Monday, 15 June 2015

Videocon d2h strengthens its bouquet of HD Channels

Videocon d2h has added a new HD channel, TLC HD to its bouquet and has further magnified its channels and services. With the new addition, the d2h provider now has 35 HD Channels & services in its platter. Conforming to the HD quality, the channels provide superior picture quality giving more depth and sharpness to the picture, crystal clear digital picture and HD digital quality sound. 
The 35 HD Channels & services available on Videocon d2h include India’s first & only DTH 4K Ultra HD Channel. The availability of vast array of HD Channels on Videocon d2h has been one of the reasons for the tremendous growth of Videocon d2h. With the flat panel TVs being widely accepted and their consumption increasing, this is the ideal time for increased HD Channels viewing. With strong demand for high definition content, Videocon d2h has continued to add more HD Channels and will soon offer 50 HD Channels & Services.
Mr. Saurabh Dhoot Executive Director Videocon d2h said “We at Videocon d2h believe in giving our viewers the finest quality content to by transform their television viewing experience. The rich quality video of HD Channels makes viewing a delight and it is our honest endeavour to provide maximum content in HD. TV Viewing experience in India is set for an upgrade and Videocon d2h is ready for the same with its innovative technology and quality services.”
Mr Anil Khera CEO Videocon d2h said “Videocon d2h believes in offering our customers with the most premium content and with 35 HD channels & services we are working towards delivering more than expected. Our subscribers can enjoy a wide range of high-definition Channels of various genres like sports, movies, entertainment, infotainment, and music. This promise of giving the best channels and services across genres has built trust for Videocon d2h.” 


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