Tata Sky plans to provide some relief to its customers in this lockdown environment. It is reported that the company is offering a 7-day balance loan to its customers. Actually, the customers whose account was deactivated due to not being recharged and they will get 7 days credit. As everyone knows Covid-19 disease which is spreading due to coronavirus infection, because of this the Indian government has put the entire country under lockdown. In such a situation, the company has decided to give some relief to its customers. This offer is exclusively for those customers whose accounts have been closed due to non-recharge. These customers are being given a 7-day credit balance by Tata Sky. This loan will be withdrawn from the user’s account on the eighth day.
As we mentioned above, this new offer from Tata Sky is available only for the deactivated accounts. To these subscribers, Tata Sky is sending a message that says “Your Tata Sky account is deactivated. If you are unable to recharge, then ‘080-61999922’ from your register mobile number to get 7 days balance. Give a missed call. On the eighth day, this balance will be withdrawn. The account will be credited within the next 4 hours. Keep your set-top box running for reactivation service. ”
After making a missed call, a 7-day balance will be credited to your Tata Sky account, the channels you have subscribed to will be operational. However, on the eighth day, Tata Sky will automatically withdraw this loan from the user’s account. This offer was first seen by DreamDTH.
In the nationwide lockdown, this offer from Tata Sky will provide some relief to the customers. Significantly, earlier this month, Tata Sky raised the price of its SD and HD set-top boxes. Both the SD and HD Tata Sky set-top boxes are available on the company’s official website for Rs 1,499.