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Tata Sky unveils its newly revamped music service, Tata Sky Music


One of India’s leading content distribution and Pay TV platforms, Tata Sky unveiled its revamped music service offering, Tata Sky Music. The brand is aligned with its commitment to making tomorrow better than today for its subscribers.

Tata Sky Music and Tata Sky Music+ are integrated and combined as Tata Sky Music which will be aimed at offering an enriching and cohesive experience with many added benefits at an affordable price.

With 20 Audio Stations and 5 Video Stations, the latest offering will bring together a robust offering of mass, niche, Indian, Carnatic,  International, Hindustani, Regional, Devotional, Ghazal music among many other genres. Available on TV as well as with Mobile App, the service is the ideal music destination for the entire family at a reasonable price of @Rs 2.5 per day.

Commenting on the offering, Pallavi Puri, Chief Commercial & Content Officer, Tata Sky said, “We wanted to offer a one-stop music service with added benefits. With a robust, and curated library for all genres of music, a refreshed Tata Sky Music will give subscribers an elevated music experience. With the help of our partner, Hungama Music, this is a step towards expanding the audience base, and exploring many new cohorts of customers.”

Offering audio and video on one unified platform, it offers a 360-degree affordable family plan for all music lovers that can be enjoyed anytime anywhere with access on both television and the Tata Sky Mobile App. Active subscribers of the service will continue to enjoy the free Hungama Music Pro subscription plan worth INR 99 per month, through the Tata Sky Mobile app at no additional cost.

Active subscribers of the current offering service will be upgraded to this pack automatically. New subscribers can give a missed call on 080 6858 0815 to enjoy the service on 815.

Tata Sky is an Indian direct broadcast satellite service provider. The company uses MPEG-4 digital compression technology, transmitting using GSAT-10 and INSAT-4A satellite. Started in the year 2006, it is a joint venture between the Tata Group and The Walt Disney Company with Temasek Holdings as a minor partner.


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