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TSTV New Pay-TV company launches on Nigeria's Independence Day anniversary

On buying the total package, subscribers will get a free one month subscription to test and see if they are satisfied with the service.

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TSTV finally launches today October 1, 2017, which marks the 57th anniversary of Nigeria's independence.

TSTV which stands for TELCOMS Satellite Television will be bringing to Nigerian’s screens an array of over 100 channels cutting across movies, sports, music, news and documentary channels among others.

For a list of partner dealers where you can purchase a TSTV package, visit their website at tstvafrica.com

School children are also on the 'train ride' to welcoming TSTV play Even the little ones are getting ready to welcome TSTV. (Facebook/tstv)


TSTV has announced via their Facebook page that they will be airing the launch of their Pay-TV service on the AIT network from 6pm.

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