This is as competitive in the Pay TV market intensifies as service providers offer promotions to attract and retain subscribers.
The pay TV company announced the decoder and antenna price reduction from N10,000 to N7,500 for its DTT (Antenna) and N9,500 to N6,500 for its SD decoder.
The HD decoder now sells N7,500 while a combination of HD Decoder and Antenna sells for N8,900, a more than 30% reduction.
The company Public Relations Manager, Kunmi Balogun, in a statement said:” StarTimes is the top destination for news coverage during this season. We now have a lot more news channels. We recently added Plus TV Africa to our news channels while the existing ones such as TVC, Channels and NTA News 24 remain.
“We place great priority on the quality of our content as we continue to evolve; adding more of local channels that our subscribers have found engaging and all-around entertaining and irresistible over time,” he said.
StarTimes is a foremost digital TV operator in Africa and according to brand managers, it covers 80% of the continent’s population with a massive distribution network of over 2000 brand halls, 3,000 convenience stores and 5,000 distributors. It owns a featured content platform, with 440 authorized channels