The firm plans to launch services to six other regions in the country, a move which would enable people living in the remotest areas to access digital TV channels.
The StarTimes's Deputy Managing Director, Business Development,
StarTimes, is the brand name for
"We are deploying a unique technology that allows our digital TV to be offered to subscribers at an affordable price," he said.
StarTimes decoders operate based on digital video broadcast-terrestrial standard which requires no dish. "All that is needed is an antenna, to pick up the transmission frequency," he said.
He said they combine satellite with terrestrial, to operate pay TV, mobile TV, do the sales of terminal products and provide signal transmission services for public and commercial TV stations.
StarTimes has also established wireless digital TV platform in many African countries and will invest in mobile TV service platform and an Internet business platform in the near future, he said.
"It's not only brings the most advanced technology into
. It is a technology company that was established in 1988 in
Globally, StarTimes has acquired over seven million subscribers. It operates in 10 African Countries,
"We are working on providing our network in more than 20 countries sooner than you expect," he added.
Based on its unique technology, Startimes decoder is all weather friendly, including rainy days, he said. Also with its unique plug and play device mechanism, no professional assistance or installation cost is required.
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