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Dish TV’s 75% distributors have migrated registration to GST regime
MUMBAI: Dish TV has become the first direct-to-home (DTH) company which has fully migrated to the GST regime in almost all the states of India. The exception is Himachal Pradesh as the state has not yet opened the migration.
Being an active partner of the biggest indirect tax reform, Dish TV has persuaded and asked all its distributors and trade partners to migrate their registration to the GST regime and become a part of digital India.
Dish TV said 75% of its distributors and trade partners have migrated to GST regime.
The company further said that it would not deal with the distributors and channel partners who failed to register under GST regime until the enactment of Act.
Dish TV has a network of over 2,272 distributors and 243,740 dealers spanning across 9,431 towns in the country.