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TSTV To Employ 5000, Distribute 5000 Free Decoders At October 1st Launch




Nigerian digital satellite TV service provider , TSTV has announed that it will distribute  5000 free decoders and no fewer than 5000 persons will be employed as it launch service October 1st in the country.

The management of the company lead by its Managing Director/CEO, Echefu Bright Ikechukwu said this in Abuja Thursday. “Our license has been issued by NBC and we are set for October 1st and will be giving out 5000 Free decoders on that day.”

TSTV is an indigenous digital satellite TV service, airing over 96 channels.  TSTV said its 1st October launch shall commence with a Green carpet before the official broadcast begins at 5:30pm at Sheraton hotel with so many packages to fly with, amongst which is the 5000 free decoders to be given on the day.

Prior to the launching, TSTV digital center and facility tour takes place alongside the building commissioning on Saturday, 30th September, 2017.

TSTV boasts of special features such as 20GB complimentary, PVR function, Pause function, Video call, WiFi and 24 hours customer services online. Indeed the time to back the campaign of “buy Naija to grow Naira ” with action is here as TSTV is purely Nigerian, by Nigerians and for Nigerians.


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