Tata Sky celebrates 10th Anniversary with subscribers

Offers additional channels and services to all subscribers

Tata Sky completed a decade in August 2016 and as part of the celebrations for its revolutionary journey, wished its subscribers with special thank you messages across all its touch points such as Channel 100, call centres, IVR, email and web greetings.

Between 8th to 21st August, subscribers will get to view all the 500 + channels and services that Tata Sky has to offer at no additional cost to their subscription.

Additionally, Tata Sky would be offering some of the biggest blockbuster movies of 2016 including Kapoor and Sons, Airlift, Maanjhi The Mountain Man, Bajirao Mastani, Shaandar, Tamashaa, Tanu Weds Manu Returns, Dil Dhadakne Do, Jazbaa and Badlapur to the subscriber base free of cost.
As a part of the celebrations, Tata Sky, is carrying a special ‘Celebrating 10 Years’ logo on its DTH platform.

Tata Sky’s Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Harit Nagpal said, “We couldn’t have celebrated this milestone without involving our subscribers, who have been at the core of our journey through the decade. Our celebratory offerings are just our way of conveying to our subscribers that Tata Sky ensures they get the best of world class entertainment viewing in abundance.”

This celebratory offer couldn’t have come at a more opportune time as all subscribers can watch the much-awaited Rio Olympics at no additional cost during the above mentioned period.

Over the last decade, Tata Sky has revolutionised Indian home entertainment by empowering television viewers with choice, control and convenience through a wide array of programming choices and interactive features. It has many revolutionary firsts under its belt, right from the PVR (Personal Video Recorder) set-top box, 4K Set top box, to first ever DIY (Do-It-Yourself) videos and an array of successful interactive services. Therefore living up to its promise of offering Indian subscribers a world-class television viewing experience, through its satellite television service.

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