Telecom major Vodafone India today said it has partnered with premium video-on-demand service HOOQ to offer unlimited streaming of content from Hollywood, Bollywood and local movies to customers.
"We find our customers are increasingly seeking enriching and diverse content options. Through our partnership with HOOQ, we have further strengthened the base of quality content on Vodafone Play. Vodafone Play subscribers can now access globally acclaimed movies, television shows," Vodafone India national head VAS and Content, Dipankar Ghoshal said.
Commenting on the collaboration, HOOQ India managing director Salil Kapoor said, "India is one of the key markets for HOOQ and this strategic partnership will ensure a wider reach for us giving Vodafone customers a window to experience the best of Hollywood movies and TV shows across genres." -----------
EarlySalary raises Rs 5 cr debt from IFMR Capital Fintech startup EarlySalary, today announced it has raised Rs 5 crore in debt financing from IFMR Capital.
This working capital infusion will provide an impetus for further accelerating the company's growth plans, it said.
EarlySalary has already disbursed over 7,000 loans last month and plans to reach a target of around 30,000 loan disbursements per month by end of this financial year.
The company recently received its Series A round of USD 4 million (Rs 28 crore) equity funding in May of this year from IDG Ventures India and DHFL, and plans to leverage its equity multiple times over the next few months, it said.
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