SriLanka: Dialog Axiata PLC, SriLanka’s premier connectivity provider, announced its partnership with Eros International, a leading global company in the Indian film entertainment industry, to launch its premier Video Over The Top (OTT) platform, Eros Now. This association allows users to seamlessly browse through over 20,000 hours of original Indian content in over 10 languages.
Available via the Dialog ViU app, Eros Now gives subscribers access to a high-quality content library which comprises of over 11,000+ movies with multi language subtitles, originals, music and entertainment shows in High Definition (HD). Additionally, along with a vast library of diverse content, the app will allow users to curate movie and content playlists, receive personalized recommendations, view content offline and sync all devices for a superior viewing experience.
Users may download and subscribe to Eros Now using the Dialog ViU app, available on the Play Store, wherein which they will be charged a monthly fee of Rs.100 +tax for subscription.
Speaking on the launch, Mangala Hettiarachchi, Senior General Manager – Global and Content Services, Dialog Axiata PLC said, “Dialog has always strived to provide customers with the best video experience on the best streaming network in Sri Lanka. Dialog ViU has allowed approximately 1 million customers to access the best of local, regional and international entertainment, and we are proud to exclusively partner with Eros Now, to give Dialog ViU users further access to an impressive content catalogue of Indian blockbusters.”
Commenting on the partnership, RishikaLulla Singh, CEO, Eros Digital said, “We are delighted to announce our arrival in Sri Lanka with our partner Dialog Axiata PLC. This partnership will help us offer the subscribers in Sri Lanka a one-stop-shop where they can watch a wide variety of Indian language, Bollywood and regional content. Sri Lanka is a growing market for digital entertainment and we truly believe that Eros Now’s extensive content bouquet will appease the audiences increasing entertainment demands.”