20 Oct 2017

StarTimes Launches Pay Per Day, Week And Month Subscription Packages

Hello Ever since the launch of Telcom Satellite Tv (Tstv) we have gradually started seeing the positive effects of serious competition in the pay TV services in Nigeria.
Startimes pay-per-day First it was MultiChoice who introduced GOtv Max which airs La liga matches on Super Sports Select 4 and now. Go gaga comfam also reduced the price of their decoder and gives customers 1month free subscription and now startimes has responded by introducing a new favorable system of decoder subscriptions similar to what TStv promised to offer.

Startimes has just added new subscription options - pay per day, pay per week and pay per month that allows customers watch channels with as low as N60 per day. Remember, the new competitor known as TStv are offering pay per view services which I believe, prompted Startimes to take this action.

Meanwhile, we are still expecting more favorable offers from DSTV but they should act fast before they start loosing customers because going by people's comments online, it's clear they are ready to dump them for TStv if their promises are fulfilled.

Now that StarTimes has introduced a daily subscription for a little price of just N60 and N300 for weekly subscription which lets you watch over 40 channels, what do you think DSTV will do in response because we know they won't fold hands even though they are not a match for Startimes in terms of quality, Channels, Features and so on.

Well, startimes revealed this new development earlier today on their official twitter channels and many Nigerians are happy about it as you can see from the comments on the screenshot. The new subscription model will be effective from November 1st 2017.

However, we won't hesitate to remind us that as at the time of this report, Startimes is yet to get the rights to air live Premier League, La Liga and Champions League matches but if you are a fan of Italian League, French League 1, German Bundesliga and the Chinese League, startimes decoder is for you.
So what do you think about this new payment methods and the competition building up in the pay TV network in Nigeria?
Hello Ever since the launch of Telcom Satellite Tv (Tstv) we have gradually started seeing the positive effects of serious competition in the pay TV services in Nigeria.
Startimes pay-per-day First it was MultiChoice who introduced GOtv Max which airs La liga matches on Super Sports Select 4 and now. Go gaga comfam also reduced the price of their decoder and gives customers 1month free subscription and now startimes has responded by introducing a new favorable system of decoder subscriptions similar to what TStv promised to offer.

Startimes has just added new subscription options - pay per day, pay per week and pay per month that allows customers watch channels with as low as N60 per day. Remember, the new competitor known as TStv are offering pay per view services which I believe, prompted Startimes to take this action.

Meanwhile, we are still expecting more favorable offers from DSTV but they should act fast before they start loosing customers because going by people's comments online, it's clear they are ready to dump them for TStv if their promises are fulfilled.

Now that StarTimes has introduced a daily subscription for a little price of just N60 and N300 for weekly subscription which lets you watch over 40 channels, what do you think DSTV will do in response because we know they won't fold hands even though they are not a match for Startimes in terms of quality, Channels, Features and so on.

Well, startimes revealed this new development earlier today on their official twitter channels and many Nigerians are happy about it as you can see from the comments on the screenshot. The new subscription model will be effective from November 1st 2017.

However, we won't hesitate to remind us that as at the time of this report, Startimes is yet to get the rights to air live Premier League, La Liga and Champions League matches but if you are a fan of Italian League, French League 1, German Bundesliga and the Chinese League, startimes decoder is for you.
So what do you think about this new payment methods and the competition building up in the pay TV network in Nigeria?

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