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Majority of Mumbai Cable Networks signs contract with ESPN-Star Sports

16-January-2002
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Majority of Mumbai Cable Networks signs contract with ESPN-Star Sports

Majority of Cable Networks across Mumbai city have signed the new service contracts for ESPN-Star Sports. Cable networks affiliated to MSOs Hathway, Siticable and Wincable in Mumbai, as well as over 60 independent cable operators in and around Mumbai city, have signed the new service contracts. Only the cable networks affiliated to InCable are yet to sign the new contracts.

Millions of Mumbaiaites of these cable networks covering areas of Cuffe Parade, Breach Candy, Tardeo, Bombay Central, Worli, Mahalaxmi, Mahim, Dadar, Santa Cruz, Andheri East and West, Malad East and West, Goregaon East, Kandivali East, Sion, Chembur, Miraroad, and Thane will be able to enjoy the ESPN and STAR Sports services.

With the signing of agreement they can watch live coverage of the exciting tri-angular series between Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, as well as the Australian Open Tennis tournament. These are being featured exclusively only on ESPN India and Star Sports India services respectively.

In addition, most of the cable operators on the outskirts of Mumbai city have also signed the new service contracts for ESPN-Star Sports. According to industry sources, ESPN and STAR Sports brings for 48 hours exhilarating sporting action at only 80 per paisa per day, a veritable feast for millions of sports-loving consumers across India.

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