Startimes Introduced Pay Per Day, Just as DStv has Reconfirmed Option of Pausing The Active Subscibtion

Since the launch of TStv Africa Satellite Decoder, other Cable networks has started bringing positive things in the Pay TV services in Nigeria. I'm currently so enjoying how events are unfolding in the satellite tv in Nigeria. Ever since the announcement of TStv Africa, Multichoice Nigeria has started taking the action to make their customers happy.

Do you know that Multichoice Nigeria is about to adopt pay-per-view model? And the GOtv Max bouquet which airs full live Spanish La Liga games on Super Sports Select 4 has introduced. Also, DStv reduced the price of their decoder. Now, Startimes Pay TV announced a ridiculous price slash, which is even cheaper than that of TStv Africa just a couple of hours back.

You are about to read two adjustments made by two leading Pay-tv providers in Nigeria. I mean Startimes Pay Per View vs DStv Active Service Suspension.

Startimes Pay TV has just added a new daily subscription for a token of N60 daily as well as watching over 40 channels at N300 per week. You can get the best of entertainment on StarTimes. The only downside to their services is EPL, La Liga and UCL sports. Who knows, TStv Africa may eventually steal the show as promised.

This was announced earlier today on their official twitter channels and many Nigerians are happy about it. It will take effect from November 1st, 2017. After all, I doubt if you actually watch up to 10 channels per month so why pay for what you don’t watch with the epileptic power supply in your location?
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