Dish TV DTH new recharge plans
These are the available Dish TV DTH new recharge plans now. This is the link to the Dish TV website for recharge plans. Please visit this site to varify and get the latest Dish TV DTH new recharge offer plans with best discounts.
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Channel Packages offered by Dish TV
The Packages we have mentioned below were correct at the time of writing this. But packages plans of Dish TV can change without notice, so please visit Dish TV website for recharge plans.
- Dish TV DTH New Super Family Plan @ Rs.240.00 per month for all of India
- Dish TV DTH Maxi Sports Plan @ Rs.285.00 per month for all of India
- Dish TV DTH All Sports Plan @ Rs.335.00 per month for all of India
- Dish TV DTH New Platinum Sports Plan @ Rs.440.00 per month for all of India
- Dish TV DTH New Titanium Pack Plan @ Rs.499.00 per month for all of India
- Dish TV DTH Jumbo Family Plan @ Rs.195.00 per month for South India
- Dish TV DTH Family Sports Plan @ Rs.220.00 per month for South India
- Dish TV DTH All Sports Plan @ Rs.255.00 per month for South India
- Dish TV DTH World Sports Plan @ Rs.335.00 per month for South India
- Dish TV DTH Platinum Sports Plan @ Rs.430.00 per month for South India
- Dish TV DTH New South Titanium Plan @ Rs.499.00 per month for South India
Dish TV Wiki
DishTV is the first DTH operator in India. DishTV is a division of Zee Network Enterprise(Essel Group). Dish TV DTH is transmitted using the NSS-6 Satellite at 95.0 degrees East.
Dish DTH was launched in 2004. Dish TV has the largest number of subscribers in India. As of 30 June 2014, Dish TV has 12.5 million customers from the total of about 35.5 million DTH subscribers in India. Dish TV has 43 "Dish truHD", the so called HD Channels. DishTV uses MPEG-2 digital compression technology. Dish TV has the facility to offer it DTH Satellite Services on buses, trains and aircrafts in India.
On 28 Dec. 2010 Dish TV announced that they have taken additional transponders on Asiasat Satellite. Since NSS-6 and AsiaSat Satellites are positioned close by, it allows existing customers to get the signal from Asiasat also, although an additional LNB has to be installed on the existing dish. What this means is that Dish TV has more transponders to transmit Channels. Since Dish TV uses the older MPEG-2 technology, DishTV needs to increase its transponder capacity at great expense due to the fact that MPEG-2 compression only allows half the number of channels per transponder when compared to those using MPEG-4 Compression.
Tuning frequencies of DishTV Transponder
Dish T.V Transponder frequencies from Satellite NSS 6 at 95.00° East.
- 11037 3/4 40700 H
- 11172 3/4 27500 H
- 12535 2/3 40700 V
- 12595 3/4 40700 H
- 12595 3/4 40700 V
- 12638 2/3 13000 V
- 12647 3/4 27500 H
- 12688 3/4 27500 H
- 12688 3/4 27500 V
- 12729 2/3 27500 V