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Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, TRAI has notified amendments to the regulatory framework for broadcasting and cable services and releases. TRAI has removed the ceiling on network capacity fee, NCF of 130 rupees for 200 channels and 160 rupees for more than 200 channels. The fee will now be driven by market forces. 

In order to ensure transparency,



the regulator said that all charges have to be mandatorily published by service providers and communicated to consumers, besides reporting to it. The primary objective of these amendments includes facilitating the growth of the broadcasting sector and promoting ease of doing business by simplifying the regulatory provisions.




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