DEN Networks

DEN Networks Limited
Public company (BSE: 533137)
Industry Telecommunications, Broadcasting, Football
Founded 2007
Headquarters New Delhi, India[1]
Key people
Mr. S.N.Sharma, CEO
Products Cable television, DEN Boomband, Delhi Dynamos FC
Website Official Website

DEN Networks Limited - 13 million homes, Largest Subscriber Base amongst all Cable Players in India.

DEN Networks Limited is India's largest cable TV distribution company serving 13 million homes in over 200 cities. The company has been a front-runner in the digitization of Indian cable television and has approximately 6 million digital subscribers.

DEN’s geographic footprint spans 13 key states across India including Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, Kerala, West Bengal, Jharkhand and Bihar. The company has a significant presence in the strategic & economically important Hindi Speaking Markets (HSM) belt. DEN Digital - DEN’s digital cable services brand is one of the market leaders in India’s digital television space. DEN Digital offers a wide choice of channels and services spanning all major genres and languages along with cutting edge value added services (VAS).

DEN Boomband

True 100 Mbit/s Superfast cable broadband service. DEN has soft launched its super-fast cable broadband internet services on DOCSIS 3.0 technology. The offering offers plans up to speeds of 100 Mbit/s. The commercial launch of service is scheduled for September 2014.

Delhi Dynamos FC

Redefining football culture in Delhi. DEN is the proud owner of the Indian Super League’s Delhi Team – Delhi Dynamos FC. DEN aims to create a robust football ecosystem in Delhi & Northern Indian. Delhi Dynamos has an alliance with Feyenoord Rotterdam – a leading football club & academy from the Netherlands. According to the CIES Football Observatory, Feyenoord is the World No. 1 in Player Development for this FIFA World Cup 2014.

With the introduction of Delhi Dynamos FC, DEN aims to become the default destination for entertainment, information and interactivity for the Indian family.


  1. "(DEN): Contact Us". Den Networks. Retrieved 2011-02-01.

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