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TRAI does not intend to revise NTO, aims to fine-tune it

MUMBAI: Amid several ongoing speculations on changes in the new tariff order (NTO), Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) chairman RS Sharma clarified that the regulatory body does not have any plan to revise the pricing framework. He also added that it is only trying to fine-tune it due to...

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GTPL Hathway acquires SCOD18 Networking to expand footprint in Maharashtra

MUMBAI: Cable TV and broadband service provider GTPL Hathway has acquired 100 per cent shares of SCOD18 Networking Pvt Ltd on Monday. The company informed the exchanges about the acquisition in a filing on Tuesday. While the company has a strong presence in Gujarat, the acquisition has been done...

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Arasu Cable revises subscription rates

Tamil Nadu’s state-run cable operator Arasu Cable has revised down its subscription rates, with effect from 10 August. Under the new subscription rate, package of 190 channels will be available for Rs 154.

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TRAI may look at “finetuning” new tariff order

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) may look at “finetuning” the new tariff order for cable and broadcasting sector to address any “aberrations”, as per a news report by Economic Times. However, the regulatory body won’t rush into this without adequate data backup.

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TRAI's new tariff order causes sharp decline in TV viewership

After the new tariff order implementation, television viewership in India has dipped due to ongoing disruption in the cable and broadcasting ecosystem. Zee News reported that as per CSLA the viewership of the top five broadcasters reduced to 78 per cent from almost 90 per cent earlier.

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