The Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) have asked Dish TV to make payment to Indiacast UTV of the admitted amount.
The DTH operator was to furnish, by 17 April, the SMS reports from their systems from 1 January 2014, to the respondent.
Furthermore, the tribunal has put the petition of both Dish TV and IndiaCast UTV for hearing on 23 April.
The DTH operator has been offering 22 IndiaCast UTV channels as part of special a la carte offer to its subscribers.
IndiaCast UTV’s principal argument is that Dish TV must pay on the basis of package price if the channels are provided to consumers as part of a package. Dish TV has, however, maintained that it is offering these channels on a la carte basis and at no cost to the subscribers.