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Recall that earlier last month, the new Digital satellite
and PayTv operator in Nigeria, Telecoms Satellite Television (TStv) oblique the
public about its intents to give out free
5000 promo decoders ahead of official commencement of sales
. Yes, TStv has
kept to its promise as it has started distributing and installing the 5,000
promo decoders across the country.
TStv Commenced The Giving Out Of Free 5000 Promo Decoders

TStv went ahead to disclose that accreditation of its
dealers was still ongoing and that commercial sale and rollout of the decoders would not start until the conclusion of
accreditation process. This simply means sales of decoder would not commence today
and that has been extended again.
Here is the press release from TStv:
TStv Africa wishes to appreciate all Nigerians for the love,
patience and understanding thus far in respect of the brand “TStv Africa
Foremost, we are not unaware of our promise to commence full
commercial sales and operations of TStv Africa on 1st November, 2017
nationwide.
In line with this commitment of ours, we have commenced the
distribution and installation of TStv Africa Promo (free of cost) decoders
across the country.
This painstaking exercise is to ensure the proper monitoring
and evaluation of the signal strength and quality of our channels and programs
nationwide.
Similarly, in a bid to achieve uniformity and evenness in
the sales of our decoders nationwide, the accreditation of selected dealers is
ongoing in addition to the full branding of the dealers’ outlets across the
country.
The above stated ongoing activities upon confirmation shall
constitute a prelude to the commencement of the commercial sale of TStv Africa
decoders nationwide.
We wish to reassure Nigerians that we remain committed to
our promise to offer premium quality and affordable DTH services across the
country seamlessly.
We seek your further understanding and support in this value
driven course.
TStv Africa…connecting your world!

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