Tata Sky Broadband sets FUP limit on unlimited data plans; speeds to reduce to 2 mbps if usage exceeds 1,500 GB/month
Tata Sky Broadband has revealed that its unlimited data plans will soon come with a FUP limit of 1,500 GB per month
Tata Sky is delivering speeds of up to 100 Mbps without any FUP (fair usage policy) limit.
The Tata Sky campaign introduced in Kannada, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam aims to convince users about the benefits of DTH over cable.
Tata Sky Binge subscribers can watch content from Hotstar, Eros Now, Hungama Play and Sun NXT.
The controversy over the launch of NaMo TV is yet to be resolved with the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (I&B) having sought time till Friday to respond to the Election Commission's (EC's) queries on the status of the 'channel'
TRAI also asked channel distributors to ensure that one channel appears only under one genre.
The TRAI, in March, 2017, had notified the new regulatory framework for Broadcasting and Cable services.
Fintech companies are active in the P2P platforms and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has created separate category for proper regulations.
The encoding platform will allow Tata Sky to deliver an additional 150 standard definition channels, and 50 HD channels by the end of the year.
In a suit filed against YouTube by Tata Sky, the Delhi High Court observed that there had been unnecessary delay in removing offending content.
JioMoney Wallet entered the digital wallet space with silent launch of apps on smartphone application stores.
The state-owned telecom operator BSNL has partnered with DTH major Tata Sky to offer video-on-demand (VoD service to its broadband users.)
Netflix entering India is a win-win situation for users, and looks like the affects have started surfacing.
Madhuri Dixit is also set to take her dance abroad associating with international service providers
Last month, the company had announced an additional investment of $1 billion in India as it targets one million rides a day in six-nine months.
Swedish multinational provider of communications technology and services has bagged three contracts announced in the Mobile World Congress 2015 -- one each from Bharti Airtel, Idea Cellular and Tata Sky, a company statement said.
Market regulator Sebi has sought fresh clarifications from the merchant banker of Videocon d2h Ltd, the satellite television arm of Videocon Group, regarding its proposed Rs 700-crore initial public offer (IPO).
Customers calling into the contact centre can now speak naturally, in English, Hindi and ten additional Indian languages, to resolve their questions or be routed to the appropriate customer service representative.