StarTimes Unveils Xmas Package For Customers

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One of the fastest growing pay-tv companies in Nigeria, NTA-StarTV Network popularly called StarTimes is offering its subscribers and prospective customers the best Santa Claus gifts this Christmas season with a bumper promo called “StarTimes Merry Saver Promo”

The promo which officially began on 5 November, will run till 31 January, and will allow new subscribers to walk into any StarTimes business outlet and buy a StarTimes decoder for N2, 900 and instantly recharge one month of any bouquet of choice.

Monthly subscription for Basic bouquet is N1,000; Classic bouquet is N2, 000 while unique bouquet cost N4,000 monthly.

Existing subscribers will only need to recharge their decoder with N3,000 for any bouquet and instantly get rewarded with N1,000 worth of subscription within the promo period.

Speaking at a press briefing to formally announce the promo, the Marketing Director NTA-Star TV Network Limited, Mr. Eric Liu disclosed that “StarTimes Merry Saver Promo” is to give back to the society that has supported the company in the past years that the organisation has been in Nigeria.

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“The slash in price of our decoder for this Christmas period is a way of showing appreciation to our customers and giving opportunity to people yearning for our decoder to acquire one” he said.

Eric disclosed that Startimes digital TV will stun its subscribers in this Yuletide with increased channels of sport, music, movies, news, kids and teens entertainments coupled with local programmes that people can relate with, like Papa Ajasco, Super Story and other local dramas from the stable of Wap Tv, E.stars, Orisun, Amc etc.

“We are celebrating the Christmas season with our loyal and esteemed customers by slashing our price which means that you can walk into any of our outlet and get a decoder for as low as N2,900.

“It is important to inform our dear subscribers that this “Merry Saver Promo” is only available at the existing StarTimes operating states.

—Henry Ojelu