Tata Sky Removing Pain of Channel Selection for Non-Tata Sky users also

Tata Sky Removing Pain of Channel Selection for Non-Tata Sky users also

DreamDTH exclusively broke the news on 17 October that Tata Sky has added Pack Optimization feature for its customers to help them select the best packs and save money, but what about those who don’t have a Tata Sky connection?

The operator didn’t take time in understanding what TV viewers desperately want today and enabled this feature for everyone. Now even those who don’t have a Tata Sky box can also use this simple and easy process to find the best plan for their DTH or Cable connection and reduce monthly expense on their entertainment.

How to use Tata Sky Pack Recommendation?

Simply go to Tata Sky Website and select Categories of channels you love to watch.

Select Languages in which you watch TV

Press Yes for HD channels or No for SD channels

After processing your request it will automatically show 3 plans- Best Value, cheaper with fewer Channels and one costlier with more channels.

What’s The Benefit for Tata Sky?

The company wants more and more people to know about it and it’s services. Providing this Pack Recommendation to everyone will fulfil this moto as more people will go to Tata Sky website and some of them might decide to ditch their current DTH or Cable operator for Tata Sky.

Flaws in the Process

In our initial testing, we have found that Tata Sky is recommending its Curated Packs also which could be helpful for its customers but useless for other users as these curated packs are not available on any other operator. Also, as of now, there is no option to optimize pack by selecting À la carte channels. The service has just launched and we are expecting it to be improved through further updates.

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Dipjyoti Roy
Dipjyoti Roy
1 year ago

It would be less painful to visit TRAI’s selector website for non Tata Sky users as you get same features along with a pdf features of which you can print out and send it to your dth and cable operators.

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