D-Smart, Turkey’s innovative digital platform, offers 15% discount for D-Smart subscribers’ power bills through a collaboration with DTES Power.
Offering a rich content ranging from movies to documentaries, entertainment programming to lifestyle shows and TV series to sports with over 300 channels and HD quality for its subscribers, D-Smart offers 15% discount for D-Smart subscribers’ power bills through a collaboration with DTES Elektrik.
In addition to its investments in technology and content, D-Smart continues to forge ahead to provide new services through new agreements it enters with its business partners, in line with the subscribers’ needs. Current and future D-Smart subscribers with monthly power bills at or over 134TL shall pay 15% less if they transfer their electricity bills to DTES Elektrik.
D-Smart achieves a “first ever” in Turkey through this collaboration with DTES Elektrik. In the case both Electric and D-Smart accounts are for the same name, subscribers shall enjoy the convenience of a single payment through a single bill. D-Smart and DTES shall transfer the subscribers’ accounts and handle the procedures for them free of charge.
First ever company in Turkey to offer satellite digital TV service (D-Smart) along with internet services (D-Smart Internet) together in a single invoice (Double Play) D-Smart, thus achieves another first through this collaboration with DTES, by observing its subscribers’ needs and taking strong and correct steps in this regard.
Operating under Doğan TV Group of Companies since 2007, D-Smart is among the leading digital broadcasting platforms in Turkey. D-Smart continuously improves its service packages in line with the new dynamics within the marketplace and offers a plethora of entertainment and informational programming in the form of thematic channels exclusive to the platform, 41 HD channels, all national channels in Turkey, hundreds of local, national and foreign satellite channels broadcasting off Turksat, as well as digital content services.
Growing through investments of internet and digital broadcasting technologies, D-Smart joined forces with the Smile brand, an internet service provider, in 2010, in a move to respond to customer needs by keeping close tabs on new dynamics within the marketplace. D-Smart then commenced providing internet services under the D-Smart Net brand as of May 2012. This is D-Smart’s way of offering service convenience in addition to the price advantages the customers enjoy, by creating an entertainment platform that is able to deliver internet and TV services through a single outlet. D-Smart is the only DTH platform in Turkey that can offer a Double Play, meaning, TV + internet services. In addition to satellite based services it offers, D-Smart also delivers content access services through its D-Smart BLU feature. With a goal to proliferate the services it offers to its subscribers, D-Smart aims to deliver its rich content via other devices, such as computers, iPhones, iPads, and so on. D-Smart is the fastest growing platform in Turkey, and currently delivers TV and internet services to well over 2 million households across the country.
In addition to sports content such as Champions League and UEFA games, NBA, Formula 1, MotoGP, La Liga, Turkish Airlines Euro League, movie, TV series, documentary, children’s and lifestyle channels make up the rich content D-Smart proudly delivers.
Licensed by the Energy Market Regulatory Authority in 2005, DTES Elektrik Enerjisi Toptan Satış A.Ş. is a Doğan Group company. DTES operates in the field of generating electric power, its trade, sales to individual consumers, as well as power import and export.
Providing approximately 300,000 tons of carbon emissions reductions through environmentally sound power production based on renewable energy, DTES carries out power / capacity trading through bilateral agreements. Such sound and prudent business practices allows DTES to minimize market risks and deliver trust based, sustainable service to its customers, while aiming for less dependence on foreign power in Turkey.