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DTH Service in India: A Technology that has come of age

WWith emergence of digital clarity TV viewing in India, direct to home (DTH) industry has got a boost. Great competition and the rush to capture the market share have opened wonderful avenues for the users. Not only with the pricing, have the users now had the option to choose extra perquisites as per the individual needs. Moreover, the options for the consumers have increased immensely. From the choice of packages, the consumers can decide on their preferred pack and pay only for what they watch. One such company that has excelled immensely in the Indian direct to home (DTH) market is d2h. The company has come up with discounted packages with increased elements of flexibility that allows the users to choose their set of viewer ship. In a nutshell, viewers pay only for what they choose to watch. Here is a brief overview of some the packages on offer by d2h service.

d2h has pioneered the dth technology in India. d2h comes with a variety of channel packages. The users can subscribe to one of the base packages and then choose any or all the add-on packages. Super Gold pack comes at Rs 160 per month (exclusive of all taxes). The package is inclusive of 232 channels and added services.

South Gold pack : The pack is exclusively designed to cater the dth market of south India. The pack comes at Rs 156 (exclusive of all taxes). The users get to see 246 channels. Moreover, the consumers are given 2 south language top up free with this pack as a gesture.

Gold sports pack : The pack is specially designed by the company to serve the sports loving dth viewer ship of India. The pack comes at Rs 218 per month (exclusive of taxes) and offers major sports channels of India. Moreover, the users get to watch an additional 201 channels in this pack.

Diamond pack : the pack offers more than 305 channels along with service assistance The monthly charges of the diamond pack come at Rs 267 (exclusive of taxes) per month. It is one of the preferred package schemes of the modern day dth service consumer in india.