Asianet Digital

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Asianet Satellite Communications Ltd
Industry Cable television
Founded 1993
Headquarters Leela Infopark, Technopark Campus, Kazhakoottam, Trivandrum, Kerala, India
Area served Kerala
Products Cable TV, Pay television, Pay-per-view
Employees 1150
Parent The Rajan Raheja Group, Trivandrum
Website asianetdigital.co.in

Asianet Satellite Communications Ltd. is the largest cable network services company in the Indian state of Kerala. Started in 1993, Asianet Satellite Communications has today grown in size and reach. Its cable network services operate from over 55 centers spread throughout Kerala and touch over half a million homes and establishments. Asianet digital is a cable network along with a set-top box which carries up to 180 digital channels. It includes seven exclusively-owned channels which are only cable-cast over its network.

Channel packages[edit]

Asianet Digital is available in 5 bouquets:

  • Bronze: 60 Standard Definition channels + 10 Radio channels
  • Silver: 90 Standard Definition channels + 10 Radio channels
  • Gold: 130 Standard Definition channels + 9 High Definition channels + 15 Radio channels
  • Platinum: 150 channels + 10 High Definition channels + 20 Radio channels
  • Emerald: 180 channels + 14 High Definition channels + 20 Radio channels

Asianet Digital is available with a Standard Definition Set Top Box or High Definition Set Top Box. High Definition STBs with Digital Video Recorders are also available.[1]

Asianet Digital in HD[edit]

An HD (High Definition) service of ADTV was launched in July 2012. The cost for the High Definition TV package (which can be viewed in LCD or LED TV only) (Mega pack + 6 H.D. channels available) is at a rate of Rs. 9999 per year. As of present, 14 High Definition Channels are available. Asianet Satellite Communications Ltd. is leading Internet Service Provider. With a view to ensure high bandwidth availability, Asianet has set up its own International Satellite Gateways at Trivandrum and Cochin.

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