Bright Echefu – Tstv Nigeria recently unveiled its N2 per day subscription plan for its packages. According to the company, the plan is designed to make direct to home Tv service affordable to Nigerians. The plan was announced on Wednesday during a press tour of the company’s facilities in Abuja.
After the plan was revealed, Mr. Bright Echefu, the company CEO who unveiled the plan, also said that TStv does not believe citizens should pay for channels they do not watch. According to him;
TStv CEO Says Nigerians Shouldn’t Pay for Channels They Don’t Watch
The pay per view TV service which signal can be received in about 50 countries in Africa and available in all the states in Nigeria, also has the option for subscribers to pause their subscription when they are not making use of it.
In other news, MultiChoice has revealed that the Pay-As-You-Go subscription option introduced by TStv is impossible and that the company has no plan of implementing it on its DStv and GOtv packages. According to the firm, the process is expensive, and that the billing model has no empirical practice anywhere.
Speaking Mr. Martin Mabutho, MultiChoice CCO explained that it is not a question of wanting to implement it, but also its workability. The subscription model is contractually cumbersome and can’t work anywhere in the world.
TStv Nigeria has about 120 TV channels on its bouquet and these can be accessed with either N1 or N2 daily subscription. Currently, some of these channels are free to air so you can try to enjoy them, while they last.