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Zee Telefilms put off subscription rate hike

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Zee Telefilms put off subscription rate hike

Zee Telefilms has put off its planned hike in subscription rates from January 1, 2002, as it awaits the signing of an agreement with Turner International India for the formation of a joint venture company for distribution of their and third party channels.

In the meanwhile, Turner International India, has already intimated to its distributors a price hike of Rs 2 a subscriber per month with effect from January, 2002, for the package of its pay channels, HBO and Cartoon Network. The independent pricing may stay till the joint venture becomes operational.


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