Close on the heels of announcing its partnership with ZNAP, streaming service ZEE5 Global today announced its strategic partnership with Wego,one of the leading online travel marketplaces across MENA, South East Asia and India with an expansive user base of nearly 24 million users. The partnership will provide a chance to Wego customers to get a one-month premium subscription of ZEE5 free for an unlimited entertainment journey.
This novel partnership will entertain and engage Wego customers across the Middle East and APAC in countries including UAE, KSA, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and Australia.
Archana Anand, Chief Business Officer, ZEE5 Global said, “We are immensely delighted to announce yet another exciting partnership for the Middle East and APAC markets. This association with Wego will enable their large customer base across countries to now have easy access to all the premium entertainment content on ZEE5 and watch the latest Originals and Movies on demand.”
Mamoun Hmedan, Managing Director, MENA and India, Wego, said, “We’re excited to partner with ZEE5 Global, one of the leading OTT players across regions. This collaboration is crucial to provide our users with more shopping choices and a wider and premium range of entertainment.”
Explore the multiverse of exclusive content on ZEE5 across action, drama, thrill, romance and much more, now with just a click of a button. Available across 18 languages including Hindi, English, Malay, Thai, German, Arabic and many more.
The ZEE5 App can be downloaded from Google Play Store as well as the iOS App Store and can be accessed by visiting www.ZEE5.com. The app is also available on Samsung Smart TV, Apple TV Android TV and Amazon Fire TV.
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