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Healthy Competition: StarTimes introduced new plans
This is the reason I cherish solid rivalry and regardless of the possibility that TSTV neglect to satisfy their promises, at least without precedent for Nigeria, the rise of Pay Per view alternative truly shook the digestive system of MultiChoice: proprietor of DStv and GOtv. That is the reason they have been endeavouring hard to ensure that the promises of November 1st turn into a bad dream. 

Lamentably for DSTV, Startimes has announced Pay Per View choice for Nigerians; StarTimes presented a day subscription for a token of N60 every day and another to more than 40 channels at N300 every week. You can get the best of entertainment on StarTimes. 
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This was reported earlier today on their official twitter channels and numerous Nigerians are upbeat about it. It will take effect from November 1st, 2017. After all, I question on the off chance that you really watch up to 10 channels for each month so why pay for what you don't watch with the epileptic power supply in your area? 

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The main drawback to their plan is EPL, La Liga and UCL sports. That is the reason we are energetically sitting tight for TStv Africa nationwide dispatch come November 1st, 2017. Ideally, we won't be frustrated. 
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