Tata Sky Subscribers Can Choose Different Channels on Secondary Connection Using Room TV Service

Ditching the old Multi-TV policy, Tata Sky, last month introduced a new service called 'Room TV' which allows users to choose individual channels on secondary connections

Highlights
  • Tata Sky Multi TV policy is now called Room TV service
  • Tata Sky is charging Rs 153 NCF charges for every secondary connection

Tata Sky has been in the news over the last month or so because of the removal of Multi-TV policy. After removing the Multi-TV policy entirely, Tata Sky introduced a new service called ‘Room TV,’ which finally allows subscribers to choose different channel packs on secondary connections. Earlier, it wasn’t the case as Tata Sky users were forced to stay with the same channel pack as the primary connection. However, things are different under the Room TV service which is now live to the subscribers. Tata Sky users with secondary connections can head over to the company’s website or mobile app to make changes to their channel pack and save some costs in the process.

Tata Sky Room TV Service: What Exactly is It?

According to Tata Sky, the new Room TV service aims to make it more feasible for subscribers to choose packs for their secondary connections. All they have to do is to log into their account via the app or website and follow the steps which according to Tata Sky are easy to deal with. For the unaware, Tata Sky users in the past had to pay huge amount for secondary connections as the company did not allow them to modify the channel pack compared to the likes of Airtel Digital TV and Dish TV.

Also, as mentioned above, the Tata Sky Room TV service allows users to choose the content of their choice on the secondary connection and the best part is they have to pay for the content they choose. Earlier, that wasn’t the case; Tata Sky Multi TV subscribers were forced to view the channels of their primary connection and the prices used to be sky high. However, with the new Room TV service, customers can view the content which they like to and can only pay for that, thus removing the hassle of paying premium charges every month.

“Their secondary connections can now have different channels & services from the base pack selected for the first connection in the house under the same subscriber ID,” mentions Tata Sky in their website. As mentioned above, Tata Sky Multi TV users can access Room TV service via the company’s website or mobile app.

Tata Sky Room TV Service Replaces Multi TV Policy 

Tata Sky used to be the least chosen DTH service provider when it comes to Multi TV connections, however, with the Room TV service, that’s going to change as users are free to choose channels of their own. But there are some users disappointed with the move as Tata Sky is levying Rs 153 NCF charges on every secondary connection. For those who earlier had a pricey channel pack, this move from Tata Sky will come as a relief, but for those, who had very few channels activated in their primary connection, this will disappoint.

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