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Nigeria: Is New Entrant PayTV Company "TSTV" Up To Its Billing?

TSTV, the recently launched satellite-based Pay TV company in Nigeria, has been called out of "failing to deliver" what it has promised its customers.

According to a section of the Nigerian industry press, the company - which was initially docked by several challenges such as the inability to launch-to-market as promised and alleged use of pirated content on its platform - may now be heading into a further predicament as the promised subscriber acquisition has, apparently been inadequate.

Responding to the 'negative' press, Mr Bright Echefu, the CEO of TSTV refuted the idea that it is underperforming. He proclaimed that his organisation's services offer good value for money to consumers and its platform contains more than 70 premium channels with an average subscription fee of less than US10 dollars.

TSTV also provide complimentary internet services via WiFi, which of course is not provided by its direct competitors such as DStv and Startimes, says Mr Echefu.


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