Bharti Airtel has today introduced a dedicated channel to live-stream the Kumbh Meal 2019. The Airtel TV app now has a special channel that has been dedicated to the Kumbh proceedings to get users all the live updates from the event to the screen of their smartphones. Airtel, in its press statement, said that it has tied up with VR devotee to bring this exclusive content to those who use their app.
VR Devotee is said to be India’s leading devotional content provider. According to the telecom major, wherever Airtel users may be, they will be able to see the proceedings to Kumbh because of this tie-up. If you are interested in watching the Kumbh Mela 2019, you should know that this VR Devotee powered channel is live on the Airtel TV already and it will keep running till March 4, 2019. In order to watch this content, you must have the Android or iOS version of the Airtel TV app installed on your device.
That’s not all. As a part of the partnership with VR Devotee, Airtel is also putting up special kiosks at the venue in Prayagraj. At these kiosks, visitors can go to get virtual reality based immersive experience. We should mention that VR Devotee has earlier partnered with over 200 major temples and spiritual leaders in India to live stream events like Mysuru Dusshera, Mahamasthakbhisheka, Ganesh Visarjan, etc.
Speaking about the partnership, Sameer Batra, CEO of Content and Apps, Bharti Airtel said, “Kumbh is amongst the biggest and most important events in India and we endeavour to bring it closer to our customers. Airtel TV app will allow users to enjoy the Kumbh experience on their smartphones anytime and from anywhere in fast emerging Digital India. We invite Airtel customers to enjoy this special digital experience on Airtel TV app and also discover a wide range of exclusive and exciting content including 400 LIVE TV channels and over 10,000 movies and shows.”
It is worth mentioning that Airtel TV app has content in 15 languages including Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, Marathi, Oriya, Assamese, Bhojpuri, Punjabi, Gujarati, Urdu and French.