Good News! TStv is Set to Provide Pay-as-you Watch Satellite Services in Nigeria Very Soon!


Have you heard? TStv is Set to Provide Pay as you watch Satellite Services in Nigeria very soon.

 


A tough competition for DSTV and others is here. The upcoming indigenous pay-as-you-go satellite tv, TSTV Africa is set to be launched in Nigeria on the 1st of October, and it is already rumoured to be a tough competition for Multichoice’s  DSTV.

TSTV will offer 100 channels including 12 sports channels for all the football leagues, movies, news and music. The decoder will also come with a 50GB harddisk where customers will have the liberty to record TV programs and a pause/play function. Hmm, very sweet and interesting!

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TSTV says its decoder and dish will cost only N5000 and subscription prices will vary from N200, N500, N1000, N1500 to N3000 respectively.

The subscriptions will be pay-as-you-go as users will have the privilege to pause their subscription whenever they are not watching any programs.

Nigerians are already hailing the arrival of TSTV, as many express their disappointments and frustrations in their dealings with DStv and the likes.

Telecom Satellite TV (TSTV) has partnered with a Europe-based television station, ABS Global, to launch into the Nigerian Broadcasting Service a Direct-to-Home (DTH) satellite TV.

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The newly launched pay TV satellite would cover all sub-Saharan African countries and would provide over 100 TV channels to their customers.

 

What do you think?

 





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