This PayTV Provider Prepares for a Relaunch – Plans To Chase DStv out of Nigeria

In such a time like where every Nigerians are getting tired of using MultiChoice DStv, TStv decided to make a comeback, to take over what belongs to them after 51 months of serious physical and spiritual battle from powers that be.

You’ll recall earlier in June, it was reported that they bankrupted and chased out of their Building at Plot 1191 Gilmor Layout, Jahi, Abuja; well, they’ve secured another location in Kuje and are ready for business.

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TStv took to their social media handle, to announce their comeback/relaunch worldwide and it appears what they promised you back in 2018 has not changed.

TStv wishes to thank Nigerians for their patience and understanding over the past months. We apologize once again for all inconvenience and appreciate the steadfastness of all those who have stood by us.

We are now pleased to announce that TStv is preparing for a relaunch nationwide and as part of activities leading to the relaunch, TStv will begin test broadcast services from the 10th of September, 2020.

From tomorrow and through the next three weeks, anyone who has decoders (including ours) can track the parameters below to join our broadcasts:

Satellite name: BERLINTERSAT (51.5 degrees East)

Frequency: 11130

Polarity: VERTICAL

Symbol Rate: 30,000

Satellite name: BERLINTERSAT (51.5 degrees East)

Frequency: 10970

Polarity: HORIZONTAL

Symbol Rate: 30,000

Satellite name: BERLINTERSAT (51.5 degrees East)

Frequency: 11050

Polarity: VERTICAL

Symbol Rate: 30,000

Satellite name: BERLINTERSAT (51.5 degrees East)

Frequency: 11130

Polarity: HORIZONTAL

Symbol Rate: 30,000

The sale of TStv decoders will soon commence, and the full channels list will be available, encrypted and you will only be able to view the channels with the new TStv decoders, going on sale in a few weeks across Nigeria.

We have more exciting announcements to make in the coming hours, days, and weeks ahead so do stay tuned to this page!

Finally, they announced that they’ve acquired the rights to the English Football League and for the duration of the league games.

We’ll keep you updated on this.

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7 thoughts on “This PayTV Provider Prepares for a Relaunch – Plans To Chase DStv out of Nigeria”

  1. its seems they only like to sale decoder and hide.
    I dont think they have the capacity to push out DSTV out of Nigeria
    they will only try to compete, with approval of DSTV.
    Oh maybe because DSTV increased price, so they believe they can make a little
    profit from that.

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  2. The one thing I appreciate about this company is their resilience, they are not going to do any different I am sad to speculate, but that they refuse to back down and be defeated is really admirable

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