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There is great news for TV lovers. If you also like to watch TV, then you must know about TRAI’s new guidelines before that. New guidelines have been issued by India Telecom Regulatory Authority. TRAI has revised the New Tariff Order (New Tariff Order NTO) 2.0, which will affect crores of customers.  the new rules are now – under the new rules, any channel priced at Rs 19 or less will be able to join the channel book. After this decision of TRAI, cable and DTH customers will get a lot of relief.

According to the information received from TRAI, the new guideline will be implemented from February 1, 2023. Along with this, TRAI has said that all the channels should ensure that after February 1, the customers are provided with the services according to the channel selected by them or according to the book. will report any changes in your channel, channel MRP and channel book structure.

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has issued a notification on Tuesday regarding the new rules, according to which, only those channels with an MRP of Rs 19 or less will be allowed to be included in the book. Under the latest amendments in its New Tariff Order (NTO) issued on Tuesday, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) also said that a broadcaster can add a maximum of 45% to the sum of the MRP of all pay channels while pricing its channel book. can give exemption As of now, only 33 percent discount is given. TRAI said that the MRP of any pay channel will be based on the discount given by the broadcaster as well as the joint membership of that channel in the book.


According to the information, all broadcasters will report channel name, language, MRP per month of channels and booking of channels and any change in MRP by 16 December 2022. Apart from this, all information will also be uploaded on your website too.Next year you will pay for the channels you want to watch. First you have to take the complete package for some channels which has nothing to do with the rest of the channels. Now customers will pay only for selected books or channels. Chairman of Indian Broadcasting and Digital Foundation on the matter. Madhavan said that all this has been possible with the cooperation of NTO 2.0 Industry and TRAI.