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Dec 21, 2012
Dish TV adds 2 more Bengali Channels to its 70+ channels free Offer

As a pioneer and market leader, Dish TV, Asia's largest DTH Service provider is offering Special digitization delight to its esteemed Bengali viewers in Kolkata by adding 2 more leading Bengali news and entertainment channels to its lifetime free offer, in addition to the game changing initiative aimed at viewers in the 4 metros which fall under the digitization. Under this offer these customers will be eligible to receive a basic channel tier comprising of 70+ channels free of cost for life.

Following channels will be available along with 70+ Free Channels offered under Lifetime Free offer to ONLY customers in Kolkata acquired after the announcement of this offer.


Channel No.


Rupashi Bangla



Kolkata TV




Commenting on the development, Mr. Salil Kapoor, Chief Operating Officer, Dish TV said, "Being a pioneer and market leader Dish TV has always stood up to its promise of providing maximum Width and depth of content with an overall of 400+ channels & services. This is a never before kind of unique facility for all those valued subscribers who will choose our services during digitization. This is a highly differentiated and extremely consumer friendly move. And now by adding 2 exceedingly popular Bengali news and entertainment channels to the lifetime basic tier free offer, We're extending ourselves as a more personalized option to Dish TV subscribers in Kolkata."

With this initiative, Dish TV has given Kolkata subscribers another reason to opt for Dish TV and avail its Lifetime Free offer with the additional merit of regional channels. Viewers availing this offer have to remain active by subscribing to a regular package at least twice during a year. This unique offer is not available with any other DTH or Digital Cable, it has encouraged thousands of people to shift to Dish TV for excellent TV viewing experience; And adding more regional content to this very alluring initiative would ensure that the subscriber numbers rise further.

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