Airtel Digital TV crosses 10M subscriber mark in six years, adds 12 new channels

airteldigitaltv_011748319237Airtel Digital TV, nation’s leading DTH service provider has reached a customer base of 10 million in a span of six years. With this new achievement, the provider has decided to add 12 new channels to its subscribers, which will raise its total number of channels and services to a new milestone of 500. Alongside, the company would also expand its HD portfolio to over 50 HD channels. The Number of regional channels will also be increased.

Shashi Arora, Chief Executive Officer, Airtel Digital TV sees the increase in customer base as the result of their unending technological innovation and customer service. “Innovation and customer satisfaction is core to our DNA. At Airtel Digital TV, we strive to empower our customers with superior television viewing experience by offering innovative & life enriching services backed with cutting-edge technology. As we look back, we take pride in the product and service innovations that we have brought to the industry”, he said.

Airtel Digital TV, which recently introduced Integrated Digital TV (iDTV), has many first-of-its-kind credits with it. The operator was the first to introduce Universal Remote, with Multi-lingual EPG. It is also the first company that facilitated the recording on a standard definition set-top-box using a USB storage device.

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