DPOs need to pay new tariff to broadcasters starting February: IBF
Updated : February 14, 2019 03:45 PM IST
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India's (TRAI) earlier noted that only 65 percent of cable services subscribers and 35 percent of DTH subscribers have migrated to the new MRP regime, prompting it to extend the deadline to March-end for those who haven't migrated.
"Effective from February 2019 onwards our member broadcasters will be raising invoices on DPOs in accordance with the provisions stipulated by TRAI under the new MRP regime," IBF said in a statement.
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