TSTV has alerted the public of a fake twitter account posing as TSTV just as some agents are working in some quarters to frustrate the October launch date set by the comapy.
TSTv via its official handle said: ‘Please disregard any tweets from @tstv_nigeria and @tstvcentre. They are both impersonators’
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Elsewhere, some people are working to clog the wheel of the revolutionary pay-tv company by urging Nigerians not to be excited with the entrance.
They quickly cited the instances of HiTV and TiTV which promised much but delivered little and have been buried.
But since, it started its proposed launch campaign that it will operate a pay as you go payTV services, TStv has generated a lot of interests, admiration and excitement in Nigeria.
While many would-be subscribers have expressed various reasons they might try out TStv on its October launch, the pay as you go proposition of the company has come out to be the most significant of all its promises.
TStv is promising its prospective subscribers that it will be offering a pay as you go model where subscribers will only pay for what they choose to watch. This is a big deal to average payTV subscribers in Nigeria due to Nigeria’s epileptic power supply and busy/stressful lifestyle of many people in cities such as Lagos where an average person spends close to five hours of their 24 hours in traffic every working day.
According to available information, TSTv is a joint venture owned by ABS and Telcom Satellites TV. The company’s signals will be distributed on the ABS 3A Africa beam, located at 3 degrees west.
In its mission statement, ABS was established to meet the growing demands of broadcast and telecommunications operators in Africa, Russia, Asia and the Middle East.