Monday, 8 April 2013

Reliance Communications planning to sell Big TV DTH to Sun DTH

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Reliance Communications planning to sell Big TV to Sun DTH for Rs 2,000 crore. Driving Telecom Asia: Anil Ambani-owned Reliance Communications is based in talks with the Southern Sun Group to sell its DTH business for an estimated Rs 2,000 crore.

Reliance Communications is the second largest telecommunications provider in India, which is facing strong competition from the movement during scanning, has decided to leave the DTH.


Bharti Airtel, No. 1 telecom operator in India, is in talks with Liberty Global and a few private-equity firm to sell 25 percent of its direct business-to-home (DTH). Both are trying to get. Satellite from the business due to financial problems


Reliance Communications planning to sell Big TV to Sun DTH for Rs 2,000 crore

Reliance Communications will try. From the SRD after running the company for five years Reliance Communications launches satellite TV services, 19 August 2008 and now offers the digital television addiction standard definition, high definition HD DVR STB, with the largest bouquet of channels.

The main objective of Reliance Communications is to reduce debt, estimated at Rs 37,000 crore.
Reliance Digital TV is available in more than 37,600 retail outlets in 8350 cities.

Despite a report in the Times of India reported on Monday about a possible agreement with the Sun group was not many details.

Reliance Digital TV currently has 4.6 million subscribers, with 9 percent market share of DTH in India. Sun Direct has 8.5 million DTH subscribers. Sun Direct claims it is the only DTH player to offer 11 channels and exclusive regional services.

DTH Reliance Communications "has a lot to be displayed first. He launched the first high-definition digital video Advanced in India (HD DVR), the 200-hour recording, the trick play functions, and universal remote control offers three aircraft operate.

The company says that the set-top box (STB), the failure rate dropped to 0.61 percent, which is one of the best international and by far the best in India.
Industry (DTH) services in India currently has about 30 million subscribers six DTH operators Dish TV, Airtel Digital TV, Tata Sky, Sun Direct, Reliance Digital TV, Videocon D2H and DD Direct.

Indian DTH industry is expected to grow to 60 million subscribers by the end of 2013.

According to Media Partners (MPA) Annual report of the research in Asia, the DTH subscriber base in India is 2.3 billion rupees in 2010 to 6.4 million rupees in 2015 and 8.3 million rupees in 2020 to grow. It is expected that the United States be the second largest market for DTH with Rs 3.5 million active subscribers.

Estimated $ 6400000000 revenue grow subscription television cable industry totaling India in 2020 to 4.2 billion in 2011, according to Media Partners Asia.
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