Airtel Digital TV ‘all channels pack’ comes at Rs 1,675 per month

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TRAI recently lower the rates of MNP and new broadband services has arrived in the telecom and broadband war apart from broadband services and their exciting offers some competition in can also seen in DTH part. Operators are offering interesting deals and discounts to users on channel packs.

For some, TV viewing has become cheaper, but others have seen a considerable rise in monthly bills. And if you are someone who wants an all channels pack on Airtel Digital TV  connection than be prepared to pay even more.

Airtel Digital TV “all channels pack” detailed

  • You can buy all the channels pack from Airtel Digital TV at Rs 1,675 per month.
  • The pack will cost you Rs 20,100 yearly and it includes Rs 1,315 and NCF (network connection fee) of Rs 360 per month.
  • The pack comes with all HD and SD channels that are available on Airtel Digital TV platform. However, there is a small catch. The pack does not include SD channels that already have HD versions. For instance, Start Sports 1 (SD) is not included as the pack already has Star Sports 1 HD, DreamDTH reports. Also, the pack does not include any Service Channels.

Pay Rs 80 NCF for multi-TV connections

Airtel Digital TV is offering users with a discount, and customers with multi-TV only have to pay Rs 80 on every connection. Airtel is charging Rs 80, excluding taxes, on secondary connections. The company also states that “Additional NCF of Rs 20/- (taxes extra) will be applicable for subsequent slots of 25 SD channels over and above the 100 channels.”

After paying NCF of Rs 80 with additional tax amount, users then have to choose their channel packs for secondary connections. So, a user can choose free to air channels and then choose a few paid channels, and they only pay Rs 80 (plus taxes) on the second connection.

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