TSTV, an indigenous Pay Tv operator easily won the heart of many Nigerians prior to its launch date with mouth watering features like the “Pay per view”, 7-day pause mode and of course cheap subscription which many other Pay Tv operators are not offering to their subscribers.
Saying the fear of TSTV is the beginning of wisdom for Pay Tv services in Nigeria won’t be an understatement, as we have been seeing massive adjustments in most of these Pay Tv operations since the launch of TSTV.
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Recall, there have been some lingering requests by Nigerians on DSTV to adopt Pay Per View option and reduce subscription fees but the South African Pay Tv company had been ignoring these.
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However, sources close to the Multichoice company recently told our correspondent that the company is in its final stage of adopting a 2-weeks pause mode feature. Until then, let’s hope this wins the heart of Nigerians.
GOtv, a DTT (digital terrestrial television) and one of MultiChoice SA’s brand which delivers contents via network towers rather than by satellite, in a bid not to be relegated, recently reduced the price of their decoder and also introduced GOTV MAX a package which allows subscribers watch complete live La Liga matches on Super Sport Select 4 “SS Select 4”.
Startimes also understanding these competitive games played by these other Pay TV operators, just introduced new subscription options i.e Pay Per Day, Pay Per Week and the usual monthly plan.
The Pay per day plan goes for as little as #60 while it’s #300 for the PPW plan.
This new development was posted today 20th of October 2017 on their official Twitter handle and it’s due to be effective as from November 1st 2017.
The Pay per day is a daily subscription which gives 24 hours access for #60 after which it expires till a new subscription is made.
The PPW (pay per week) goes for #300 and give access to for just one week till new subscription is made but this obviously seems to go down well with Nigerian as comments made on the update justifies the claim.
Although, Startimes give you access to over 40 channels, but then, it is yet to get the rights to air live Premier League, La Liga and Champions League matches but you would always enjoy Italian League, French League 1, German Bundesliga and the Chinese League on Startimes.