Vodafone has introduced a mobile website for its popular on-demand streaming service, Vodafone Play. The mobile website is now live and users can stream content without needing the Vodafone Play application.
The mobile website offers the same curated OTT content along with Live TV channels as seen in the Vodafone Play applications. Vodafone customers can stream different content by simply entering the mobile number for login. Once the number is entered, customers need to add the OTP sent on the registered Vodafone number and then, he/she can enjoy all the content on Vodafone Play mobile website. The website has different categories at the bottom panel, which includes Home, News, Movies, TV and Originals.
The mobile website has a huge list of content in different languages including English, Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Punjabi and Bengali. The app has more than 300 Live TV channels along with some aggregated content from third-party apps like ZEE5, ALT Balaji, Shermaroo Me, Sun NXT, Eros Now, Hungama, HOOQ, Sony LIV and more. Customers can stream movies in regional languages along with Hindi and English across different genres like drama, action, romance, comedy, thriller and horror.
Furthermore, customers can Bollywood songs, music videos and radio. The service has a Music Library with over 1.2 million songs in Hindi, English and regional languages. With this, Vodafone is all set to give a competition to Airtel. The latter also offers its XStream service on both app and website.
Previously, Vodafone Idea reduced the price of its minimum recharge plan to Rs 20 as a means to avoid subscribers jumping ship to other service providers. The latest change in Vodafone’s minimum recharge plan means users have to recharge for Rs 20 instead of Rs 35 to avoid deactivation of their SIM card for incoming as well as outgoing calls.
However, there’s a catch. While the previous minimum recharge plan of Rs 35 gave users 30 days of outgoing call benefits, the latest Rs 20 recharge will only be valid for 28 days.