TSTV, as we all know, is a pay-TV provider that recently launched in Nigeria in October that has been in the news and on social media for so long. TSTV is a short-form for Telecom Satellite Television and provides both internet service and television service.
The distribution of this decoder started of recent and many people and it comes with so many features that are very great and unique that might interest you.
Below are some of the features of TSTV:
1. 20GB free data bundle which you can use for browsing and watch YouTube.
2. Ability to record TV programs for up to 50GB as it happens in the internal hard disk which it comes with.
3. Its internet service has a hotspot with which you can share data to your phone, laptop, etc.
4. You get to pay for the days you watched and not based on the monthly subscription plans used by so many television providers. This feature is provided for through its pause subscription feature.
5. It comes with Bluetooth, 1GB Ethernet, etc.
How much is this TSTV decoder?
TSTV decoders are sold for 5000 Naira only and have so many subscription plans that you can choose. Its subscription plans are very cheap and can be afforded by anyone. It has 200 Naira, 500 Naira, 1000 Naira, 1500 Naira and 3000 naira plans.
If you subscribe to the 3000 naira plan, you will get free 10GB data for the month which is a 4.5G network. This is a sharp deal if you ask me!
Where can I buy TSTV decoders in Enugu?
If you are in Enugu capital city, you can buy TSTV decoders from these accredited dealers:
1. ARICHI GLOBAL SYNERGY LIMITED
Location: No. 45 Imo River, Enugu, Nigeria.
2. CENAM Nig. LTD
Location: No. 11 Ogui Road, Enugu, Nigeria
Email: [email protected]
3. JUPET Global resource LTD
Location: Shop 9 POWA shopping plaza, Uwani, Enugu, Nigeria
Where can I buy TSTV decoder in Nsukka?
If you are in Nsukka, there is a new accredited dealer who just opened an outlet in Nsukka. The company name is:
1. JUPET Global Resources
Location: 86 Enugu Road, Opp. Nsukka Microfinance Bank.
TSTV is really a savior for Nigerians to save us from the harsh and exploit of other television providers. Let us support them and make it happen. This will not only make the competition tough for the television providers but also reduce the price at which we subscribe to them.