Airtel Digital TV cuts off NCF on long-term packs

Anil - Mar 18, 2019


Airtel Digital TV cuts off NCF on long-term packs

The NCF charges of Rs 153 (Rs 130 plus 18 percent GST) hasn't been supported on Airtel Digital TV's three, six and 12-month plans.

As reported by Telecom Talk, Airtel Digital TV will no longer support the extra NCF aka Network Capacity Fee for the subscribers who register a permanent pack. The service follows up the waiving-off NCF on common packs of other operators such as Sun Direct TV, Tata Sky, etc last month.

The carrier is offering a quite sweet deal for its user, the Airtel smartbytes plan, which allows you to top-up when you have used up your data balance.

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Amount of Rs.153 which is the charge of NCF (Rs.130 and 18 percent plus GST) has been cut off on Airtel Digital TV long-term plans.

That NCF costs about Rs.153, which calculated as Rs.130 and 18 percent plus GST. This payment has been cut out on the AD TV plans of three-month, six-month, and 12-month. On the other hand, long-term service plans in some regions like Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, etc will be easily activated by "Top Ups" in the mobile app My Airtel.

If you are a subscriber of the company and want to keep track of your consumption, here is how to check your Airtel smartbytes data useage.

For example, users in Tegulu can subscribe to the Airtel Digital are charged at Rs.820 for a three-month mega pack, while it's Rs.1,640 for the six-month plan. This means the subscription will annually cost Rs.3,275. In the meantime, the plan's fee per month is calculated at Rs.273 without NCF charges.

Prior to this action, Airtel Digital TV had its discounted select channels on NCF. Audiences typically pay Rs.20 extra additionally for 23 exceeding channels as NCF cost if they come across 100 base channels, for which NCF is Rs 130 plus 18 percent GST.

Nonetheless, the Airtel Digital subscribers are able to observe 100 channels and just have to pay the same amount of NCF, but it includes only select channels. Several channels such as DD channels, India TV and many others will be liberated from NCF.

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If you usually exceed your data cap, smart bytes is something you should consider

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has enforced the new rules on February 1st. The rules for Direct-to-Home service providers require subscribers to make a selection of 100 channels for least. Thus, new rules will make the subscribers could pay affordably only for their favorite channels.

If you usually exceed your data cap, Airtel smartbytes is something you should consider.

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