By Emma Okonji

StarTimes Nigeria has announced a slash in the price of its highest bouquet known as Unique (on digital terrestrial) and Super (on digital satellite platform) to enable more Nigerians enjoy digital TV entertainment with family and friends, during the Easter holidays.

According to StatTimes, between March 1 and April 30, 2016, Unique or Super bouquet, the highest Pay TV package on StarTimes with about 120 channels at the monthly subscription rate of N4,800 will be reduced by 25 per cent to N3,600.

Both existing and fresh subscribers can enjoy the reduced rate during the period.

Meanwhile, the pay TV company’s ongoing ‘Extra Special Offer’ will also run till April 30. The “Extra Special Offer” allows existing subscribers recharge on any bouquet before due date and get rewarded with extra viewing days free in multiples of the number of months paid. With this, subscribers will enjoy 3 days (72 hours) extra free viewing per month for every recharge before due date cumulatively.
Marketing Director, StarTimes. Mr. Oludare Kafar, said the company is committed to offering subscribers quality television entertainment with strong considerations for affordability and easy accessibility.

“We are offering subscribers a 25 per cent reduction on the Unique or Super bouquet to enable more subscribers access our highest bouquet and get maximum entertainment for less during the Easter period,” Kafar said.

Kafar added that StarTimes is committed to offering subscribers the best in class of digital entertainment for maximum viewing pleasure on a very affordable platform. Digital TV should be exciting and within the reach of the people. For us, it can be great and yet affordable. We are making efforts to keep spreading digital TV across the nation for the enjoyment of every man and woman whether in the urban or the rural; that’s our driving force at StarTimes.

We will continue to engage our subscribers for great moments of exciting entertainment with our array of over 100 great channels consisting of movies, series, sports, news, children’s programs, fashion and religion,” Kafar added.

StarTimes is one of 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. The company provides a robust signal transmission service for public and private broadcasters that offers consumers outstanding pay-TV programmes, mobile multimedia and wireless internet connectivity.