With Latest revisions from TRAI, DTH operators Are actively introducing new Strategies to help subscribers get Optimal price package in Station Choice.
Dish TV has now introduced a brand new multi-TV policy, and has announced that the secondary connection will only pay level Rs. 50 as community capacity penalty (NCF) charge. The multi-TV policy enables users to mirror stations from primary connection or pick unique options too. Dish TV has also advised that only up to three child connections will be allowed below a key connection.
NCF fee on a single link is enforced in Rs. 130 a month (excluding taxes). Dish TV has announced that multi-TV readers will only cover Rs. 50 as NCF charge on the second, third, and fourth connection. Multi-TV connections imply that numerous links taken by a single user under one title at the same address, usually in separate rooms. All these multi-TV users will have the ability to mirror the same set of channels in their primary connection and secondary relations, or select distinct ones for main connections and various ones for secondary connection.
Dish TV also noted that a maximum number of three child connections will be permitted with a primary connection, therefore a total of four connections per home will be permitted moving forward. This new Dish TV multi-TV coverage details were first reported by Telecom Talk.
The new move empowers Dish TV subscribers to select as many as 189 FTA channels, without paying any additional NCF — over and above the base bunch charges of Rs. 130 a month (excluding taxes). However, it didn’t change anything to its paid SD and HD stations.