sonyliv.com Activate – How can I sign in/register and Activate for Sony LIV?
Owned and operated by Culver Max Entertainment, Sony LIV is an Indian over-the-top freemium streaming that offers top programming such as Gullak, Rockey Boys, and JL50.
- Available in: English; Marathi; Hindi; Tamil; Telugu; Malayalam; Kannada; Bengali; Punjabi
- Headquarters: Mumbai, India
- Launched: 1/22/2013
- Parent organizations: Sony Corporation
How can I watch Sony LIV for free?
First, download the Sony Liv app and collect 500 super coins. Once you have done those two things, you can start a free subscription to SONY LIV.
How can I watch SonyLIV in the USA?
You will need a VPN service. A VPN will hide your location, so Sony will think you are in India. Once you have found a legit VPN, please launch the VPN and connect to an Indian server. Once connected to the India server, you can enjoy SONY LIV.
To access a Sony LIV account go to sonyliv.com and click on the sign-in tab. Input the required information, and BAM, you are online.
Please note you will not be able to log in to Sony LIV from the United States, Mexico, or Canada.
To activate a Sony LIV account, please visit https://www.sonyliv.com/activate and input the required information, now is the time to input the offer code if you have one.
You can input the Sony LIV offer code at https://www.sonyliv.com/activate_offer. Please input the code exactly as it reads on the promotional material.
Sony LIV is available for download via the App Store and the Google Play Store for free.
- Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sonyliv&hl=en_US&gl=US
- App Store: https://apps.apple.com/in/app/sonyliv-originals-hollywood/id587794258
Most Help Reviews
“4K streams, high frame rate – Horrible advertisement load and quality though. First up, the app is amazing for viewing content. I got the subscription mainly for the Ashes and wasn’t disappointed one bit with the quality of the stream. Both on an iPad and a Mac with the promotion display, no pixelations at all. I had streams open for an entire day of test go the breaks as well and am yet to experience a drop off or interruption. (This is mainly on good indoor Wi Fi and not on a mobile network so , there’s that) Now for the parts that make the app almost unusable: The ads. The present tournament seems to have only a handful of sponsors that aren’t mainstream and the ads tend to be highly repetitive and timed awkwardly at times to come on between overs when the Fox sports broadcast goes through heat maps and analysis content. This is fine for a while , but over a full days test cricket, it makes it a terrible viewing experience. Given this is the first time I’m using the app, I think it’s fair to cut them some slack as they figure out the user experience, but the ad load definitely makes me reconsider my purchase. Four stars for now purely on the quality of the video content feed. Please work on the ads part if you don’t want to burn your early users out”
“Shoddy App, Shoddy Customer Service – This rating isn’t merely for the below par quality of the app, although that isn’t excusable either. I’m compelled to write this since the customer service (assuming it actually exists) is terrible. The login system for the app was changed based on mobile numbers, but the concerned team simply didn’t consider linking the new logins with previous methods (Apple ID in this case) and simply started treating mine as a new account. Tl;dr – I had one month of premium subscription left but thanks to this mess I can’t watch any premium content for the remaining 30 days since my purchase can’t be restored. On raising this with customer service, I was asked to show a purchase receipt twice, which I did and then radio silence from the other end. Any thoughts I had on renewing the subscription are surely gone for now. Unless and until this app gets a major overhaul tech wise, I’m not coming back. At the risk of stating the obvious, it’s not enough to have good content on an OTT app. The tech needs equal if not more attention, which is sadly missing here as of now.”