ABS Satallites is set to launch a new Nigerian Pay TV operator on 1st of October, 2017.
ABS Satellites of Asian origin in conjunction with Telcom Satellites (TSTV) is ready to start a major Direct-To-Home (DTH) broadcast service in Nigeria. The service which is expected to deliver not less than one hundred channels for a start has some major mouth-watering functions for Nigerians.
Based on words from the Chief Executive Officer cum Managing Director of TSTV, Bright Echefu, the introduction of HD and SD video in addition to internet surfing is to provide an excellent video experience for Nigerians. All the great features would be delivered at an affordable price for Nigerian viewers.
“Our services will enable the viewers to experience HD and SD video and internet surfing at the same time. We are the first indigenous local operator in the region to launch such a premium platform with a variety of services to Nigerians, who have been so far paying exorbitant prices to foreign operators”, he said.
As TSTV is set to start operations by next month, other television operators like DSTV , GOtv amongst others might be drawn into a battle of survival for the strongest due to the more flexible nature of TSTV.
Apart from providing Nigerians with more ridiculously affordable services, the decoder has a hot-spot of 20Gb and video call conferencing with a camera. It also comes with a 50Gb hard disc to record TV programs and a pause/play function. To further blow Nigerians minds, it has a pay-as-you-use function which allows one to pause subscription especially when not in use.
That sure sounds like a great service to look forward to. 😊