Telcoms Satellite Television (TSTV) will enter the Nigeria market on 1st October, 2017. TSTV is owned by ABS (ABS is majority owned by the Permira funds).

TSTV promises to offer Nigerians complementary internet capacity, smart home, ability to pause subscriptions for a record seven days every month, video calls and in-built 500GB hard drive inside the Set Top Box (STB) for content storage, Video on Demand services as well as the regular uninterrupted clean world class contents available 24 hours every day. It has over 200 channels and you can watch live matches like UEFA Champions League, Europa League and more.

TSTV is not in Nigeria to compete with DSTV or StarTimes TV but to service people who are not currently subscribed to any Pay-TV service or those who require added services not offered by competitors.  TSTV services will enable the viewers to experience HD and SD video and internet surfing at the same time.


TSTV decoder Price and subscription fee:

To acquire the Tstv Decoder and the Satellite dish, it will only cost #5,000, yes #5000.


Tstv subscription fees and packages:

Tstv subscription fees are quite affordable, in fact, you can pay as low as #200 to subscribe to a plan.


Bouquet                        Prices          Data Allocated

TStv Daily Bouquet          N200      500MB

TStv Monthly Bouquet  N3,000  10Gb

TStv 2 weeks Bouquet   N1,500  5GB

TStv 10 days Bouquet     N1,000  3GB

TStv weekly Bouquet     N750      2GB

TStv 3 days Bouquet       N500      1GB



You can buy your TSTV package at the office of any of the ACCREDITED DEALERS.