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I live in a condominium with a community antenna for satellite broadcasting. Do I have to sign a contract although I do not have a device?

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There was a “request for satellite broadcasting subscription” document in the mailbox when I returned home. The condominium has a satellite antenna for shared use, but I cannot watch it because there are no devices or codes to receive satellite broadcasts at home. Do I have to sign a contract for satellite broadcasting?


It is necessary to sign a contract if there is a reception device and satellite broadcasting can be viewed. However, if there is no satellite broadcasting device or code and it cannot be received, it is not necessary to sign a contract. If you have any questions about the broadcasting law, please consult with the public broadcasting reception fee consultation desk.