TataSky to add 2 Marathi HD channels for the occasion of Maharashtra day on 1st May

By April 30th, 2016 AT 2:53 AM

TataSky the leading DTH operator with the highest number of HD channels and services is leaving no stone unturned to ensure it retains that title. TataSky will be adding two new Marathi regional HD channels in honour of the occasion of Maharashtra day on 1st May.

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Recently TataSky announced a strategic partnership with state run BSNL for its broadband service. Under the MOU signed TataSky subscribers wishing to avail video on demand service will be able to do so by getting BSNL broadband connection installed at their premises.

The channels which will be added are:

  • Star Pravah HD on channel number 789
  • Colors Marathi HD on channel number 786

With this addition the operator will be able to boast a total of 72 HD channels and services which include 9 showcase HD channels dedicated to pay per view movies. TataSky also has a wide range of south indian regional HD channels which helps it maintain a strong footing in both south as well as rest of India.

Physiotherapist by day and techno buff by evening, Esmail is our very own in-house spectrum specialist. He has a keen eye for the Mobile data and DTH segments.

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A good decision.

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