6. Sony Liv
SonyLiv is an Indian OTT platform and is owned by Sony Pictures Networks India Pvt. Ltd. SonyLiv is the oldest OTT platform as it was launched in January 2013. SonyLiv streams movies and web-series in all the major languages spoken in India. Sony has many television channels these can also be seen on this platform. SonyLiv is the first OTT platform to produce music content. SonyLiv plans are ₹299 per month, ₹699 for six months, and ₹999 for a year.
7. ALT Balaji
ALT Balaji is an Indian OTT platform owned by Balaji Telefilms and has headquarters in Mumbai. ALT Balaji was started in April 2017. The platform is available in various languages. ALT Balaji subscriptions are mainly categorized into three membership plans which are 3 months for ₹100, 6 months for ₹180, and 12 months for ₹300.
8. Eros Now
Eros Now is a popular Indian OTT platform. It was launched in 2012. Eros Now is owned and controlled by Eros Digital. Eros now charges are very limited. They operate their basic plan free with limited movies and series. Premium plan charges are ₹75 per month.
9. MX Player
MX player is free of cost Indian video streaming platform. The platform broadcasts television shows, movies, and web-series in different languages. In 2018, most of the share was purchased by Times group and thus the platform was relaunched in February 2019.
Arre is an Indian OTT platform having the head office in Mumbai. This platform was launched in April 2016. They produce their own web series, videos audio series, and publish it on their channels. Arre platform was founded jointly by Network 18 and TV 18 teams.
There are many other OTT operators in India. There is a huge market in the OTT platforms as its users are increasing tremendously day by day. Due to easy operation, anytime access, and flexibility OTT platforms are very much preferred by the users.
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