Users in Nepal can now pay for SonyLIV subscription through digital wallets
SonyLIV, the popular OTT platform of Sony Pictures Networks India (SPNI) has partnered with Telenet Private Limited to distribute its subscriptions in Nepal through billing channels, providing easy access for consumers. Available on Android, iOS and the web, SonyLIV has an extensive library of exclusive originals, general entertainment, and premium content in line with existing content rights in Nepal.
Users can access www.gfsarena.com to activate or renew their subscriptions (to NPR 469) using digital wallets including eSewa, IME Pay and Khalti for payment.
This is the first time that a globally popular OTT on-demand platform has entered into a strategic partnership with a local company, Telenet Private Limited in Nepal, thereby promising subscribers uninterrupted access to all web series. , films, international content, exclusive sports content, international trade shows, etc.
Users can choose to watch the content on their mobile devices, laptops, and TVs. Also remember that a single subscription allows users to create multiple profiles.
Coming to Telenet, it is an entity of Ramesh Corp, a well-established IT company involved in value-added services for telecom operators, application development, cloud computing, mobile health and SMS platforms. and televotes in Nepal. Likewise, Ramesh Corp. is a leading conglomerates and a group of companies active in manufacturing, appliances, banking and insurance, mining, hydropower, information technology, automotive and consumer electronics.
Mr. Navankur Sood, CEO of Telenet, spoke about the partnership, saying: âThis partnership will ensure new dimensions to work together for the more consumer-centric goals of the two partners in Nepalese territory.