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DTH companies against changes to KYC norms for STBs

DTH operators believe that there is no need to change the KYC process for set top boxes (STBs) as the current process is well-equipped to meet the requirements and the DTH industry is already adhering to a comprehensive KYC process, which has been working effectively till date.

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TRAI floats consultation paper on KYC of DTH set top boxes

MUMBAI: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) issued a consultation paper on 'KYC of DTH Set Top Boxes’ in order to finalise a suitable mechanism for the same. The comments of various organisations, industry bodies, DTH operators, standardisation bodies, STB manufacturers, software...

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Tata Sky reveals NCF of Rs 153 for secondary STB connection

Days after removing the multi-system policy on a secondary TV connection, DTH operator Tata Sky has announced new changes. The secondary set top boxes for TV connections will now be priced with an NCF of Rs 153.

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Dish TV reduces STB rate, offers 1-month free subscription

DTH player Dish TV is looking at various ways to stay strong in the market. The latest move is to reduce the price of its set top boxes. Dish TV has slashed the rate of its most premium STB. Now, Dish TV NXT STB will be available for Rs 1590, which is Rs 50 less than the previous cost.

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Tata Sky to allow different channels on additional set top box

Tata Sky is adding a new dimension to its multi-TV policy. By next month, Tata Sky customers will have the freedom to choose their own channels for different set top boxes (STBs). This could be the same channels on all TVs or different channels on different STBs. The plan is expected to go live by...

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