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TRAI Channel Selector app: Calculate your TV bills you have pay after February 1

TRAI Channel Selector app: Calculate your TV bills you have pay after February 1: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) came up with a new tool that may possibly guess an estimated total bill that one would acquire after 1 February 2019. The tool is known as Channel Selector App and is accessible for free of cost for any person to use on the Internet. The tool can benefit users to acquire a rough approximation of the bill if they choose to go for the a la carte option.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • TRAI has directed the subscribers to create their base package before January 31 to avoid disruption.
  • The top bar of the application will show you the MRP of the channels that you select.
  • The MRP will be updated every time you select a new channel.

TRAI Channel Selector app 2019

To make you more aware about your charges that you have to pay after new TRAI rule which will implement from 1st February 2019, here is the list of some of the channels and its packs along with its prices. So let’s have a look…

For Base Pack

For the base pack, users will have to pay Rs 130 as the Network Capacity Fee that covers up to 100 channels. Moreover, a sum of 18 per cent GST will put on to the complete pack.

Every single paid channel new to the base pack will add the cost to the overall sum. All the 25 Doordarshan channels will also be accessible as average in the base pack.

Entertainment Channels

While selecting all the 15 SD Hindi General Entertainment Channels (GEC), users have to pay is Rs 493, with the Network Capacity Fee as well as the GST. And for only 8 HD Hindi channels, users have to pay Rs 313.

If the users want to go for all five English GEC channels, at that time the amount will be Rs 203, with the Network Capacity Fee and the GST. Whereas, for all the 7 HD channels, the amount will get increase and will go up to Rs 241.

If the users will go for all English and Hindi SD GEC channels, at that time the total cost will be Rs 347, comprising the Network Capacity Fee and the GST. For HD versions of the same, you will have to pay Rs 401.

For the Lifestyle Based Channels

For complete number of three English and Hindi SD lifestyle channels which are registered in the app, you will have to pay Rs 160 and for the HD versions of the same, it will lead to increase in price aand will cost Rs 166.

For the freeloaders

If you only want to watch Free-To-Air (FTA) channels, then you won’t require to pay any further added price for every single channel. You only have to pay the Network Capacity Fee that is of Rs 130 and the 18 per cent GST amount that in this case sums to a overall of Rs 154. You can add up to 100 FTA channels.

For the Sports Channels

If you pick entirely SD sports channels only in the a la carte model, at that time the maximum amount you have to pay will be Rs 331, comprising the Network Capacity Fee and the GST. If you pick for entirely 10 HD sports channels in India, at that time the maximum sum that you have to pay is Rs 349, comprising the Network Capacity Fee and the GST.

For the Music Channels

If you select entire English and Hindi music channels registered on TRAI’s website, at that time you have to pay a total sum of Rs 160 comprising the Network Capacity Fee as well as the GST.

If you want the HD versions of the same, then you will have to pay out Rs 165, counting the Network Capacity Fee as well as the GST.

For Movie Channels

For the total number of 15 Hindi SD movie channels, you have to pay Rs 240, with the Network Capacity Fee and the GST.

If you want the HD versions of the same, then the price will rise to Rs 258, plus the Network Capacity Fee as well as the GST.

For the total of English SD movie channels, Rs 236 will be paid together with the Network Capacity Fee and the GST.

HD versions of the same will lead to increase in prices and then you will have to pay Rs 338 as well as the Network Capacity Fee and the GST.