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Dubai Airports to offer free OSN streaming access for travellers

The streaming service provides exclusive access to original content from Disney+, HBO and Universal, as well as Arabic content and documentaries

Dubai Airports to offer free OSN streaming access for travellers

Dubai Airports said that the partnership is designed to provide “premium” and exclusive entertainment to travellers passing through the emirate.

Dubai Airports has partnered with regional entertainment provider OSN to give passengers at Dubai International Airport (DXB) complimentary access to OSN’s new streaming app from July 14, it was announced on Monday.

In a statement, Dubai Airports said that the partnership is designed to provide “premium” and exclusive entertainment to travellers passing through the emirate.

“We are responding to the changing behaviour and expectations of our customers, and the demand for quality, exclusive digital content is a trend that we see growing in importance,” said Eugene Barry, executive vice president of commercial at Dubai Airports.

“We are delighted to partner with one of the region’s most popular online entertainment providers and are excited to offer OSN’s new digital platform to our travellers,” he added.

The streaming service provides exclusive access to original content from Disney+, HBO and Universal, as well as Arabic content and documentaries.

“Travel and content consumption complement one another, and through this collaboration, we will be able to provide travellers with access to premium content and showcase our platform,” said Zahra Zayat, senior vice president, Telco & OTT at OSN.

“If you are one of those who arrive at the airport early, or if you’re looking to pass the time in transit, be sure that you will find plenty of options to choose from through our OSN streaming app,” she added.

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