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Trai gives a month to enforce tariff order, outlines a migration plan

All distribution platforms are required to move all their subscribers to new the framework by February 1

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Urvi Malvania Mumbai
The broadcasting industry has been granted some breathing space to implement the new Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) tariff order. The regulator had, earlier this week, indicated it would release a migration plan to ensure smooth implementation of the new tariff regime. 

In order to help the service providers migrate their subscribers to the new framework without causing any inconvenience, Trai has issued a schedule of activities. All existing packs/plans/bouquets to the subscribers are to be continued uninterrupted till January 31.

Also, no service provider will be required to disconnect any signal/feed to any multisystem-operator/local cable operator or subscriber on that

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First Published: Dec 29 2018 | 12:52 AM IST

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