The company has talked about showing the HD channels free for a year under this offer. Consumers booking Reliance DTH connections through post office will be given high-definition (HD), high-efficiency video coding (HDHEVC) set-top box.
Available services in these states
The company has started this service since June 20. Users of Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Sikkim will be able to pre-book DTH. Slowly this service can be expanded in other states of the country.
Pick up the benefits of the offer
Reliance Communications’s Big TV launched a lucrative offer a few months ago, which will be paid to customers for booking a TV connection of Rs 2,000. These funds will be refunded later. The company will refund three years after the pre-booking amounts (Rs 500) and Rs 1,500 (the amount taken at the time of installation). In this way the entire amount will be refunded to the customers and the connection will be available free of charge.
Can get up to three years
Reliance Big TV announced that consumers will be able to enjoy 500 channels for free for 1 year, including HD channels. Customers will have to pay at the rate of 300 rupees per month to continue the service from next year.
Cashback offers will also be given on recharge for two years. Booking of set-top boxes has started in some states from March 1, 2018. If the user does not want to pay 300 rupees after 1 year, he will continue to get the service of free-to-air channels.
This is the offer on Dish TV
DTH TV, a provider of DTH service, launched a plan last month for its customers. The company had announced to give its subscribers SD Channels at the rate of Rs 8.5 per month. Customers of Dish TV will have to pay only 8.5 rupees to watch SD channels.
That is, if you prefer to watch only 10 channels, you will have to pay 85 rupees per month to see these 10 channels. Consumers will have to pay only to watch the channels of their choice. The ongoing war between Telecom companies is now being seen in the middle of DTH companies.