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Oct 20, 2017

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Startimes Introduces Pay Per Day Weekly and Monthly Subscription Plans





After many years, Startimes has finally decided to launch Pay per Day option in their list of bouquets. I don't really know why this was coming so late from them, or is it because of the launch of TStv Pay TV?

The launch of TStv came as a big competition amongst these satellite TV providers in Nigeria, which DStv, Gotv including Startimes are trying so hard to retain their customers by adding more channels and bouquet plans.

Startimes, after so many years have officially announced their own "Pay per view" option. These plans will interest every Nigerians using the satellite TV (including me).

StarTimes introduced a daily subscription for a token of N60 daily as well as  watch over 40 channels at N300 per week. You can get the best of entertainment on StarTimes if you are not a subscriber yet.

This announcement was officially made on their social media account, Twitter precisely. According to the company, the new bouquet plans will take effect from November 1st 2017.

From the onset, the reason why people are not so much in love with Startimes is the absence of some channels like EPL, La liga and UCL sports.

Anyway, TStv is here promising all these channels and more exciting features. Let's just chill and wait for the commercial sales of TStv decoder to begin, come November 1st 2017.

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  1. Tstv has caused gobe,see competition

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    1. Lol... Na Wetin we want self

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  2. This is nice coming from startimes

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  3. Wetin concern Mathias

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  4. Competition has started, oh we love this.

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  5. nice development from them but I think they are also looking for customers.

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  6. Korion21/10/17

    Good to see the monopoly breaking up. Waiting for the main bully

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  7. Kudos to them i think they should continue like this

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  8. Nice one they will soon reduce it to 50naira Nice one tstv commenting from NAIJASCHOOLGIST

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  9. Lovely. Pay per day. Nice. Also don't forget to add the pause option o.

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  10. Chai..
    See imitation.
    Let's just wait for all.

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  11. Stop Deceiving us Jare with your conditions pay per day

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