Dumax TV Inkes a licensing Agreement to Offer over 40 New TV Channels.

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Dumax TV Inkes a licensing Agreement to Offer over 40 New TV Channels.

Dumax TV, a globally leading over-the-top content streaming devices, has joined forces with Eboundservices to offer over forty channels for users of the Dumax TV Android-powered Set Top Box. These new offerings will provide Dumax TV’s worldwide clients a cutting edge television and media experience. Dumax TV already offers time shifting (allows people to watch channel in their own time zone) and cloud based DVR service.

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Dumax TV, which currently offers over 30,000 hours of curated movies, news, and television shows, will boast forty new channels that span the gamut from music to drama to entertainment. New channel offerings include Urdu, Hindi, Afghan, and Bangla stations such as HUM TV, HUM Sitaray, Urdu1, Masala TV, Aaj News, A-Plus, TV 1 Global, TV 1 News, City 42, Capital TV, Dhoom TV, Wagt News, Abbtak News, Jalwa TV, eMax, Shamshad TV, Independent and Zwandoon and many more… Customers in North America, New Zealand, Australia, Asia, and Europe will enjoy the highly anticipated new services.

Both Dumax TV and Eboundservices have recognized the benefits of the new licensing agreement, which will further help Dumax TV target their most desirable markets.

Bilal Shah, founder and CEO of Dumax TV, says, “Just because you’ve made your home hundreds or thousands of miles away from your motherland, doesn’t mean you have to stop watching the dramas, television shows and movies you’ve grown to love. That’s the driving motivation behind Dumax TV and licensing the channels.”

Delivering many South Asian television channels in six languages around the world, Dumax TV is a front runner for Asian content-delivery over-the-top content players. The company focuses on reaching markets where there have been little cable and satellite offerings, conveying a precious amenity to clients who love to watch television and movies. Offering a 14 day money-back guarantee and simple setup, Dumax TV’s box can be used with just a broadband connection.

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