About 58 dealers reportedly paid N12 million each, as an upfront payment for a minimum of 3000 decoders and have reportedly waited endlessly for the operator to roll out its decoders.
TStv said it would launch the sale of its product last October but expectant dealers and Nigerians have been disappointed as the pay-tv operator has failed to pinch the hold of MultiChoice, operators of DStv has on the Nigerians market.
Only last week, the company took to the social media handle to announce the commencement of Dexterity decoder sales. It wrote “You are already aware that the decoders are in two forms. Sassy and Dexterity”
According to TSTV, “Dexterity decoder sales will start soon once we have completed our ongoing nationwide tests and full integration of our data hubs nationwide. We can guarantee everyone that TSTV will revolutionize and create a new model for the entire pay-TV market in Africa. We are just getting started…,” TStv wrote o its Instagram page.
The Dexterity decoder comes with the complete full packages of TSTV Africa, free 20GB data, ability to record any TV program of your choice and every other thing TSTV promised before their launch.
And once the dexterity decoder is available, you will be able to exchange your sassy decoder for a fee to get the new decoder.
SOURCE: Nigeria Communications Week