Digital TV Company, StarTimes has stepped up its innovation profile with the launch of a first-of-its-kind 2-in-1 combo decoder in Nigeria.
The new high-tech product, the first in Africa, is equipped with world’s latest decoder technology to combine effectively features of both digital terrestrial (DTT) and digital satellite (DTH) digital television technologies on a single decoder.
Marketing Director, StarTimes Nigeria, Mr Oludare Kafar while unveiling the new decoder in Lagos, said, “The 2-in-1 combo decoder is a game-changing product from StarTimes and it was deliberately designed with latest global technology to lavish subscribers with unprecedented access to digital television and entertainment.
“Interestingly, this new combo decoder works with both antenna and dish and offers all channels from both for the price of one. It also grants our esteemed customers access to over 100 channels across the genres with an enhanced high-definition (HD) picture quality.”
Head of Public Relations, Mr. Israel Bolaji said StarTimes is excited and committed to “deploying world’s latest technology to offer multiple access to subscribers to enjoy both digital terrestrial and digital satellite television channels and entertainment offerings on the same decoder and grant ease of access to switch between the options conveniently because our customers deserve utmost comfort and convenience.
“This is the next level globally and the new decoder is expected to replace the traditional single decoder model. We grant the best for less!”
As a digital TV company, StarTimes is passionate about the digital TV revolution. Nigerians will continue to enjoy the best of digital television entertainment and experience; with a plethora of enjoyable programs in higher definition (HD) images at very pocket-friendly bouquet rates.
On StarTimes, Nigerians can enjoy fantastic movie channels like ST Yoruba, Irokoworld, Iroko play, AMC Movies, ST Zone, Orisun, and Bollywood channels like Star Plus and Zee Cinema.
Music channels like ST Music, Nigezie and MTV Base; documentary channels like IDX, Nat Geo Gold and Discovery Science; news channels - Al Jazeera and Bloomberg; ST Novela, Wazobia, Fox; Jim Jam, Nickelodeon, Baby TV, Fine Living and many more.
This is a feature by StarTimes.