Airtel Xstream Channels set to arrive on Airtel Xstream

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Bharti Airtel is all set to strengthen its digital portfolio with the introduction of ‘Airtel Xstream Channels‘ on the Airtel Xstream platform that will see divo and ShortsTV arrive as the first two channels on the newly introduced property. The beta version of Airtel Xstream has gone live with the channels which come behind a pay wall.

One can watch movies and videos from these channels and subscribe to get unlimited access. The listings also mention ‘these channels are free, exclusively for you’ which currently lists Airtel Xstream Premium. Airtel will allow Airtel Xstream users to preview exclusive content from other channels and subscribe them to get unlimited access.

Airtel Xstream Channels

divo LITE can be subscribed on a monthly basis or quarterly basis. divo 1 month subscription costs Rs 30 per month while 3 month subscription costs Rs 14 per month allowing one to save 50 percent. Airtel Xstream is however currently offering 30 days free preview till December 31, 2020 for Airtel Xstream Premium users.

ShortsTV can be subscribed on a monthly basis or annual basis. ShortsTV 1 month subscription costs Rs 99 per month while12 month subscription costs Rs 42 per month allowing one to save 58 percent. There is no free preview for ShortsTV content currently with a subscription needed for any kind of access.

ShortsTV brings to your a catalog of 4000+ world’s best short movies including Oscar-nominated and award-winning titles featuring renowned actors and filmmakers. divo offers collections of Tamil blockbusters promising to be a one-stop hub for film buffs of K’town!

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Basil keeps an eye on the latest happenings in the Telecom sector. You can find him streaming the Premier League, which he started watching in 2013, in his free time.

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