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GTPL Hathway eyes 20-25% growth in broadband subscribers in FY20

Cable TV service providers are envisioning a future where broadband plays a major role and GTPL Hathway is also one of them. After a mild setback received from the new TRAI tariff order (NTO) implementation, the company is back on track to focus on the broadband sector in FY20.

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TRAI pulls up five cable companies for flouting new tariff order norms, sets 5-day deadline

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has directed five distribution platform operators (DPOs) to comply with all provisions of its new tariff order for the broadcast and cable services sectors within five days. The DPOs named are Multi Reach Media, GTPL Kolkata Cable & Broadband Pariseva,...

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TRAI tariff order implementation to increase GTPL Hathway's subscription revenue, EBITDA

Despite experiencing a troubled quarter due to the implementation of the new TRAI tariff order (NTO), cable TV and broadband service provider GTPL Hathway is optimistically looking at the transformation. Even as small multi system operators (MSOs) are figuring out the new regulatory framework, GTPL...

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Siti Networks responds to TRAI directive to comply with new tariff order

Leading multi system operator (MSO) Siti Networks on Wednesday issued a clarification, a day after the directive from Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) to it and other distribution platform operators (DPOs) to abide by all the norms of the new tariff order within five days.

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TRAI directs 6 DPOs, flouting new tariff order rules, to comply within 5 days

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Tuesday directed six distribution platform operators (DPOs) to comply with all provisions of its new tariff order for the broadcast and cable services sectors within five days.

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