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Ahead of the June 20-17 Digital Switch over deadline, leading player in the campaign, StarTimes has reiterated its commitment to ensuring quality signal coverage and innovative offerings for both content bouquets and decoder products nationwide.
According to the firm, this is consistent with its renewed drive to improve digital TV entertainment services and viewing experience for Nigerians and deepen the penetration and acceptance of digital TV across the nation.
The company’s Head of Public Relations, Israel Bolaji, said the company was particularly interested in building and providing quality signal coverage and innovative offerings.
These, he said, would translate into pleasurable hours of digital television viewing with sharp images and stable signals for subscribers.
Bolaji said that StarTimes remained committed to developing and deploying technological infrastructure and would roll out plans that guaranteed clear digital terrestrial and satellite TV signals to Nigerian TV households.
“Since 2010, we have demonstrated this commitment by consistently upping our game in terms of growing our signal strength, quality and nationwide reach.
“In 2010, StarTimes signals covered only four states; today, our signal coverage covers 35 states and extends to over 60 cities, including the recent rollout in some remote areas of Badagry, Epe, Ikorodu and Iyana-Iba in Lagos.
“Our subscribers have through their consistent patronage encouraged us to go the extra miles for their viewing pleasure. We are covering the whole nation with improved signals including all states, the Federal Capital Territory, historical cities and even rural areas,” he said.
The StarTimes public relations manager said that over the years, the station had grown the quality of its signals by investing in facilities and technologies that are enabling its coverage nationwide.
“With this, we hope to connect every household in Nigeria to our digital TV platform and most desired content offerings, and prepare the Nigerian masses for digital TV switch over era,” Bolaji said.