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StarTimes Nigeria launches integrated digital TV set

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    Pay-TV operator StarTimes has launched an integrated high definition (HD) digital TV set for Nigerian viewers.

    Startimes logoThe product comes with more than 100 pay-TV and free-to-air channels, and is able to receive channels delivered by both satellite and digital terrestrial (DTT) transmission, without the need for a separate decoder.

    Chief operating officer of StarTimes Nigeria, Tunde Aina, said his company is committed to new innovations and technologies to enhance the digital broadcasting experience for Nigerians, as he unveiled the integrated TV set in Lagos, according to The Sun News.

    “StarTimes Digital TV will boost viewing pleasure and offer credible, quality and outstanding entertainment experience at a quite competitive price. The TV comes with 60% lower energy consumption than CRT TV, designed for decorating a more fashionable space with its maximum thickness of 70mm and the minimum thickness of 13mm and offers boundless viewing pleasure with 5mm ultra-slim bezel and silver skating blade stand which uplifts your viewing,” said Tunde Aina, COO, StarTimes Nigeria.
     

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