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After Netflix Price Cut In India, Here Is The Quick Comparison Of Price Plans Of Top OTTs

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Over The Top, (OTT) platforms are an effective media service directly provided to the customers over the internet. There are approximately 40 OTT platforms in India that are providing original content. According to the KBMG reports, the OTT market in India will increase by 45% by 2023. India will be the second biggest OTT market in the world after The United States of America. Netflix recently reduced its prices in India, allowing customers to save money on their current subscription or upgrade to a higher plan. The new prices can be found here. Meanwhile rival OTT platform Amazon Prime increased its prices from today in India. Here are the prices of all the major OTT platforms you can subscribe to in India right now.

 

Netflix In India: Plans And Prices

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Currently, Netflix has four plans available in India. This includes the Netflix Mobile plan, which costs Rs 149 per month and includes 480p streaming for one mobile/tablet device. Remember that the mobile plan only allows you to use the service on your phone or tablet; you cannot use it on your computer or television. The Netflix Basic plan, which costs Rs 199 per month and allows for 480p streaming on a single screen (any device), is also available.

A Netflix Standard plan costs Rs 499 per month and allows two devices to stream in 1080p. Finally, a Netflix Premium plan costs Rs 649 per month and includes up to four devices with 4K HDR streaming.

 

Price Of Amazon Prime Video In India

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Amazon Prime just raised the price of its subscription options, unlike Netflix. Users would have to pay Rs 1,499 for the annual Prime membership plan as a result of the plans revised.

Amazon Prime’s monthly subscription, which presently costs Rs 129, would be increased by Rs 50 to Rs 179. Of course, Amazon Prime members get more than just access to Amazon Prime Video; they also get faster Amazon delivery, access to Amazon Music, and more.

In the meanwhile, Airtel subscribers can sign up for an Amazon Prime Video mobile-only package. This is a mobile-only, single-user subscription that allows Airtel customers to watch Amazon Prime films in SD quality. All Airtel customers on bundled prepaid plans are eligible for the package, which comes with a 30-day free trial.

 

Prices And Plans For Disney+ Hotstar In India

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There are three different plans available for Disney+ Hotstar. This includes a Rs 499 per year Mobile-Just package that supports only mobile devices with 720p streaming and stereo audio.

A Super plan, which costs Rs 899 and includes two devices with 1080p streaming and Dolby 5.1 audio, is also available. Finally, a Premium package costs Rs 1,499 per year and includes 4K streaming and Dolby 5.1 audio for four devices.

 

Sony Liv In India: Prices And Plans

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In India, Sony Liv is available in a variety of plans based on not just the duration but also the material you wish to watch. If you choose the ‘With Ads’ variation, the Rs 399 Liv Special+ plan costs Rs 199. Then there’s the WWE Network, which costs Rs 299 for a year. A 12-month Liv Premium plan costs Rs 999, a 6-month Liv Premium plan costs Rs 699, and a one-month Liv Premium plan costs Rs 299

 

ZEE5: India’s Plans And Costs

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There are two ZEE5 Premium options available to users. A 12-month subscription with three displays is available, as well as a three-month Rs 299 option with two screens.

 

Plans And Prices For Voot Select In India

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Voot Select is available for Rs 299 for a 12-month subscription that covers all premium content on the app.

This was the detailed comparison of price plans of top OTT platforms. Which is your favorite OTT platform? Let us know in the comments below.

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