StarTimes have announced an early commencement of its 2017 Christmas promotion, in a bid to entice new and existing subscribers across the country beginning on November 16 till January 31, 2018.
Christmas Promo: StarTimes offers 50% discount on subscription

Speaking on this development, the company said its Christmas promotion was starting earlier this year, to give its esteemed subscribers the chance to enjoy their favourite channels for an extended period and also allow new subscribers get the best from its service offerings.
According to Brand and Marketing Director, StarTimes Nigeria, Qasim Elegbede:

Subscribers who renew their subscription for at least one month automatically gets 50% discount on their 2nd month subscription. We are entering into the festive season with lots of promotions in store for our subscribers.

I believe this will allow our subscribers watch all of their favourite programmes already lined up for the Christmas and new year season without any form of interruption.

StarTimes has in the last one month upgraded its channel list on the Digital Terrestrial platform, allowing customers who use the antenna watch as much as 80 exciting channels cutting across Movies, News, Sports, Series, Kiddies, Animal Documentary, Religious Channels and lots more.

As at today, there are more than 80 fantastic channels where we show Bollywood movies, series and Telenovelas 24hours a day.

“It gets better, we will be broadcasting the FIFA 2017 Club World Cup live and exclusively on StarTimes. Subscribers should watch out for more offers to come during this period, he concluded.

Recently, StarTimes announced it will deliver quality, yet affordable digital entertainment to every Nigerian home while stressing its commitment to entertainment for all.
StarTimes is the leading digital-TV operator in Africa, covering 80% of the continents population with a massive distribution network of over 200 brand halls, 3,000 convenience stores and 5,000 distributors. It owns a featured content platform, with 440 authorized channels.
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