6 December 2017

Nigeria: Startimes Broadcast in Maiduguri, Offers Discounted Decoder, Antenna

Pay TV Company, StarTimes Nigeria said it is extending its operations to Maiduguri, the Borno State capital with discounted decoders and antenna.

In a statement signed by its Brand and Marketing Director, Qasim Elegbede, said, "the expansion drive marks a significant milestone for the growth of our business and Maiduguri is an important market for us as we expand our offering across the globe."

The statement read in part, "at StarTimes, we pride ourselves on having selected a strong general entertainment and sports program line-up which has engaging content for viewers of all ages including kids, young adults, men and women, alike. StarTimes promises great entertainment for the whole family and we are gradually delivering on our promise to deliver affordable quality entertainment to every Nigerian home."

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