Like many other I too got glooming the News channels for the updates on the Attacks on 26th Nov, while it was happening. It was the Live covarage, that I had experienced after the 1991 Gulf War, while I was in School. As the Village is not connected to the cabel networks I watched the News on the Tata Sky DTH with ease at Dhiru Bhais home. It was that 5-6 hours of News coverage on Mumbai Attacks that I was tempted to get a DTH for our home, though I was reluctant to get it earlier due to the fact that it will cost lot of precious time on skiping channels. At last on the 5th of December I got Reliance BigTV DTH connected which costs Rs 1490/= with 3 months free Lite pack and includes 106 channels. I choose BigTV for the very simple reason that it has a wide network of service proffesionals and also give free 3 months of 106 channels, which other will cost atleast 500 bucks more. And in a Village like us its more than enough. Surprising to me is the fact that BigTV installed at my Home was with the serial number close to 20 lakh, as the servise representive given me. So with in the 3 months of operation its ovious that Reliance BigTV is going to change the senario of Channel Viewing. As its Cost effective and still with the best clarity.
I hope that this could be true for Internet Broadband connectivity via DTH/Satelite linking. As per the news I researched I was optimistic about the involvment of Govt in the setting up of WiMax NetWorks in 80,000 odd villages in India. This means a lot of energy and information in the comming days. And Hense as these ventures are going to make impacts , Our Portfolio as a Independent Website Solution Provider is going to be heavy, which means a drastic increase in Manpower, Money and standard of living. The Future is really high on these technologies , specially for the rural public. Its the best time to catch hold of and the Road ahead is more straight and concrete.
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