TelOne has successfully launched its competitive service Digital Entertainment On Demand (DEOD) in different regions across the country, with the public highly commending the product.
DEOD, Africa’s first fully converged linear on-demand news and entertainment streaming service, was first launched by Information Communication Technology and Courier Services Minister Kazembe Kazembe in Harare a fortnight ago. Following the success of this event, TelOne embarked on regional launches and product awareness road shows in Gweru, Bulawayo, Masvingo and Mutare respectively.
There was a huge turnout at all events and many registrations were carried out, evident enough that DEOD has been a much awaited product.
Other than TelOne valued clients, in attendance were also the Who’s Who of the different cities who included business persons, musicians, arts and entertainment people as well as models and journalists.
Unpacking DEOD at the different events, TelOne Head of Marketing and Business Development, Maureen Chirambaguhwa said this new innovation from TelOne will give Zimbabweans access to exciting new viewing options.
“DEOD unveils Internet TV at another level, customers have an option to subscribe to on Demand packages offering Series, Kids programming, Movies, Music videos, Documentaries, Lifestyle programming and News, Sports, Inspiration TV channels,” Chirambaguhwa said.
She also emphasised that DEOD viewers are spoilt for choice as the platform also has International studios comprising Disney, Miramax, Lionsgate, Sony pictures and Paramount Warner brothers.
DEOD gives viewers an ability to rent on a title by title or pay per view basis, all at competitive pricing, with highest price being $11.99 and cheapest pegged at $0.90
The DEOD platform is integrated with local payment channels to make payment easy. One can use mobile money, swipe or pay using cash in any TelOne shops countrywide.
To register on DEOD one should visit https://zw.deod.tv/ and follow the step by step registration process.