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Breaking NOW : Tatasky moving to Asiasat 7/8 satellite
Gsat is reliable but Tatasky going out is better for us as they are paying very low price per transponder etc.,.
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(Saturday 28-February-2015, 13:14)dayag Wrote: If they are not moving then why all these trainings for technicians ? or may be the trainings are a usual activities for them for teh existing direction itself. all are bit confusing now because no confirmative informations from TS Side. we have to believe our sources .

as per my information from sources, they are given sat meters with softwares and they will come and connect it to boxes and upgrade it .Maybe he said it wrong as they can update boxes directly via satellite itself to boxes and these meters are just for tracking the new sat.

It must includes those frequencies etc.. Also he said that sat has not started yet, and maybe by march end it will start.
they will do a software upgrade in all boxes and add one or two tp from as7/8 as it will be home tp for tatasky on as7/8

so techinical just tune to as7/8 when they connect the boxes to new direction and set the tp to new added tp in the box for as7/8 then new software will download giving the box all the tp info for getting all the channel
yes, but cant this upgrade be done via OTA directly ? why should he come and download it in box and then move dish?
Maybe they want to know exact count also, otherwise some fellas who know satellite tracking will move themselves Big Grin
migration will be done to those customer who call and register for migration , for them they may charge some amt and change to new sat
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