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The first 10 channel numbers on the satellite TV platform are being charged more by satellite set-top box providers as channel operators believe that the channel number is important to attract viewers. 

According to the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC)'s channel line-up for non-frequency broadcast rule, set-top box providers are allowed to freely arrange the channel line-up for the first 10 places.

The channels that follow must be 12 public-purpose digital channels, three children's channels, seven news channel, seven variety standard-definition (SD) channels and seven variety high-definition (HD) channels.

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