State-owned telecommunications company, Telone which was granted a broadcasting licence for Video-On-Demand (VOD) has launched its own video on demand service. The product which is called Digital Entertainment on Demand (DEOD) will be competing against Kwese’s Iflix and DStv. The packages are as follows:
- DEOD Premium which offers News, Sport and On Demand television shows and movies goes for $11.99 for 30 days.
- DEOD On Demand goes for $5.99 for 30 days access while Weekly, Weekend and Daily access for $2.75, $1.55 and $0.90.
- DEOD TV goes for $8.99 per month.
Access is zero-rated for TelOne broadband subscribers and payments can be made via EcoCash, Paypal, TeleCash and vouchers.
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