Videocon d2h ties up with Vodafone m-pesa

April 2016, Mumbai: Videocon d2h (NASDAQ, USA: VDTH) announced that its sub base of

over 15 Million can now recharge their d2h service using Vodafone m-pesa. This tie-up with

Vodafone allows its customers a simple, convenient and on demand recharge facility using

the proven m-pesa platform. In addition, the 1,20,000+ Vodafone m-pesa CashIn points will

also accept recharge for Videocon d2h, thus providing additional convenience to customers.

Mr. Saurabh Dhoot, Executive Chairman Videocon d2h said, “I am delighted at our strategic

tie up with Vodafone to enable recharge using their well established m-pesa digital Wallet

and at the Vodafone outlets. It will give our customers an easy and powerful way to

recharge their d2h account at their convenience.”

Mr. Anil Khera, CEO Videocon d2h said: “This tie up affirms our commitment to innovate in

every aspect of our customer experience. I am confident our customers will find this new

channel of recharges easy to use and will adopt it quickly.”

Mr. Suresh Sethi, Business Head, Vodafone M-Pesa said “This tie-up with Videocon d2h gives us

an opportunity to serve better both Videocon d2h and Vodafone subscribers by providing a

safe, secure and convenient mode to pay for services and we are sure that our partnership

with Videocon d2h will go a long way towards achieving a larger objective of digitization and

financial access”

Videocon d2h has prided itself in presenting its

subscribers with a robust line-up of 550 channels and

services, including a host of regional channels. It offers a

wide range of active services like smart services including

Smart English, Smart Games. The other active services include d2h Hollywood HD, d2h music, d2h

spice, d2h cinema in both Standard Definition and HD, etc.

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