New Delhi: Since TRAI’s new cable TV and DTH rules, cable operators and DTH service providers have launched several base packs for subscribers. TRAI ‘s new cable TV and DTH rules have been implemented from 1st February. Under this rule, subscribers will have to pay to see only the channels which they have selected. Cable TV providers or DTH service providers can not impose any channel for any subscribers.
Since the implementation of this new rule, service providers can charge users up to a maximum of 130 rupees as a network capacity fee. There will be at least 100 paid channels in it, no free-to-air channels will be counted in it. Under this new rule, users are getting 100 paid channels at 130 rupees (without any tax). Subscribers from these 100 channels choose any packed channel, then it will be mandatory to take 25 free channels of DD (Doordarshan).
DishTV has launched ‘My own pack’ scheme on the basis of this new rule. In which users will have to pay 130 paise for network capacity charge for 100 paid channels. It is 18 percent GST. Users have to pay a monthly charge of 153 rupees. In this pack, users get 100 selected paid channels and 100 free-to-air channels. According to the rules of TRAI, 25 of these 100 channels, Doordarshan will meet. Users can choose free-to-air channels according to their 75 spots remaining.
Recently, DTS service provider company Tata Sky has released a new price list for users who have multiple connections. According to the new price list, users who have multiple connections will have to pay less for the election of channels. Please let us know that Videocon D2h and Airtel Digital TV have already launched cheap plans for users who have multiple connections. Videocon is charging flat Rs 50 from D2h users while Airtel Digital TV users are being charged 80 rupees for connection to multiple channels.