As more reactions continue to trail the recent subscription price hike in Nigeria’s pay TV market by one of the biggest players, more Nigerians seem to be opting for a less expensive option.
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StarTimes have announced planned reduction in subscription fee for its classic bouquet from N2,600 to N1,900 come September 1, with the inclusion of Ebony Life TV, ST Nollywood Plus and Fox and ST Kids to the bouquet.
StarTimes and SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will see the two organizations partner towards supporting vulnerable families, with an emphasis on the empowerment of young adults, in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
Leading pay-TV service provider, StarTimes have said that there is no basis for an increase in subscription price by any service provider in Nigeria.
The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) said the Federal Government earned N748 billion from taxes and royalties paid by oil and gas companies operating...
The global economy is still expected to grow at a solid pace this year, but worsening trade confrontations pose serious risks to the outlook, the International Monetary Fund said Monday.
More Nigerians have continued to benefit from the ongoing StarTimes millionaire promo, with 9 million Naira already given out to subscribers in the last 2 months. This is coming amid angry reactions to a recent price increment by other Pay TV providers in the country.
ABUJA - Special Assistant to the Vice-President on Micro, Small, Medium-Scale Enterprises, MSMEs, Mr. Tola Adekunle-Johnson, on Monday said the Federal Government has concluded plans to host the maiden edition of the National MSME awards.
As part of its support to the advancement of education in Nigeria, Tek Experts, a leading provider of business and IT support solutions, recently sponsored 17 teachers from the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) to the Train The Teachers Foundation’s Quarterly learning sessions and training programs organized by TTNF and WhyBlueSky.