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TRAI RULES increased TV Subscriber’s BILL by 25%

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TV Channel Subscriber’s BILL increased by 25% after NEW TRAI RULES

DTH cable rises after new tariff order comes in force. Watching your TV has become expensive since February 1. After the notification was issued by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), cable TV and DTH companies have made money off each channel under the new rules. Although NEW TRAI RULES said that watching TV from February 1 will be cheaper, but the market expert believes that watching TV is costly and expensive.

True claims are not true
According to a report issued, the claim of TRAI is not true, because it does not mention the paid channels. Every broadcaster has created books from their own books separately. These include pay and HD channels. People have to spend more money to watch these channels. Star Plus, Sony, G, and TV, Colors etc. come in the category of categories. If you want to watch an HD channel with SD, then you have to pay their money separately.

230 bill reaches 300
Compared to old prices, the bill of subscribers subscribing to 10 channels has increased by 25 percent to Rs 300 per month compared to the current Rs 230-240.

2 connections for two TVs
You have to take as many new connections as you have in your house. However, TRAI has given great relief to those who have taken the channel package for a long time.

The first was the rule prior to the implementation of this rule, the houses which had more than one cable connection had to put separate set-top boxes only. You could run two or three TVs with the same plan. But after the introduction of new rules, people have to take different connections and packages for their TVs in their home or elsewhere. This will burden the pocket of such people.

Relief to people for a long package

However, TRAI has given a big relief to the people who have taken a package of 3, 6, 9 12 months. The plans of such people will continue till the end, just as it is going on. When this plan expires, then they will have to pay the money..Under the new rules that came into effect from February 1.

Although TRAI has said that it will depend entirely on the customer that he wants to continue his ongoing plan or he wants to see the channel under the new rules that came into force on February 1.

Prime, Netflix will get benefits like
These rules, which came into effect from February 1, will benefit the populist channels and the trend of people towards Netflix, hot stars, etc. like ‘over the top’ services will increase.

This will also lead to the integration and merging of broadcasters in the industry because the quality of the program will only cease.

Will not spend more money to watch TV Channel.

For those who were the first free-to-air channel, now the consumer will have to give 130 rupees per month with GST. In order to watch an HD channel, the consumer has to pay the equivalent of two SD channels.

This allows the viewer to further reduce the number of channels, because no one wants to spend more money on the TV.

100 channels included only FTAHere’s one more thing to note about 100 channels which will have to pay 153 rupees. None of the broadcaster channels are included.

If you include HD paid channels in this list, then Rs 19 will be spent for each.

This will also result in a new price for paid channels. Where the people living in villages and small towns have to spend 200-250 rupees, it will now increase to Rs 440.

If you have to watch sports and HD channels then you have to spend Rs. 600. If viewers watch the channel on A-la-Carte basis then they will have to spend 800 rupees.

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