StarTimes cuts prices for new subscribers
African pay TV operator StarTimes has reduced its decoder and antenna prices for new subscribers who sign up before March 31.
The prices have been cut from N10,500 (US$29) to N7,500 for its DTT antenna and from N9,500 to N6,500 for its SD decoder. The HD decoder is now N7,500, and the HD decoder and antenna together cost N8,900.
“StarTimes is the top destination for news coverage during this season. We now have a lot more news channels. We recently added PlusTV Africa to our news channels, while the existing ones, such as TVC, Channels and NTA News 24, remain,” said the company.
“We place great priority on the quality of our content as we continue to evolve, adding more local channels that our subscribers have found engaging and all-round entertaining and irresistible over time.”
Chinese-owned StarTimes has a strong presence in Africa, offering digital terrestrial television and satellite TV services. It also owns a featured content platform, with 440 authorised channels.
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