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New rule for DTH

New rule for DTH

New rule for DTH

After the new DTH rules come, customers can purchase new set top boxes at their own discretion. Customers will not have the obligation to use STB given by companies.

New rule for DTH
Since February 1, many new rules are being implemented for DTH services. This means that the way you watch your TV can change it. At the moment it is not clear whether new changes will increase the hassle or get better experience. TRAI says that new rules are being brought for good changes. One of the new rules that are coming in, there will be a rule that customers can buy their own set-top box (STB) from the market. In this case, you will not have the obligation to use STD provided by DTH service providers such as Airtel, DishTV, TataSky.

New rule for DTH
TRAI says that DTH service providers or local cable operators can not force customers to buy or rent STBs from them. Now customers can purchase STBs from the DTH service providers or at the open market. That is, in simple language, it is as if you can buy router and modem on your own after taking broadband or you can also get it from the service provider.

New rule for DTH
According to the new rule, you can take STB from anywhere but it should be compatable for distributor's TV channels. A technology will be made standard since the introduction of new rules. That is, only one technology to make STB compatible with your DTH service is compatibile.

New rule for DTH
Although such a rule was not implemented now, the STBs present in the market have different compression techniques, coding techniques, encryption systems, middleware and operating systems that make every STB unique. There is also a problem with Broadcasters on Trai's path to implement interoperability, which argue that the new system will increase the piracy of the signals of the TV channels. According to TOI's report, this new system can be implemented by the end of this year. Also, let us know that even after the new rule is implemented, it will be necessary to keep STB. That is, the TV channel will now be able to see if you have an STB at home.

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