18 December 2012

Nigeria: Star Times Starts Broadcast of DVBT2 in Jos

In other to actualize its mission of quality, affordable digital entertainment in Jos and its environs, Star Times has commence broadcasting of its latest Digital video Broadcasting Terrestrial 2 (DVBT2), which is an advanced stage of the DVBT1 decoder used, in places like ,the FCT, Kaduna, Lagos, Kano.

The General Manager of StarTimes in Jos, Mr Shuaibu Haruna, who briefed Journalist on the brand's arrival in Jos, said that the DVBT2, though N3000 higher in price than the DVBT1, and has a higher transmission capacity, that can accommodate more channels and is compliant to the DBVT1 states.

Haruna explained that "StarTimes DVBT2 subscribers will enjoy the arrival of new channels coming on board as the decoder can contain as much as over seventy channels."

He said as part of StarTimes mission to ensure that every family in the country enjoys affordable digital entertainment. He further said that the company is working towards introducing N200 and N300 recharge cards for the decoder.

The general manager further noted that StarTimes has stunned the pay tv industry with the introduction DVBT 2 decoder in multiplying its viewers choice adding that in view of the digital transition by 2015 StarTimes is ensuring its loyal subscribers and prospects are not left out of technological digital advancement and are given the best digital service that is affordable.

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