No wonder, I just understand what made Multichoice Nigeria decided now to offer us Pay-Per-View model against the usual monthly subscription model, now Multichoice Nigeria (DStv/GOtv) is about to get a rival and the name of the company is called Telecom Satellites TV (TSTV).

TSTV is a new satellite TV, partnered with a Europe-based television station, ABS Global, to launch into the Nigerian Broadcasting Service a Direct-to-Home (DTH) satellite TV. They are supposed to have launched July 25th but was postponed to 1st of October due to logistics.

TSTV which will commercially across Nigeria soon offers Nigerians complementary internet capacity, smart home, ability to pause subscriptions for a record seven days every month, Video calls and inbuilt 500GB hard drive inside our STBs for content storage, Video on Demand services as well as the regular uninterrupted clean world class contents available 24 hours every day. Our channels cut across various genres: News, Music, General entertainment, Documentary, Movies, Kids, Religious, Events, Sports, Health, Fashion, and Lifestyle channels.
The New TSTV offers you Pay-As-You-Consume TV service, meaning you only pay for what you consume.
The TSTV Decoder + Dish will cost 5000NGN, offers you 200+ (but will be starting with 100+) Channels, free 20GB Data, Video Calls, Pause subscription, Record and Playback feature and much more...

I'm sure you will like to know about the Subscription Fee
TSTV Subscription fee ranges from N200, N500, N1000, N1500, and N3000
N.B: You don’t need to pay monthly or periodically. You pay as you consume.
Here are the Available Channels to Watch on TSTV
TSTV shows Live Sport like UEFA Champions League, Europa League, Premier League, Fox Sport.
Fashion Style, Nollywood, Series Movies, Movie Box, Trace TV, TeleNova, Bollywood Fox, MBC, Kids Channels, Health and lifestyle and much more.
Check more of their channels at
TSTV Service Locations
TSTV will function in all states, but according to what is on their twitter page, they are supposed to launch in Lagos, Abuja, Port-Harcourt, Owerri and Kano first before other states.
TSTV Decoder will be available Nationwide from 1st of October 2017.
To be a Dealer or Sales Representative: Simply click here to register
And finally, nothing like premium subscription as it is pay as you consume, you are entitle to all channels. 
Highlights of TSTV Decoder
  • +200 Channels,
  • Pause Function
  • Wifi: 20GB Free data
  • Inbuilt Camera for video calling
  • Affordable subscription
  • ...and 50GB storage space.
TSTV is the first indigenous local operator in Nigeria to launch such a premium platform with a variety of services to Nigerians and they are here to provide us premium video experience at affordable prices and to rescue us from paying exorbitant prices to foreign operators. Get yourself prepared to welcome TSTV, the launching day is 1st of October 2017.

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  1. this is so sweet an information.

  2. This is awesome... I love this kind of development..

  3. Pls shelaf elaborate on the data subscription and is it like a router

    1. It's more of a wireless (WiFi) hot spot from the way it advertised on its social media handle. Terms and conditions have not been stated yet as it sounds to good to be true, as in, 20gb every month. If true, telecoms will also be on their knees begging to buy data.

    2. Tstv-30 ( Monthly ) 3000 with 10GB
      Tstv-15 (15Days) 1500 with 5GB
      Tstv-10 (10Days) 1000 with 3GB
      Tstv-7 (weekly) 750 with 2GB
      Tstv-3 (3Days) 500 with 1GB
      Tstv-PAYGO (1Day ) 200 with 500MB

  4. I will definitely dump my startimes for this.

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  5. With this pay as you consume, I might dump GOtv for TStv

  6. This TStv is cheap and has lots of channel

  7. I will tell my uncle about this TSTV I think their price will be better than GOtv

  8. dstv av die ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  9. I was thinking of going for DSTV .... Hmm
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  10. this one don reach rocket science..
    pay as you consume highest and cheaper sub. dumping Dstv/ GoTv a

  11. TSTV has a lot to offer compared tu dstv, lets wait till they lunch on October first

  12. I pray nigerians embrace this developmenyt

  13. A good and welcome development. Thumbs up Nigeria!

  14. Wow this is unbelievable, finally the real competition has arrived for DSTV, First of all i think this new TSTV might really succeed if well managed and if they have a well structured strategy especially in a pay tv market that is already dominated by multi-choice (DSTV),

    I'm definetly buying this TSTV asap before price goes up because of demand, their price is just on point and extra data on top is just confirm jara, what else could we possibly ask for.

    Multichoice own GOTV meaning multi-choice literally has a huge market share of both upper & middle class users,

    So i think Tstv strategy is just well thought out, Everybody brace yourself because pay tv is about to become like mobile phone network competition, and when there is competition the users enjoy more because of options,

    also i have to say this new company going with the name TSTV is just not a good idea, i mean if you say TSTV to 10 people 9 out of 10 will think you are talking about DSTV... Anyways i wish them luck, because they will absolutely need it.

  15. Interesting..... They are all in trouble