The company relaunched it in July for a-la-cart channels and add-on packs after removing lock-in periods last year. The lock-in period for individual channels was limited to 30 days, while in the case of add-on packs it ranged from 30 to 360 days.
- Earlier there was a lock-in period of 30 to 360 days.
- During this time, subscribers could not remove their channel bouquet or individual channels
- Now after removing the lock-in period, you can remove the bouquet or channel pack whenever you want.
Dish TV has removed the channel bouquet, free-to-air (FTA) channel packs, and lock-in periods applicable to individual channels. The new change is for both Dish TV and D2h subscribers. However, the lock-in period is still applicable to add-on packs and they range from 30 to 360 days depending on the pack duration. Dish TV first removed the lock-in period for its subscribers in early 2019, although it was later reverted.
As per the latest update, both Dish TV and its subsidiary D2H have removed the lock-in period applicable to channel bouquet, FTA channel pack, and individual channels. This means that customers will be able to remove any bouquet, channel pack, or individual channels on their DTH connection, without waiting for the completion of any fixed lock-in period.
This change is visible once you log in to Dish TV or D2h website with your credentials. Many users reported this news on the DreamDTH forum. The company has confirmed this change to Gadgets 360 for both Dish TV and D2H.
The company relaunched it in July for a-la-cart channels and add-on packs after removing lock-in periods last year. The lock-in period for individual channels was limited to 30 days, while in the case of add-on packs it was 30 to 360 days.