Tata Sky in partnership with Hungama

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Tata Sky Offers Free Subscription Of Hungama Music Pro To Its Subscribers

Tata Sky has announced its partnership with Hungama Music on November 26 to offer more than 15 million songs and music videos with HD quality. With this, the subscribers of Tata Sky Music and Music Plus can avail the services of Hungama Music Pro as well. Along with unlimited offline downloads and streaming of full-length music videos, it also offers access to original content of Hungama, online radio channels and curated playlists.

Thu, 26 Nov 2020 - 05:13 PM / by Richa Nigam

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