Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has implemented new DTH rules from 1st February. Since the rule of law, Consumers will now be able to see the channels of their choice and pay the same channels they have chosen.
DTH operators were also constantly reminding their consumers to choose their preferred pack before the rule was implemented. Although the new rules are mostly not understood by the consumers and they still have difficulty in choosing a channel of their choice. If you are among those consumers who are having trouble picking or making their favorite pack, TRAI has launched an application for you.
TRAI’s ‘Channel Selector’ application lets you easily create your DTH pack. Through this app, consumers can easily understand and understand their TV bill and other rules. This app works to simplify the process of selecting Consumers’ Packs of 100 channels and more.
TRAI says that channel selector will give app users information about the prices of all the channels selected as well as simplifying the selection of their pack.
How to Select
Live TV Channels Using TRAI Channel Selector Application:
Consumers will have to go to the TRAI website to access the channel selector application.
After this, on this website, you have to enter the information of the content that you use most with your state, language.
After doing this procedure, you will get a list of paid, free-to-air, standard, high definition and mandatory channels.
This app will also give users information about the total viewing cost of the selected channels and every month the consumers will have to pay the same amount to view the channel. This app has the feature of optimization, which can reduce the bill of watching TV.
With this TRAI app, you can reset your existing pack to create a whole new pack, but remember that in your 100 channel pack, an HD channel will be counted as 2 SD.
Updating the channel of users will continue to update in the top bar of the MRP app. If you choose free channels during this time, then it will not make any change in the capacity fees of 130 rupees.
At the same time, if you choose paid channels, then the MRP of your pack will be updated according to the price of the selected channel. Please note that the process of selecting channels can take some time and you will have to take your spare time and choose your pack.
TRAI said that after selecting the channel on the app, Consumers can also remove a printout so that they can easily go to the website of their DTH operators and select the channel.
Since TRAI’s new rule, users will have to pay two types of bills to watch a TV in which the first is the Network Competitiveness fee. Network Capacity Fee is a kind of rental charge, which costs Rs 130. This fee must be given to the Consumers as a TV connection at home. When talking about the second bill, it will be the cost of those channels that the consumers choose among 100 channels which are available in 130 rupees. Explain that you have to pay 18 percent GST along with the cost of these channels.
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