn broadband subscribers

It achieved over 200,000 subscribers in the fourth quarter of FY22.

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MUMBAI: OneOTT Intertainment (OIL), the broadband subsidiary of NXTDigital (NDL), the media vertical of the global conglomerate, Hinduja Group announced that it has crossed one million wired home broadband subscribers.

OIL achieved this milestone by adding over 200,000 subscribers in the fourth quarter of the financial year 2021-2022 recording a growth of 65 per cent as compared to the financial year 2020-2021. One Broadband claims to now be India’s fourth-largest private Internet Service Provider (ISP), extending its presence across India.

The increased competition in this space fuelled by the demand for more online services has triggered consolidation which has benefitted larger ISPs, enabling OIL’s growth inorganically. Commenting on this milestone, OneOTT Intertainment CEO Yugal Kishore Sharma said, “The significant growth trajectory of One Broadband’s high-speed internet connectivity has been achieved by its “available-reliable-affordable” offerings."

"Its focussed approach towards predictable proactive customer responsiveness and care has been highly appreciated by subscribers. Internet use has moved beyond browsing and social networking to work-from-home, online Education, OTT Entertainment, e-Gaming, online-Shopping online-Health, e-Governance and others," he added.

"At OIL, we have adapted to this consumption surge by doubling our internet capacity on the supply side without passing any additional cost to our consumers to maintain a consistent customer experience during the pandemic," Sharma stated.

One Broadband, under its flagship brand, OneGigaFiber claims to offer speeds of up to 1 Gbps on its FTTH (Fibre-To-The-Home) Network.