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StarTimes revamps Basic Bouquet with additional channels

By Laju Iren

DIGITAL TV platform, StarTimes Nigeria, has upgraded and revamped its Pay TV package called “Basic bouquet” with more exciting channels and viewing options at no extra costs to viewers.

Head of Public Relations at StarTimes, Mr. Israel Bolaji said that the package which costs N1,200 per month, is offering a smart option for viewers to pay less and enjoy more entertainment moments on TV as part of strategic plans to further encourage affordable viewing and with maximum pleasure for subscribers.

He remarked that, “StarTimes as a mass-friendly brand is buoyed by its avowed commitment to deepen digital TV penetration with sustain affordable viewing and maximum entertainment despite the current harsh economic situation. We understand that TV entertainment helps people to relax and sooth nerves in a difficult period.

We are bolstering our Basic Bouquet to include more exciting channels like FoxLife, CNBC, NatGeo Wild, Emmanuel TV, Jyb TV, Bollywood Africa with seven language and audio options and others. This is to furtherincrease content options and energize enjoyable viewers experience.

The revamped Basic Bouquet now has the best of everything including access to sports, kiddies, movies, series, religion, music, news and documentary channels like never. Subscribers now have unhindered access to all StarTimes sports channels like ST World Football (channel 254 or 245), ST Sports premium (channel 252 or 242), ST Sports Life (channel 253 or 243) and ST Sports Arena (channel 251 or 241) on the bouquet. With this, they can enjoy all LIVE Bundesliga, Serie A, CSL and Ligue One football actions, boxing, wrestling, martial artsand other sports on StarTimes. “

Per the spokesperson, “With Basic bouquet, subscribers can watch both local and international news channels like BBC, Aljazeera and CNBC, a leading best business news channel in Africa. For kiddies, Nickelodeon, Jim-Jam, Da Vinci learning, Jyb TV and Child Smile make excellent viewing pleasure.






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