Update on December 14, 2018: Eros Now will offer its content library on Indonesia's telco XL Axiata's plug and play router XL Home. Eros Now is available at a monthly subscription of Indonesian rupiah 26,000 ($1.79) and an annual subscription of Indonesian rupiah 260,000 ($17.93). Note that Eros Now's content also features in Indonesia on Xiaomi's Mi TV since September (see below).The service is offered at the same annual and monthly plans as by Axiata. XL Home is a router cum entertainment service, in which users can customize the content they want to watch, and pay accordingly. A company statement says that Indonesia is "one of the many countries in Asia with a thriving community of Bollywood film fans". Movies like Ram Aur Shyam, Devdas, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, and Bajirao Mastani, are part of Eros Now's library. Eros International, which owns Eros Now, claims to have over 3,000 films in its library including Hindi, Tamil and other regional language films. Eros Now claims to have 120 million registered users and 12 million paid subscribers globally. XL Axiata claims to cover over 93% of the Indonesian population with a subscriber base of 53.9 million. XL Axiata belongs to the Axiata Group which operates cellular services in South Asia, including in India under 'Idea'. Eros Now content became available in Sri Lanka earlier this year, in a partnership with the Axiata Group's Sri Lanka brand 'Dialog Axiata'. Eros Now's content is offered by Dialog Axiata's own OTT service 'Dialog ViU'. ** Earlier on…
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