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Operators can’t charge TV viewers more than current monthly outgo under: TRAI
Posted on 14th February 2019
Telecom regulator TRAI on Wednesday asserted that operators cannot charge TV viewers more than their usual monthly outgo under the ‘best fit plan’ to be offered during the transition period, and cautioned that the regulator will take action on any such complaint.

“TRAI has clearly asked distribution platform owners (DPOs) to ensure that for consumers, the monthly outgo under the best fit plan should not exceed the payout per month of existing plan of the subscriber,” TRAI Secretary SK Gupta told PTI.


TRAI gives time till March 31 to consumers to choose channels under new rules
Posted on 13th February 2019
TRAI has given time till March 31 for consumers to opt for channels of their choice under the new framework for broadcasting and cable services, the telecom regulator said Tuesday.

In a statement, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) said it has also asked all distribution platform operators (DPOs) to create 'best fit plan' for its subscribers who have not exercised their options yet.


Trai slams CRISIL on new cable, DTH tariff regime
Posted on 7th February 2019
Disputing CRISIL’s report that TV bills may go up for a majority of subscribers after the new regulatory framework for broadcasting and cable services kicked in from February 1, 2019, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) on Wednesday said that initial data from broadcasters shows that bills have gone down by 10-15% in metros and 5-10% in non-metros.

DoT to seek Trai view on allocating spectrum to Railways without auction
Posted on 6th February 2019
The Digital Communications Commission on Tuesday directed the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) to seek views from the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) on the allocation of 700 MHz premium spectrum worth Rs 65,000 crore to the Railways for signalling purposes without auction.

"Indian Railways has asked for 10 MHz of spectrum in 700 MHz band for setting up public safety and security service.


No cheap thrills: TV subscription bill may go up for most users, says report
Posted on 5th February 2019
The Trai’s new regulatory framework for broadcasting and cable services industry, which the regulator said is intended to bring in more transparency and uniformity as well as offers greater freedom of choice to viewers, is expected to increase the monthly TV bills of majority of subscribers by around 25%, ratings agency Crisil said in a report.

TRAI’s New Rule for DTH, Cable TV: New rules kick in, know all about it and how to enrol
Posted on 1st February 2019
TRAI’s New Rule for DTH: TRAI’s ambitious plan to usher TV viewing in new era has kicked in today and while a large number of the population has already switched over to the new plan, the service providers along with the authority are regularly working to prioritize the switch, TRAI said in a press release on 31 January 2019.

Trai asks DTH firms to allow customers with long-term packs to continue
Posted on 30th January 2019
Telecom regulator Trai has asked DTH operators to allow customers to continue their pre-paid long-terms packs after the February 1 industry deadline to switch over to a new broadcasting regime.

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) Chairman R S Sharma told PTI that there is no change in February 1 deadline for migration to the new tariff regime for broadcasting and cable services.


5G will require huge investment in fiberisation, says Trai chairman
Posted on 29th January 2019
India is moving fast on adoption of 5G technology but an effective deployment will require huge investment in fiberisation, the telecom regulatory authority of India (Trai) chairman RS Sharma said.

"We have to figure out the use cases in our country and many players are working on it.


TRAI firm on rolling out new DTH tariffs from Feb. 1, issues notice to TATA Sky
Posted on 25th January 2019
Even though only 40% customers have registered their channel choices under the new tariff guidelines that kick in from February 1, the Telecom Regulatory Authority Chairman R.S. Sharma on Thursday expressed confidence that service providers will be able get options from all their subscribers within a week.

New tariff order by Feb 1 or full blackout: Trai to cable, DTH operators
Posted on 23rd January 2019
Despite repeated assertions by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai), the implementation of the new tariff order is proceeding at a sluggish pace. Sources in the know reveal that less than 50 per cent of the consumers’ choice has been recorded across cable-digital and direct-to-home (DTH) platforms.

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