Tata Sky’s TV packages dearer now by up to 10%

By March 29th, 2016 AT 10:27 AM

DTH services provider Tata Sky has hiked its TV packages across the country by up to 10%, which means every package will be costlier by Rs 10-25 which would vary depending upon the package. This price revision comes close on the heels of completion of the Cable TV digitization process. The process which will be completed in a four phased manner.

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This digitization process also helped DTH operators to almost double their subscriber base, while customers opted DTH connection for the flexibility over Digital Cable TV connections by local TV operator.

During this digitization phase, companies also introduced packages at cheaper rates, starting at Rs 99-199 to lure customers.

But after the recent hike in rates, the entry-level packs like Dhoom became costlier to Rs 199 and ones enrolled in the plan have to cough up Rs 20 more.

For, popular mid-level family pack Dhamaal Mix; one will now have to pay Rs 270 now instead of earlier pricing of Rs 250. Prices of other packs, including South special, also got increased.

For more details you can check the chart embedded below.

Details of revised packages of Tata Sky
PackagesOld Rate ( Rs)New Rate ( Rs)
South Special200220
South Sports Special255275
South Sports Special ( excluding Ten Sports )230255
Dhamaal Mix250270
Dhamaal Cricket290300
Dhamaal Kids305330
Dhamaal Sports315340
Supreme Sports Kids355380
Grand Sports485510
Super Saver380405


Customers who are on HD packs would have to pay more as per their base packs.

Dear readers, if you’re a DTH customer of Tata Sky; don’t forget to share your views on this price hike through comments.

Note: Do cross check with Tata Sky before opting any plans.

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