By Modupe Gbadeyanka
One of the major pay TV providers in Nigeria, StarTimes, has announced the introduction of daily and week subscriptions in addition to the already monthly subscription.
Announcing this on Thursday, October 19, 2017 via its Twitter handle, the firm said subscribers can now pay for what they view at a very cheap rate.
“NIGERIA: What if we told you that you can now pay per day, per week & per month?
“Nigeria: It gets better. You can now watch as much as 30 Channels with N60 ONLY.
“Nigeria: Entertainment just got subsidized. Enjoy over 40 TV channels with just N300 a week!
“Nigeria: Now you can pay only for the day bae is visiting. Enjoy all StarTimes channels for only N60 per day #StarTimesPaybyday
“Nigeria: IT’S OFFICIAL. You can enjoy #StarTimesPaybyday #PayPerView #Payasyouwatch From November 1st.
“Nigeria: Enjoy unlimited access to quality entertainment on StarTimes. Now you can #Payperday #payperview #payasyouwatch #StarTimesPay
“Nigeria: Entertainment just got subsidized with #StarTimesPaybyday,” the pay TV company stated in a series of tweets.
Earlier today, a new kid on the block, Kwese TV, announced commencement of its operations in Nigeria, giving subscribers the option of 3-day, weekly and monthly subscriptions.
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