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Bongo to remove all subscription requirements

  • Published at 12:11 pm March 25th, 2020
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 In a bid to help people stay entertained while in self-quarantine and isolation to fight the coronavirus, the Bongo management team removed all subscription requirements

Bongo has made their entire entertainment library free for all users in Bangladesh to keep themselves entertained while they are at home. In a bid to help people stay entertained while in self-quarantine and isolation to fight the coronavirus, the Bongo management team removed all subscription requirements from their platform including for Live TV channels, blockbuster movies, natoks and original web series.

There are currently thousands of hours of content and every day new content is being uploaded. Bongo has made a separate Covid19 section for up-to-date news clips on the coronavirus. 

For kids, Bongo has made a separate kids section that is filled with content produced for children, so that kids can also enjoy their time during this quarantine period.

In the coming days, Bongo will be introducing music sessions by top artists and also content from top influencers who are in quarantine.

 “We want to help everyone relax, stay occupied and have a laugh while they are at home. Everyone can watch on their mobile phone by downloading our Android or IOS app or they can go to our website at www.bongobd.com. 

"There is  no registration required, no payment, no gimmicks, We want to do our part to help the Bangladeshi people stay entertained, “ said Chief Operating Officer, Fayaz Taher.

Bongo is a homegrown startup out of Bangladesh that started in 2013 from a rooftop and is now competing with companies like Youtube, Facebook, and Netflix.

 “Everyday our platform is growing with users, we also want to help the local businesses who need to have their messages reach their customers through our platform. We will be offering free video ads during this time of need,” said Chief Marketing Officer, Sang Joon Park.