Zain brings OSN content to customers

Zain customers in Kuwait and Bahrain can subscribe to OSN
Zain has signed a deal with OSN allowing the telco to offer its customers in Bahrain and Kuwait the chance to subscribe to OSN content.
Zain has signed a deal with OSN allowing the telco to offer its customers in Bahrain and Kuwait the chance to subscribe to OSN content.


Zain customers in Kuwait and Bahrain can now subscribe to OSN’s premium TV content following a partnership between the two companies.

Zain customers in Kuwait and Bahrain can purchase OSN subscriptions and services directly from Zain retail stores along with the mobile operator’s regular selection of communication services.

The partnership also opens up access to digital TV entertainment with Zain customers gaining access to premium and exclusive Arabic and English entertainment anytime, anywhere on a number of devices through OSN Play, the region’s first online TV viewing platform. OSN Play will be offered as part of a special package with Zain’s high-speed broadband services.

Zain Group plans to roll out similar initiatives in new markets allowing its large base of customers to enjoy more services as well as the convenience of subscribing to telecommunication and TV entertainment services from a single retail point.

Zain and OSN stand to benefit mutually through the partnership given the operator’s impressive and well established distribution networks across its markets of operation and the network’s digital entertainment services.

David Butorac, CEO of OSN said: “The strategic partnership with leading telecom brand, Zain, will provide the most extensive range of exclusive and premium TV entertainment bundled with the latest communication services. We recently launched five new channels and have expanded our HD line-up which is currently the largest in the region giving customers more to look forward to. Customers will not only benefit from OSN’s fantastic content and Zain’s world class technology, but also the convenience of one place to shop.”


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