Share the screen, also the cost with Splitsub: Netflix, Hotstar and more!

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The star owners of the fintech Splitsub startup have changed the game by introducing a platform where you can buy a subscription and share the cost of various digital streaming services on one platform. Launched by Ankur Solanki and Dhruv Goel in August 2020, Spiltsub has saved us from the awkwardness that comes with sharing a paid service, unpaid by the partners!

The firm is based at Gurugram in India and Delaware in USA. It was when Dhruv’s sister shared his Netflix password with all her friends that he came up with an idea to organize a platform where the finances of the entertainment are shared by the group as well.

On the Splitsub Startup, one can choose a group of family and friends to share the subscription cost of the popular digital services and also join any online subscription group to share different digital services.

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He also mentions that they do not handle, create or promote teams but the startup makes sure that the users do not fall prey to illegitimate group owners and are actually able to reap the benefits of this pocket-friendly innovation.

Mostly accessed by users aged between 18 to 40 years, the Splitsub startup claims to have gained over 10,000 sign ups within the first 2 months. You can find work-related services such as Microsoft Teams, Otter, Microsoft Office, Zoom, Grammarly, etc counting to more than 90 over the top platforms.

Splitsub Startup isn’t the first one by the duo. They started off with a breast milk administration firm named Omardre Medico SL, which helped the new mothers to securely breastfeed their untimely infants. Due to Covid-19, the situation was altered and the new venture was shut. Though Ankur and Dhruv returned to India, they put their tech force to work and started building the Splitsub startup.

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Last modified: March 11, 2021

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