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TSTV demystifies DSTV with quality for viewers

*Takes centre stage on 1st October

*Offer Pay-As-Go Subscription

South African company, DSTV, which has cheated Nigerians because of their monopoly is now in trouble. Just like MTN will not give Nigerians per second billing when GSM came. An indigenous Nigerian company, TELCOM Satellites TV (TSTV), is the latest in town, with much more improved, viewer-friendly money-for-service value forcing the South Africans to adopt the Pay-As-Go subscription.

For years, the South Africans had ripped Nigerians with the unfriendly quality of services because their viewers had no option. With the loud entry of the new and Nigerian company, the DSTV came up with new terms struggling to retain their clientele.

“No wonder DSTV came up with a pay as you go idea just three or four days ago which haven’t been implemented anyway. They are seriously in trouble because the indigenous Nigerian company is about the blow their business away.”

TSTV are set to launch on 1st October, 2017 which is incidentally the day Nigeria is celebrating her political Independence.

Superior Nigerian company: Unlike DSTV that is a purely satellite TV provider, TSTV is HBB technology that combines both satellite and internet service for TV services.

Also TSTV services will be mainly on Pay As You Go basis, thereby offering subscribers loads of their favourite TV channels at cheapest rate and which by the time it launches, it will be creating serious competition between them and DSTV.
They have lots of entertaining and amazing channels and also News channels plus they are going to be showing top soccer leagues like EPL, La liga and Champions league. Their sports channels is just outstanding and better than the old existing rivals.

Friendly to you pocket, not a hole like DSTV: In addition, it even supports iptv. It is worthy to note that the subscription charges are truly at give-away price when compared with DSTV, for the TSTV decoder set will be going for N5000, while maximum subscription is N3,000 monthly, with N1500, N1000, N500 and even N200 offers available.

TELCOM Satellites TV (TSTV)...sports dish, so sweet and Nigerian
TELCOM Satellites TV…sports dish, so sweet and Nigerian

The full channel list below:
TSTV SPORTS CHANNELS
Star Sports
Fox Sports
Euro Sports News
Euro Sports 2
Kwese Sports 1
Kwese Free
Kwese ESPN
bein Sports MAX 4HD
bein Sports 3HD
bein Sports Global
bein Sports MAX (bein Sports 1-10)
TS Sports 4 HD
TS Sports 2
TS Sports 3
Yolo Sports HD

TELCOM Satellites TV (TSTV)...so Nigerian
TELCOM Satellites TV…so Nigerian

TSTV MUSIC CHANNELS
Trace Urban/Africa
HITS TV
MTV Base
TLC (HD)

TSTV NEWS CHANNEL
BBC America
CNBC
Aljazeera
BBC Radio 2
TVC News
Sky News
Arewa24
AIT
Core TV News
France 24 (English)
CCTV News
Channels TV
Bloomberg Television
DW
Fox News
TRT World
Press TV
NTA
Arise News
TV360 Nigeria

TSTV KIDDIES CHANNELS
Nickelodeon
CN Carton Network
Disney Channel
Boing
JimJam
Baby TV
TS Junior Kids HD
Fix Fox
Panda Biggs

TSTV MOVIE CHANNELS

TELCOM Satellites TV (TSTV)...ogbonge
TELCOM Satellites TV…ogbonge

Star Movies
MBC Action
MBC 2
Star Movies
African Movie Channel Series (African Magic)
Liberty TV
MBC
Wazobia TV
WAP TV
Viasat Life
Fine Living
FOX
FOX Life
Investigation Discovery
MBC 4
MBox HD
PCTV
Star Gold HD
Nollywood TV
Z Cinema
E Entertainment
BEN Bridging The Gap
BET
TS Novella
TS Movies HD
TS Series

TSTV SCIENCE CHANNELS
Discovery Channel
Nat Geo Gold
AD
National Geographic
Discovery Health TV

TSTV FASHION CHANNELS
Fasion One
AHTV

TSTV RELIGION CHANNELS
Dove Television
Emmanuel TV
Sunna TV
Mountain Of Fire And Miracles Ministries
EWTN – Global Catholic
TBN Network

TSTV AFRICA CHANNELS
Riwa Ndu TV
TS Hausa
TS Igbo
TS Yoruba
TS Sports 1 HD

With the latest entrant causing a Tsunamic entry, there is certainly going to be a massive disorientation with the less quality services with DSTV for the bigger-for-money value of the TSTV. The massive switch out is also occasioned by the withdrawal of DSTV from covering the Nigerian Premier Football League (NPFL) while her sister company, MTN Nigeria pulled out of popular quiz programme, Who Wants to be a millionaire?

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