Subscribers Can Now Pay As They Watch On Startimes!


StarTimes has announced its new daily subscription payment tagged pay-per-day, beginning November 1, 2017. This, the company said is in line with the desire to give every Nigerian the opportunity of unbeatable digital television experience.

In a statement made available to Brand Spur Nigeria,  “Subscribers can now watch as much as 30 channels with N60 per day and over 40 TV channels with just N300 a week on Nova bouquet. Basic bouquet subscribers will also enjoy subscription rate as low as N90 per day and N450 per week while classic bouquet subscribers will pay N180 per day, N900 per week and Unique bouquet N240 per day and N1800 per week on DTT Platform.

On the other hand, subscribers on the DTH Nova bouquet is N60 per day, N300 per week and 900 per month; N120, N600, and N1, 900 for the subscribers on the Smart bouquet.  However, the Super Bouquet subscribers will enjoy a low rate of N240, N1, 200 and N3, 800 respectively.

Announcing the launch of the pay-per-day subscription package, Chief Executive Officer, StarTimes Nigeria, Justin Zhang said this option will boost viewing pleasure and offer credible, quality and enriching entertainment experience at a very low price.”

“As the fastest-growing digital TV operator in Africa and due to necessities of strategic development as well as meeting demands of African markets, StarTimes is focusing on its new pay-per-day subscription package to give subscribers affordable and convenient digital Television experience” he added.

Also speaking of the plan, the Brands and Marketing Director of the company, Qasim Elegbede said Nigerians can now enjoy unlimited access to quality entertainment with the pay-per-day plan.

About StarTimes Nigeria 

StarTimes Nigeria is a subsidiary of Startimes Media, a Chinese based company which offers Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Network Services in Nigeria.
Established in 1988 in China, it currently operates in 8 African Countries namely; Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Guinea, Central African Republic, and Burundi.