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StarTimes launches low energy consumption capability HD TV

Still basking in the euphoria of the success of its recently-launched  2-in-1 combo decoder, pay tv service provider, StarTimes has, again, announced the  launch of a  High Definition (HD) Digital Television.

Besides further  enhancing the viewing experience of its teeming subscribers, the introduction of the latest offering, with an in-built decoder into the market,  according to the company,  is a way of also preparing the nation’s paytv subscribers for forthcoming  digital switchover.

Unveiling the product in Lagos, over the weekend, the company’s Sales Director,  Mr. John Esoimeme, described the   product  as combining  effectively, for the first time, the features of both digital terrestrial (DTT) and direct to home (DTH) satellite television technologies.

“This is a game changer from StarTimes, deliberately designed with latest global technology with 60% energy consumption capability to lavish subscribers with unprecedented access to good firmware.

“Interestingly, this new television works with an in-built decoder and grants our esteemed customers access to over 100 channels across the genres with an enhanced high definition (HD) picture quality,” he stated.

The company’s Head of Public Relations, Mr. Israel Bolaji, assured StarTimes  subscribers of the company’s commitment to providing quality services and products that would continually enhance  their  digital television experience.

While commending the efforts of the company in blazing the trail of digital tv in the country, the Assistant Director, Nigerian Television Authority, NTA, Mr. Riky Afolabi, assured subscribers of the company’s readiness to offer affordable products and services, when the pay tv eventually goes digital in 2017.