We missed this earlier Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd (ZEEL) has launched a streaming service called ZEE5. It will offer over 90 live TV channels, TV shows (both Indian and International), movies, original shows and other videos. Currently, the platform operates on a freemium model, with the paid premium section offering five original shows; movies such as Moonlight and Pelé; TV shows like Doctor Foster, War & Peace, and The Young Pope; five Zee Theatre Plays; and Zindagi Digital shows among others. Interestingly, some of the movies and TV shows listed in the premium section that I tried to play was accessible even though I haven't subscribed. Today marks a special day for the ZEE family! We’re all set to launch #ZEE5; our way of integrating all our VOD content and putting it onto a single platform! Stay tuned for live updates from today’s launch! pic.twitter.com/JwMtUPeHQL — ZEE (@ZEECorporate) February 14, 2018 As of now, there seems to be only one subscription plan on offer - a one-month all-access plan priced at Rs 99. This is the launch offer price and will later be increased to Rs 150, though it's not clear when that will be. However, the FAQ section mentions three-months, six-months and one-year subscription plans, so possibly these will be introduced at a later date. Oh, and in case you have a dittoTV subscription (ZEEL's SVOD platform for live TV), you can use that on ZEE5. It's worth noting that ZEE5 allows the user to set both the display…
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