UAE: Emiratis, Stop Buying OTT Subscriptions Separately! You Can Soon Buy Just One That Has It All

by Deeplata Garde 190

Streaming services have proliferated in both quantity and appeal in the latest years. Some of the best video material in the world is available at the press of a button from services like Netflix, Apple TV+, Amazon Prime Video, OSN, and many others. But what if, Emiratis would no longer need their own subscriptions to OTT platforms? If you want to learn more about this new entertainment arrangement, keep reading.

Now Emiratis Can Buy A Consolidated OTT And TV Content Package

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Residents of the UAE won’t need to purchase individual subscriptions for each of their preferred OTT (Over-the-Top) platforms that offer movie and TV programming; instead, they’ll be able to browse all of them through a single unified subscription.

A distinctive “turn-key” end-to-end OTT video offering from E-Vision includes an OTT platform, a CDN, content consolidation, and management. It’s additional to holding and process which results from features for TV broadcasters.

It comes with notable characteristics suitable for Tier 1, 2, or 3 telecom providers, ISPs, or any business wishing to introduce an OTT video service.

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What Is E-Vision?

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The integrated OTT streaming sites would debut the following year during E-vision, a division of the e&, previously known as Etisalat Group.
E-Vision offers programming from top Hollywood, Bollywood, and most recent Arabic production houses. Additionally, there are more than 600 TV stations from across the world that cater to all age groups and offer the most recent 4K technology.

Technically, such consolidation might happen instantly, but there is significant market opposition from foreign OTT firms. They fear losing the market as a standalone company.

Nevertheless, this collaboration is in process and would be accessible from next year.

News Source: Khaleej Times
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