Tata sky is one of the greatest broadcast satellite providers in India. This broadcast satellite was firstly introduced in the year 2004. Tata Sky has the partnership or ties up between Tata group and 21st Century Fox. Tata Sky is the first Indian satellite broadcaster.
The other Broadcast satellite provider of India opposite to Tatasky is the AirtelDigital TV, Dish TV, Reliance Digital TV and Videocon D2H. This currently offers the more than 400 SD channels and more than 80 channels.
What are the awards won by Tata Sky?
Tata Sky owned many awards, and they are:
• The first and most prestigious awards owned by Tata Sky were in 2009. Tatasky was the first Indian broadcast satellite which had owned the award of ISO 27001.
• In the year of 2013, Tata Skywas awarded the Yahoo Big Idea Chair Award in the category of Best Use of Mobile Advertising.
• Again in the year, 2013 Tata Sky owned another award which was ET Brand Equity for the nomination of the title the best product of the year.
• In 2012 Tata Sky owned the award of ET Brand Equity for the nomination of the best DTH Brand.
• In the year 2009 to 2010 Tatasky also owned the award of the super brand council for the nomination of the super brands.
What are the Tata sky Plans of this year?
In the year 2017,the company had launched Tata SkyPlans to give benefits to the people. So that they can see the channels with very low cost.
Tata Sky plans of this year are:
• South Special – As the name suggest about the south which means that this offer is mainly available for the South India. The countries of the South India in which the offers are eligible are Pondicherry, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu. The special price value of the offers is the Rs 230 per month.
• DhamaalMix – This offer package will provide you with 185 SD channels and the two free Regional Packs. At this, you have to just pay for 11 months, and you will be getting the 1-month subscription free. But the main advantages of this offer are that it will not provide you with the HD channels.