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Hathway-MCOF show way forward on digitisation

The government-mandated DAS has been in limbo for a few months now. Even as set top boxes have rolled out in phase I and phase II towns, the issue of Consumer Application Forms (CAFs), despite claims by all, has yet to be resolved completely with the collections of these falling short of the mark....

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Maharashtra's LMOs to blackout TV on 2 Oct

MUMBAI: A mid- week holiday is always welcome and is a good time to catch up with friends and family as well as your favourite TV shows and channels. However, this Gandhi Jayanti will see a different type of revolt on television in the west Indian state a

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Arvind Prabhoo shares LMO perspective at IDOS 2013

GOA: In this special session, the Maharashtra Cable Operators Federation president Arvind Prabhoo addressed some dire issues currently being faced by the last mile owners (LMOs).

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FTA subscription sharing: TDSAT for expanded review by Trai

NEW DELHI: The Telecom Disputes Settlement Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) has sent back the case related to MSO’s demanding a share of the Rs 77 for FTAs to be paid by consumers under the Cas regime, for an expanded review by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai).

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WWIL in drive to acquire LMOs

MUMBAI: Wire & Wireless India Ltd (WWIL), the cable outfit of Zee Network, is on a drive to acquire last mile operators. The company is offering to cable operators a valuation of Rs 2,000-3,000 per subscriber. While WWIL will be a 51 per cent partner, the balance 49 per cent will be with the...

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