Seventymm, Jet Airways tie up to entertain Jet Privilege members

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 27 February 2009, 10:28 Hrs
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Bangalore: Seventymm, an organized movie rental service in India and Jet Airways, India's premier airlines have joined hands to form an entertainment alliance. Through this tie-up Jet Privilege members can not only enjoy a multitude of movies across various languages and genres at a nominal price and also earn JP Miles as well.

Both the companies have entered into a strategic tie-up starting on February 23, 09 for a three year period. Through this, the Jet Privilege members can avail themselves special discounted packages, as high as 40 percent off on membership. Jet Privilege members can also earn up to 750 JP Miles and enjoy exclusive discounts on subscription & renewal plans offered by Seventymm.

Commenting on the partnership, Anuj Mukherjee, VP-Marketing, Seventymm said, "In these repressive times, the mantra is to delight the consumers. Jet Airways consumers will surely have a great time ordering from our vast selection of movies and enjoying special benefits on them."

Elaborating on the partnership, Rahul Kucheria, General Manager - Relationship Marketing, Jet Airways, said, "We are confident that this partnership, the latest in a long line of value-additions that we have strived to offer our Jet Privilege members, will be a mutually rewarding one."

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