Direct to House (DTH) operator D2H has launched a brand new set-top field service plan for its subscribers. This plan will enable customers to increase their set-top field guarantee or get a brand new annual one. D2H is providing service for the set-top field for merely Rs. 99 excluding GST. With GST, the quantity involves Rs. 117 that the person will pay on-line and avail a 12 months of prolonged guarantee for the D2H field. Dish TV launched an identical service plan for its subscribers earlier this 12 months.
The brand new D2H Field Service Plan has been listed on the website, and customers should enter their buyer ID, VC quantity, or registered phone quantity to avail the service. When you enter any of the main points, customers can entry the web page. The Field Service Plan affords ‘free service of your set-top field’, and this service is priced at Rs. 117 (together with GST). This extends your current field guarantee or affords you a recent guarantee for one 12 months. If extending the guarantee, the brand new one 12 months service will start a day after the expiration of the present guarantee plan.
When you enter your particulars, the web page will notify you whether or not the D2H set-top-box is out of guarantee or not. You could have to pay extra for a number of set-top-boxes in your home. The operator mentions that this service is just for the set-top field, and some other adjoining repairs will likely be chargeable. Faulty STBs will have to be repaired initially by paying a charge, and after they’re repaired, will the STB be eligible to avail the Field Service Plan.
Underneath this service plan, D2H says that it will not be answerable for improper use of the field, or if any unauthorised modifications are completed with out consent of the operator. Additionally, any injury triggered because of ‘water, irregular voltage fluctuation, rat chew, nuisance attributable to any animal together with monkeys, pets and so on., neglect, Acts of God like flood, lightening, earthquake and so on. or causes aside from strange use’ should not coated on this service plan.
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