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ZEE5 announces strategic partnership with OnePlus for much-awaited OnePlus TV

Through this partnership, ZEE5 will come pre-installed on all OnePlus TVs

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MUMBAI: ZEE5, India’s fastest growing ConTech brand, has entered into a strategic partnership with OnePlus, the global technology company for its upcoming OnePlus TV. Through this partnership, ZEE5 will come pre-installed on all OnePlus TVs giving consumers access to a wide repertoire of content available in 12 languages ranging from, Originals, Indian and international/bollywood movies and TV shows, music, kids content, cineplays, live TV and health and lifestyle.

This partnership between ZEE5 and OnePlus is similar in more ways than one, as both the brands believe in combining the power of data, content and technology to challenge the status quo. Innovation is at heart of everything with ZEE5 pioneering the regional content landscape and OnePlus growing into a much-beloved smartphone brand with its premium offerings that pride itself on.

“We are extremely delighted to partner with a global brand like OnePlus when it comes to providing value for product for consumers across all segments. With this partnership, consumers are in for a treat as they will be served with ZEE5’s massive content library and OnePlus’ state-of-the-art innovations which will further elevate content viewing experience on Smart TVs,” ZEE5 India business development and commercial head Manpreet Bumrah said.

OnePlus India general manager Vikas Agarwal said, “With the much-awaited upcoming launch of our first-ever OnePlus TV, we are very happy to be partnering with ZEE5 to offer our users extensive content across genres for a seamless, variated viewing experience.” 

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