SLTV – New Pay TV in Nigeria Set to Challenge DStv, GOtv

Last Thursday marked a significant milestone as the Federal Government unveiled Silver Lake Television (SLTV), a new entrant into the pay TV market, promising Nigerians exceptional value for their money.

Addressing the audience at the launch, George Akume, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, emphasized the alignment of SLTV’s establishment with the aspirations of Nigerians for enhanced opportunities in the economy. He lauded SLTV’s commitment to providing high-quality services at affordable rates, echoing the sentiment that Nigeria offers unparalleled prospects for investors.

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SLTV, operated by Metrodigital Limited, enters the scene with a clear mission to break the monopolistic hold that has hindered the growth of pay TV in Nigeria. Dr. Ifeanyi Nwafor, the managing director, highlighted the government’s dedication to fostering a competitive environment, which resonated with SLTV’s vision.

Describing itself as a premier satellite television company, SLTV aims to cater to diverse audience preferences with a rich mix of 55 channels. From sports to entertainment and news, SLTV promises a comprehensive viewing experience tailored to Nigerian households.

Metro Digital SLTV boasts an extensive array of more than 55 high-definition channels, among which are 10 dedicated to sports broadcasting. These channels feature live football matches from prestigious leagues such as the English Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, Serie A, Europa League, and many more captivating events.

SLTv channel lists


The pricing structure reflects SLTV’s commitment to accessibility, with packages starting at N2,500 for the basic plan and N5,000 for the gold plan. Regardless of the chosen package, customers can expect a plethora of benefits including movies, TV shows, HD & SD channels, premium content, and round-the-clock customer support.

SLTV Pricing model

As SLTV steps into the limelight, it pledges to prioritize customer satisfaction, reaffirming its dedication to delivering premium digital TV content to Nigerian homes. With its customer-centric approach and diverse programming, SLTV aims to carve a niche in the competitive pay TV landscape, offering a compelling alternative for Nigerian viewers.

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6 thoughts on “SLTV – New Pay TV in Nigeria Set to Challenge DStv, GOtv”

  1. SLTV isn’t coming into the market to challenge DSTV AND GOTV. All sports channels broadcasted by SLTV are owned by DSTV and what will become of SLTV if DSTV should take out their channels?

  2. We need this sltv to challenge this dstv,the dstv is too cost honestly, every day they are increased their tariff, every two two months this is too much, but my question is this can they challenge dstv, and give us what we need? If not , they should not start what they can not finish pls.

  3. What we want is pay per view please you people want to kill someone no light ????️ sub is going why that


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