Enjoy Tata Sky Music and Tata Sky Music + now together for only Tk 2.5!


The Tata Sky Music service has been redesigned to integrate Tata Sky Music and Tata Sky Music Plus subscriptions. It aims to provide a ‘360 degree music experience’ in its TV and mobile app at an affordable price. Originally these two music services were different with Tata Sky Music + providing some additional benefits from the standard service. But now two subscription services have been added and collectively known as Tata Sky Music. Subscriptions include Hangama Music Pro at no extra cost.

Tata Sky announced in a press release that it is merging the regular Tata Sky Music subscription service and the Tata Sky Music + service. This TV and Tata Sky mobile app However, it will be available at the rate of two and a half rupees per day. Users who have subscribed to the new Tata Sky Music service will get 20 audio stations and five video stations for an ad-free experience. It includes unlimited offline downloads, unlimited streaming of music videos and a free subscription to Hangama Music Pro, which costs Rs 99 per month separately.

Customers of Tata Sky Music will be able to listen to Indian, international, regional, Bhakti, Ghazal, Hindustani and other genres on their TV as well as mobile app. Users who have already subscribed to Tata Sky Music or Tata Sky Music will automatically upgrade to the new integrated service. New subscribers can make a missed call on 080 6858 0815 to enjoy the service on Channel 815.

Pallavi Puri, Chief Commercial and Content Officer, Tata Sky, said, “We wanted to offer a one stop music service with additional benefits. This new Tata Sky Music provides customers with an enhanced music experience with a strong and well-equipped library for all genres of music.” With Music, it’s a step towards expanding our audience base and discovering many new customer groups. “

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