Direct to Home (DTH) operator DishTV India LTD on Monday (5 August) announced to the subscribers of Jammu and Kashmir will receive uninterrupted television services via the ‘Auto Pay Later’ service for both of its brands-Dish TV and D2h, reports the Television Post.
The operator took the proactive measure to ease out any temporary inconvenience faced by their subscribers while accessing the internet to recharge and will be able to follow the latest news and entertainment.
The service will be available at four days after the recharge date removed the possible hindrances in reaching retail points in J&K. The move from the largest DTH subscriber base in India came when the Narendra Modi-led government were in process of scrapping Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir in the Parliament.
Chairman and MD of the Jawahar Goel said: “TV is an essential service and especially so in times when keeping up with the latest happenings and entertainment is critical. While there might be temporary and necessary restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir, Dish TV India limited will ensure uninterrupted service to our Dish TV and d2h subscribers in J&K.”