Digital TV Company, StarTimes Nigeria, has revamped one of its four bouquets on its Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) platform, Nova Bouquet, to include three more channels.
The additional channel is a strategic move to further improve its rich entertainment to budget-conscious subscribers and offer them better value for their money.
Marketing Director, StarTimes Nigeria, Oludare Kafar, said the new offering which would give StarTimes subscribers on Nova Bouquet access to watch and enjoy three more channels, namely Wazobia TV, Wap TV and Liberty TV, further reiterates the company’s commitment to provide Nigerians with quality entertainment they can afford.
“Nova bouquet is designed as the most affordable Digital TV bouquet which gives access to value for money customers to enable seamless connection to digital TV and enjoy exciting entertainment at a very affordable rate which suits their lifestyle. We have refreshed the bouquet to include three more channels, including Wazobia TV, Wap TV and Liberty TV and further opened access to more entertainment, drama, talk show, music and lifestyle shows,” he said.
Kafar added that the bouquet now comes with over 30 channels, including popular channels like Orisun, NTA Sports 24, ST Dadin Kowa, ST Zone, Emmanuel TV, ST Sports Focus and ST Music, with monthly subscription reviewed to N800. Subscribers to the bouquet, he said, will enjoy a wide selection of movies, sports, news, music, lifestyle shows and series both local and international.
He further announced that for parents who are always seeking decent and inspiring entertainment for kids as they proceed on vacation, StarTimes would offer wide range of kids channels with wholesome entertainment like Nickelodeon, Jim Jam, Baby TV, Jyb TV, PoP, Da Vinci Learning and many more on its very affordable bouquets.
StarTimes is the leading digital-TV operator in Africa, covering 80 per cent of the continent’s population with a massive distribution network of 200 brand halls, 3,000 convenience stores and 5,000 distributors. StarTimes owns a featured content platform, with 440 authorised channels consisting of news, movies, series, sports, entertainment, children’s programmes, fashion and religion, among others.