This Day (Lagos)

14 December 2012

Nigeria: 'Star Times' Set to Partner On Pay TV

As Nigeria prepares to transit to digital broadcasting in 2015, Chinese owned StarTimes has expressed its readiness to partner with all Nigerians both in the city and villages to actualise the dream.

StarTimes has also promised to ensure that its loyal subscribers are not left out of technological digital advancement and given the best digital service affordable in line with its mission of actualizing quality, enjoyable and affordable digital entertainment.

The General Manager of the Company in Plateau State, Mr. Shuaibu Omale, who disclosed this Friday, while briefing Journalists in Jos, added that the company has stunned the Pay Tv industry with the introduction Digital Video Broadcasting-Second Generation Terrestial (DVBT 2 ) decoder which he said is an advanced DVBT 1 which the company started its operation with.

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