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OTT - What's Streaming India?

A study by Parks Associates revealed that 59 per cent of OTT subscribers favour bundled services, combining OTT with other home subscriptions. Such bundles offer simplicity, value, and convenience, allowing customers to enjoy a diverse range of content in a single, cost-effective package. This trend represents a move towards integrated OTT solutions, offering a streamlined way to access various streaming services.

From the article, "OTT - What's Streaming India?" by Aroon Kumar

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