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Thursday, February 19, 2015

Startimes unveils Nova Bouquet



StarTimes, has unveiled Nova bouquet as part of strategy to help Nigerians migrate to digital television before the middle of 2015 when the government intends to draw the curtain, ITRealms reports.

The Nova bouquet, ITRealms also reports, has gone live nationwide and is the fourth bouquet available on StarTimes, specially designed for the entry level customers.

Sources at StarTimes confirmed to ITRealms that its introduction was aimed at further facilitating a smooth and convenient transition from analogue to digital broadcasting by creating the most affordable bouquet that anyone can afford.

“This is really to make it easier and comfortable for more Nigerians to get access and enjoy digital television without stress or missing their favorite television programs when the analogue TV gets switched off later in 2015,” said Israel Bolaji, the public relations manager confirmed to ITRealms.

The Nova bouquet, he said, will be retailing at just N500 per month giving more new subscribers access to a digital television experience with over 15 channels; 8 international channels, including Star Kungfu, Star Music, Star Dadin Kowa (Hausa channel), E-Stars (Nollywood), Child Smile, CCTV-News, TBN, IQRAA and about 7 local channels, including NTA news 24, NTA sports, AIT, Channels TV, Silverbird, NTA Local, other state TV stations and other analogue TV stations like TVC, MiTV, Super Screen and Galaxy.

He also said NTA Star-TV Network, the new digital TV bouquet was designed to offer new subscribers an affordable bundle that makes switching over to digital TV more convenient, promote refreshing television experience and create values that will further deepen digital television penetration in Nigeria. 

+Remmy Nweke (ITRealms)

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