StarTimes Introduce Pay Per Day, Weekly and Monthly Subscription Plans

This is why I love healthy competition and even if TSTV fail
to fulfill their promises, atleast for the first time in Nigeria, the emergence
of Pay per view option really shook the intestine of MultiChoice, owner of
DSTV; that is why they have been striving hard to make sure that the promises
of November 1st becomes a nightmare.

Unfortunately for DSTV, Startimes Pay TV has announced Pay
per view option  for Nigerians; 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
Startimes pay per view, pay per day
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 upto 10 channels per month so why pay for what you don’t watch
with the epileptic power supply in your location?
startimes pay per day
The only downside to their services is EPL, La liga and UCL
sports. That is why we are eagerly waiting for tstvafrica global launch come
November 1st 2017. Hopefully, we won’t be disappointed.
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26 thoughts on “StarTimes Introduce Pay Per Day, Weekly and Monthly Subscription Plans”

    • Ah bro, startimes tried in terms of sports o. You get to watch ALL German Bundesliga games, ALL Italian Serie A games and the matches of only the big boys in France Ligue 1 every blessed weekend. And when I say ALL, I sincerely mean ALL. They tried sha, they know their target market.


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