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Dish TV celebrates Diwali by slashing price to Rs 3,990

02-November-2005
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Dish TV celebrates Diwali by slashing price to Rs 3,990

In an effort to boost the reach of its DTH service ahead of the proposed launch of Space TV from the STAR India-Tata combine, Dish TV of the Zee group has launched a special Diwali offer. As a result of the 50 per cent discount, a Dish TV is available at Rs 3,990. In addition, subscribers will get assured gift holiday vouchers worth Rs 4,000 and many bumper prizes through a lucky draw. The offer is valid till November 15.

Sunil Khanna, CEO, Dish TV India, said in a statement, “Diwali is a time for celebrations and we wish to share our joy with our customers who have helped us achieve the one-million viewership mark recently. Every 10 seconds a new family is getting a Dish TV and experiencing a whole new way of TV entertainment.”

Started in October 2003, Dish TV provides 130 national and international channels. “Getting a complete entertainment package at home with Dish TV means every household in rural or urban India can watch more than 100 channels on their TV sets. Quality entertainment is available right at the doorstep at a very affordable cost,” Khanna said.

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