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StarTimes announces reduced subscription as Arsenal, others return to battle

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Just as club faithful are waiting to see their teams qualify for the next phase of the Europa League, StarTimes has given football lovers more to enjoy while paying less for its premium sports channel, World Football.

According to the satellite television outfit, World Football channel is now on Basic Bouquet for N1700 monthly on DTT (antenna users) and on Smart Bouquet for N2200 monthly for DTH (dish) users.

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The World Football channel broadcasts premium sports content including Europa League, The Emirates FA Cup, Copa del Rey, Coppa Italia and Bundesliga, among others.

Today, AC Milan will welcome Manchester United for a Europa League round of 16 return leg tie, while Arsenal will face Olympiacos, and Tottenham play away to Dinamo Zagreb.

Three days later, Manchester United will square up against Leicester in the Emirates FA Cup’s quarterfinal. Man City will seek to maintain their winning streaks as they are away to Everton on Saturday. Bournemouth seek glory against Southampton while Chelsea will face Sheffield United. All matches are live on StarTimes’ World Football channel.

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Speaking on the new development, PR Manager, StarTimes Nigeria, Lazarus Ibeabuchi, said the initiative fits in with the company’s strategy, which focuses on making premium pay-TV content available to every home.

He said the company “recognises the impact of COVID-19 on family finances and the disruption of socio-economic life. Likewise, live sports were paused and when they resumed, spectators were restricted.

“As the best part of Europa League and other sports events gear-up, we have lowered World Football channel to Basic/Smart Bouquet to make everyone relax in the corridors of premium entertainment.”

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