According to TRAI chairman, while the customer can choose the pack or broadcaster bouquet, if the cable or DTH company was choosing these on behalf of the customer or automatically applying them to the user's monthly cable bill, then that would be a violation of the new regulations.
TRAI New DTH and Cable Rules, Channel List, Price, and Plans: To see whether the 'Best Fit Plan' has been activated, users will need to login to the website of their DTH operator like say Tata Sky, Airtel Digital TV, Dish TV, Videocon, Hathway.
TRAI's new rules for cable, DTH companies: TRAI's extended deadline of March 31 for customers to choose their channel has now officially expired and customers will now be moved to the 'Best Fit Plan,' by DTH companies.
Tata Sky DTH Channel Selection Process, Packs, Plans under TRAI's New Rules: Tata Sky has 'manage pack' option, which lets Tata Sky subscribers add channels to their base pack or remove channels from their base pack under Trai new rules for DTH operator.
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
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.
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.