StarTimes maintains pay as you go policy, reviews subscription price
StarTimes has refreshed its content offerings, bringing more sought-after content to its subscribers at the most affordable rate in the market with a new pay-as-you-go policy for all bouquets. The pay-TV platform is also introducing a new blockbuster Hollywood movie channel and two premium sports rights. Speaking at a virtual press conference, StarTimes marketing manager…
Pay TV platform excites movie fans with new drama series
Leading TV entertainment provider, StarTimes, has introduced fresh drama series to excite its subscribers with the best TV viewing moments in the month of June.
StarTimes gifts subscribers one month free view
Startimes Nigeria has announced a one month ‘free to view’ service for 4 local television stations on its platform for active and non-active subscribers.
Telco partners Views Channel for youth oriented contents
Few weeks after the first anniversary of Views Channel, a youth-oriented channel on StarTimes platform, Maxima Media Group has announced a partnership with Airtel Nigeria to produce premium...
StarTimes promises live broadcast of 2019 International Champions Cup
Nigerian football lovers will have the opportunity of following events at the 2019 International Champions Cup, which begins today, through digital television company, StarTimes’s channels.
Funfest as Bundesliga Legends Tour ends in Lagos
It was a festival of football, comedy and music over the weekend when StarTimes and Bundesliga International feted their fans and customers at the Fun Factory in Lagos. The event marked the end of the three-day Bundesliga Legends Tour, in which former Super Eagles captain, Austin Jay-Jay Okocha, a former Bundesliga star, thrilled the fans…
StarTimes launches the next generation of TV
Pay Television operator, StarTimes has unveiled its latest product, the newest generation of TV set. Called StarTimes Smart TV, it is available in two sizes...
China launches access satellite TV project for 10,000 villages in Africa
The Chinese government has launched an access to satellite TV project for 10,000 villages aimed at providing digital TV access to rural communities across Africa.About 1,000 villages in Nigeria will benefit from the project.