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Different claims of cable TV and DTH being expensive or cheap

Friday - February 8, 2019 11:20 am , Category : BHOPAL
CRISIL: TV entertainment becomes expensive due to the new rules of TRAI
CRISIL: TV entertainment becomes expensive due to the new rules of TRAI

TRAI dismisses claims of entertainment being expensive on TV

FEB 08 (WTN) - Has the bill of your cable TV or DTH increased due to the new Broadcast tariff arrangement of TRAI? If you think so, then this time you have been supported by the Crisil, which has claimed in a report that due to the new broadcast tariff arrangements, the bill of cable TV and DTH subscribers has been increased. But in contrast to the claims of Crisil, Indian telecom regulatory authority, i.e. TRAI, completely rejected the claims of increasing the bill of cable TV and DTH customers through the new Broadcast tariff arrangement.

According to the TRAI chairman Ram Sevak Sharma, the report of Crisil was made on the basis of ‘insufficient understanding’ of the TV distribution market. According to Sharma, the claim of the report is false that due to the new system, viewing of cable TV and DTH has become costly. Dismissing CRISIL report, TRAI says that this report has been prepared on the basis of the report of only one week of TV rating agency BARC on the basis of selection of top channels at the All India level.

Amid the charges of entertainment being expensive on TV, TRAI says that in the coming three months, there is a hope that the price of TV channels will be reduced. For your information, let you know that Crisil had said in its report that according to the new guideline of the TRAI, most consumers will have to face costly entertainment on TV due to the price of increased price of channels by the Broadcasters and the Distributors in the Network Capacity Fees.

Here, TRAI says that under the new rules, service providers can discontinue their network capacity fees to their customers or else it can be completely redeemed. For your information, let you know that TRAI has implemented new rules from February 1 for TV channels which have been implemented on both cable TV and DTH. According to these rules, TV consumers will now have to pay only for the channels they want to view.