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TelOne DEOD TV Launched In Zimbabwe – Pricing And Package Details

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TelOne DEOD TV Launched In Zimbabwe – Pricing And Package Details

TelOne has launched DEOD, a new Zimbabwean video streaming service taking on Netflix, kwese Iflex and DStv. 

DEOD (short for Digital Entertainment on Demand, and pronounced “dee-oh’d”) is aiming to penetrate the local and African markets with affordable streaming television.

Telone and South African digital media company Discover Digital unveiled the video-on-demand entertainment player today.

Apps for the service are available for Android and iOS. DEOD also supports Chromecast, Airplay, DEOD media players, and major Smart TVs.

DEOD’s on-demand packages span news, sports, entertainment, and several other combinations. They are priced per month as follows:

  • On Demand – Daily=$0.90, Weekend = $1.55 ,Weekly = $2.75 and Monthly = $5.99
  • DEOD TV- $8.99 PER month
  • DEOD Premium – $11.99

DEOD Premium, which is a combination of the News, Sport, and On-Demand packages, is also available as a weekend ($2.50) or week-long package ($4.50).

DEOD has integrated payment channels that will allow customers to subscribe and buy/rent movies using mobile money and other digital payments platforms as well as purchase vouchers in-store at any Telone outlet.

Its offering includes a mix of new-release movies including Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and Breaking In — that are available to rent for $2.50 a movie, as well as on-demand older titles, documentaries, children’s programmes, series, and, finally, a handful of Internet TV channels.

The latter includes news channels such as BBC World, Al Jazeera, Bloomberg television, and RT, and a small selection of sports channels. It’s this that DEOD is selling as its major point of differentiation.

TelOne said it offers “dual view” capability, and allows five linked devices on a single account and its also ZERO rated to Telone customers.

Pardon has been a technology enthusiast his entire life and has spent the better part of last decades in information technology and security, and he writes with an aim to remove some of the "mysticism" from the cyber world. He’s the Editor at Techunzipped. Away from the keyboard, you're likely to find him playing with the latest gadgets or the latest Game.

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