DTH subscribers in India are said to be saving between 10 to 15 percent of their money on subscription costs in metro cities, thanks to the new TRAI framework. Figures provided by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting in the Monsoon session of the newly elected Lok Sabha claim that TV viewers across the country have benefited from the new regulatory framework that was first notified by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) in March 2017. The framework was later re-notified along with an implementation schedule in July last year.The ministry has further said that not just metro-residents but even non-metro subscribers are saving somewhere between 5 to 10 percent. The information was presented in the Lok Sabha by the ministry in response to a question asked by M. K. Raghavan, a member of the House of the People, regarding the effect of the new framework on subscribers. “As reported by TRAI, the analysis of preliminary data of few large DPOs reflects actual savings by subscribers to the tune of 10 to 15% in Metro cities and between 5 to 10% in Non – Metro areas after implementation of new regulatory framework,” the ministry responded.However, it was also informed to… Read full this story
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