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TRAI's new rules for DTH, cable operators: Here's how your cable TV bill changes

TRAI New DTH Rules, Channel List, Price, and Plans: The new rules for DTH and cable operators are coming into effect on February 1, 2019 and this is how it will impact your cable television bill.

New DTH, cable TV rules from TRAI: Consumers can choose base 100 channels

TRAI New DTH Rules, Channel List, Price and Plans: TRAI has issued a new statement clarifying that consumers will have full choice on the SD channels they can choose in the 100 channels pack

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After February 1, TRAI's new DTH rules apply: What changes, base price, channel prices, etc

TRAI New DTH Rules, Channel List, Price and Plans: The new rules for DTH and cable operators by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) come into effect on February 1

TRAI's new framework for DTH, cable operators: Channel prices, what will happen after Jan 31

Trai Airtel, Dish TV, Hathway Channel New Price List and Plans 2019: TRAI's new framework for DTH, cable operator: What happens if one does not choose channels before January 31 and will there be a blackout? All your questions answered.

Till January 31 to select DTH, Cable channels: Everything to know about TRAI's new framework

TRAI's new framework for DTH and Cable allows users to individually select and pay for channels they want to watch per month.

TRAI imposes Rs 56 lakh penalty on telcos for call drops

TRAI found Idea Cellular and state-run telecom firm BSNL not meeting the call drop benchmark during January-March and April-June quarter.

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Months after TRAI threat, Apple allows DND app on App Store

Apple has approved TRAI's DND app and also made live the features within its operating system

RS Sharma: TRAI to study overhaul of spectrum valuation method next year

The TRAI Chairman said the proposed consultation on the overhaul in framework of spectrum pricing will not have a bearing on the already submitted recommendations for auction of airwaves.

TRAI issues new consultation paper, seeks views on regulatory regime

The new paper, however, deals with the residue issues after those pertaining to differential pricing, net neutrality and framework for internet telephony – which were parts of the original paper – have been dealt with by the regulator.

Reliance Jio adds over 1 crore new subscribers in July; 10 times more than rivals: Report

Reliance Jio added more than 1.17 crore subscribers in July, while rivals like Vodafone, Airtel, BSNL, Idea, etc altogether added 11.53 lakh customers.

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Developing nations grow in terms of internet usage as developed countries flatline: News in Numbers

The growth rate in internet usage is increasing in developing nations, also because there is more scope for it when compared with developed countries. But look at the numbers closely and you will once again find that the digital divide has not reduce

Net Neutrality rules approved by Telecom Commision

Net Neutrality rules accepted in India by Telecom Commission: Here's what it means for Indian internet, and how we got here.

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Call drop drive test done objectively: TRAI chairman

New Delhi, Feb 09 (ANI): TRAI Chairman RS Sharma on Tuesday rubbished the statement of telecom companies that the drive test conducted was wrong. He said they have not conducted the test for the first time, adding it has been done objectively. Sharma added that the decision taken on free basics was taken sometimes ago. He added the consultation on regulations is just similar to reviewing the old laws to see whether they are still relevant or not.

TRAI says no to free basics

New Delhi, Feb 08 (ANI): Addressing a press conference here on Monday, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Chairman RS Sharma said a regulation has been brought, making it necessary that no service provider follows differential pricing. He added that the prices should not be based on source, destination, type of content or the application. Sharma further stated that differential pricing could be offered in case of grave emergencies. Earlier, telecom companies had asked the telecom watchdog to withdraw its test reports arguing that the reports do not portray the actual performance of their networks and there was a wide divergence between the results of the tests done by them and those by the regulator.

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