Nigeria launches cheap annual subscription Satellite Television

…The Satview Network costs one-time N14,000 Naira to purchase…

…N2000 annual subscription…

A new Direct-to-Home digital decoder known as SATVIEW NETWORK has been unveiled to the Nigerian viewing public.

The Satview Network is Nigeria’s first NO SUBSCRIPTION Direct-to-Home satellite service provider with over 50 PREMIUM CHANNELS, without a monthly subscription.

It has popular movies, sports, dramas, children and educational programs; and the number of channels will keep growing subject to change.

Unveiling the home-made decoder, the General Manager, Satellite Application, Nigerian Communication Satellite (NIGCOMSAT), Mr. Adajah Abdulraheem, saluted the effort of the team for creating and manufacturing the cheapest and affordable decoder that will showcase Nigeria and the African culture to the rest of the world.

“Putting our strength together, NIGCOMSAT will give you a very good service because we operate a regional Satellite that will give you the quality of signals even in the most torrential rain,” Abdulraheem said.

“We hope to take over Africa and to support your determination to project Nigeria to the outside world,” said Mr. Obiora Nnaemego, the Group Head, Satellite Broadband Broadcasting Company SBBC NIGCOMSAT.

According to the Chief Executive Officer, Dexterity Group, operator of the Satview Network, Dexter Femi Akin-Alamau, “the aim is to provide affordable and accessible direct-to-home decoders for Nigerians.

“The decoder offers annual subscription of Two Thousand Naira only.

“The Satview Network costs a one-time N14,000 Naira to purchase and install the Customer Satellite Receiver Equipment (an antenna and decoder unit).”

He called on Nigerians to work with Satview Network to make, distribute, advertise, and promote positive values of Nigeria and its products to the outside world.

Satview Network is operated by The Dexterity Group, which is wholly Nigerian-owned.

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