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TSTV: Nigerians wait for November 1 promise

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-Nigerians eagerly anticipate sales of TSTV decoders by November 1.

-The entrance of TSTV into the satellite TV market in Nigeria is expected to provide a credible and cheaper alternative.

Nigerians expect TSTV to deliver on its November 1 promise to commence sales of decoders.

Nigerians have urged the newly launched satellite television provider, TSTV to avoid going back on its promise to begin sales of its decoders by November 1.

Many Nigerians had anticipated an immediate sale of the TSTV decoders following its formal launch on October 1 but the TV provider however announced that sales would commence November 1.

After the launch, Nigerians had in excitement, hoped for an immediate alternative to popular satellite TV provider DSTV and other providers.

However the failure of TSTV to begins sales immediately coupled with an alleged copyright infringement of bEIN contents (a claim denied by TSTV), made some have second thoughts.

However, many other Nigerians who took to their twitter handles insisted that they were ready to go with TSTV all the way no matter the amount of channels it had.

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Many are particularly interested in seeing an end to the monopoly and exploitation been experienced currently in the satellite TV service in Nigeria and believe the launch of TSTV will make their dreams a reality.

TSTV, recently took to its twitter handle @tstvafrica to announce that “TStv Africa appreciates everyone for the love, support and patience thus far. Once again, we wish to reassure all Nigerians that efforts are made to ensure commencement of commercial operations nationwide from 1st Nov is achieved as promised.

In reaction, Nigerians expressed hope the TSTV decoders will be available as promised.

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