In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 30th, September, 2020

Nigerians Can Pay N2 Per Day For A Channel

Nigerians Can Pay N2 Per Day For A Channel

TSTV

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The Chief Govt Officer of Telecomm Satellite tv for pc TV (TStv), Brilliant Echefu has promised Nigerians change as his organisation put issues in place to develop into the primary to implement the pay-per-view mannequin in Nigeria.

 

This was disclosed by the Chief Govt Officer whereas addressing newsmen in Abuja on Tuesday.

 

Echefu stated TStv has over 100 channels that shall be made accessible for as little as N2 per day and as excessive as N5 for a channel.

 

“We’re going to be the primary to implement pay-per-view. What TSTV has performed is, mean you can create your individual bouquet and you’ve got channels which can be as little as N2 per day,” he stated.

 

“You probably have a N50 voucher, you might be truly watching TV and saving your cash.”

In accordance with Echefu, no different organisation has as a lot excessive definition (HD) channels as they do.

 

“No person has as a lot HD channels as we do. We’re rolling out with about 108 channels. We’re going to be the primary in sub-Saharan Africa to implement H.265,” the CEO stated.

“TStv has invested loads in buying rights. Most channels are as little as N5 per day. As a present to Nigerians, we’re releasing one in every of our sports activities channels free for a 12 months.”

He stated La Liga can be free however viewers must pay to view different soccer leagues, including that about 18 states can be activated as soon as they roll out their providers on October 1.

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Recall that the corporate had initially launched on November 1, 2017 however encountered challenges and couldn’t present providers to clients.

 

It’s now set for a relaunch in Oct. 1.

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