After other direct-to-home (DTH) operators introduced new multi-television (TV) connection prices to the users, Tata Sky has come up with its own pricing scheme, reports Telecom Talk.
According to the report, the new pricing schemes for Tata Sky’s multi-TV outline that the consumer having a primary connection with a monthly rental of up to Rs 100, exclusive of the network capacity fee (NCF), then the subscriber will only have to pay Rs 150 for the secondary one.
Subscriber having a primary connection with rental between Rs 101 and Rs 200 will have to pay Rs 200 on their secondary subscription, while those consumers having plans between Rs 201 and Rs 300 rental plan will have to spend Rs 250 for other connection.
Similarly, consumers availing a primary subscription between Rs 301 to Rs 400 will have to spend Rs 300 for multiple connection while those having a rental plan between Rs 401 to Rs 500 will have to pay Rs 400 for the same.
Further, primary connections with rental between Rs 501 and Rs 625 will pay Rs 500 for multi-TV connection, and those having rental plans between Rs 626 and Rs 750 will have to pay Rs 600 for other connection. Those having monthly subscriptions exceeding Rs 751 will pay Rs 700 for multi-TV connection
The consumers, however, will have to keep in mind that the primary connection cost is exclusive of the NCF.
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