Get 100+ Channels and FREE 20GB Data on TStv Africa



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Hello, I will like to introduce you to Telcom Satelite Tv (TSTv), a Pay-As-You-Consume Cable TV provider in Nigeria, operated by ABS and Telcom Satellites TV.  TStv is a DTH pay TV that offers a rich blend of local and international channels and packages for your Entertainment, News, Sports, Kids, Health etc and will be distributed on the ABS 3A Africa beam, located at 3 degrees west.
The technology is the HBB TV tech, HBB is a combination of satellite and internet service for TV service, TSTv will run on 4.5g network, every subscriber will get 20gig of data for 3k monthly, the data can also be used for video calls and wifi.





    Price of TSTV decoder and Dish


    TSTV Decoder Price + Dish cost N5000. The TSTV Decoder Offers 100+ Channels, FREE 20GB Data, Video Calls, Pause Subscription, Record & Playback Feature And More

    TSTV Subscription Fee
    TSTV Subscription Fee is a low as N200, N500, N1000, N1500 and N3000Note that with TSTV, you don't need to pay subscription monthly or periodically. You pay as you consume. 
    TSTv daily plan – N200 plus 500MB
    TSTv 3 days plan – N500 plus 1GB
    TSTv Weekly plan – N750 plus 2GB
    TSTv 10 days plan – N1,000 plus 3GB
    TSTv 2 Weeks plan – N1,500 plus 5GB
    TSTv Monthly Plan – N3,000 Plus 10GB


    How to pay for TSTV Subscription


     TStv Africa will official announced payment method very soon. 





    Official launch date of TSTV

    TSTV will be officially launched in Nigeria on the 1st of October 2017.  Decoders will be on sale from November 1st. Launch date for other African countries will be announced later.



    Channels on TSTv Nigeria

    TSTv shows Live Sports like Premier League, UEFA Champions League, Europa League and so much more. Some Sport Channels on TSTV Africa are bein Sport 1-10, Fox Sport HD, and Ts Sports.
    Some of Entertainment Channels on TSTV are Movie Box, Tele Novela, Fox, MBC 4.






    Where to buy TSTV Decoders

    TStv Africa decoder shall be on sale nationwide from 1st October. To see a list of known retail outlets, customer service centers and TSTv Head office address - CLICK HERE.

    How to Become a Dealer of Installer

    If you will like to become a TSTv dealer or installer - Click Here to read more.





    61 comments:

    1. Please tstv should help us with, starplus, life ok , and colors please we so much need those India channels stations coz we house wives can't do without them.

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      1. You can't do without them don't say house wives cos some house wife use their 24hrs of the day wisely not sitting and watching what your mates that have aspiration acted. Get busy with yourself to assist your man and help your family.

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      2. very unproductive housewife!!!

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    2. Please have you started selling the decoder if yes i would like to know where i can get it.

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      1. I guess TSTv decoder retails outlets will be announced after the launched date

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    3. please can you guys try more and bring the network to Delta state we need it

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    4. Wow! Looks pretty good! Am from Kano pls where can i purchase one?

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      1. I'm sure they will be coming to your location soon.

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    5. wow! what an exciting channels you got. I believe this will really make a difference compare to others. TSTV leads..... others follow.

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      1. WAIT TILL THEY LAUNCH ON OCT 1 THEN YOU CAN FIND OUT WHERE TO GET IT IN YOUR STATE.

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    6. TsTV is highly welcome. I hope u break the monopoly of DSTV. Thanks

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    7. pls tstv where can I get one in Lagos

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    8. can you please, tell us where to get tstv decoder

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    9. Please, where can i get it in Ibadan?

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      1. It's not coming to Ghana, we already gave you Mr Eazi

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      2. Yes is not going to Ghana cos we already gave you Mr Eazy.the pride of Ghanaian.

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    11. Pls which days they want to launch the station and which they day the decorder we be out for sale

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    12. I just wish this new decoder gives us the best and affordable services. I love its features. Please where and how can I purchase 1. I reside in the garden city of, Port Harcourt. Thank you.

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      1. TStv Africa decoder shall be on sell nationwide from 1st October. But before then, dealers outlet location addresses shall be made available for easy accessibility of the decoders

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    13. on their website some of those channels you posted here are not on their website

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    14. TSTV IS SO MUCH WELCOME, WE SERIOUSLY WAITING FOR THE LAUNCH AND ADDRESS OF RETAIL OUTLETS TO BUY AND RIDE ON.

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    15. This is awesome if they can add a little more movie channels maybe some M net

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    16. its too good to believe

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    17. I'm so waiting for this launch.

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    18. This will be lovely and attractive based on 'you pay as you consume'even when there is power failure situation

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    19. This is a very lovely decoder,can't wait for it's arrival at Osun state,Osogbo.

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    20. Etv is no longer showing wrestling on dstv and startimes,I hope we'll get wresting stations on this much anticipated tstv decoder..This is a very lovely decoder,Can't wait for it's sales at Osogbo,Osun state..

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      1. They have 10 sports stations, you are covered

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    21. Hope the signal strength will be perfect? That one will not have to own a mass to get a good reception .. Just saying .. If not its sound really cool.. Still ask how is it pay as u go when u have 3k monthly flat rate? Just hope these guy are for real

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    22. So much anticipation! How soon are you coming to Kwara after the national roll out

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    23. Hello, good day, I would love to contact TSTv for business so as to do promotion, marketing and Distributorship for them. Bcos I would like to join in the launching in my business place. Thanks

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    24. Enter your comment...can I get one I'm in Ghana

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    25. I can hear Dstv weeping seriously about this. Cry babies.

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    26. How fast is the consumption rate of the data subscription a person buys.. Because that will make all the difference if it's 1500N subscription finishes in days while GOTV 1800N stays for a month

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    27. wow' thank TStv your the baes channel i want, go-ahead to break some like call DSTV and orthers thank u

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    28. Where I will going to get it in Makurdi Benue state, I can't wait.

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    29. If this is true, ready to have three in my house,one for me one for my wife and one for my children,then I can dash every other decoders in my house to who cares

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    30. hmmm my ppl i hope d pay as u go system no go b hundred naira per minute oooo just saying,,, let me come and b going lol

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      1. They would definitely be affordable. Things get to be better and cheaper when competitions set in.

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      2. it is actually a flexible plan of as low as N200 per day. Still 3000 per but can be paused for not more than 7 days in a month

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    31. Hope it wont be like MTN data that #1000 got exhausted anyhow in a matter of days!

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    32. Pls they should come to enugu...we are waiting for them..ooo

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    33. I pray it come and outshine this 419 Dstv.

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    34. This is a welcome development after DSTV exploitation.Hope this will not go the same way as HiTV.One Nigerian factor is to attract with good programmes,then later falter in quality and consistency.Pls maintain a good standard that can drive DSTV to bring down their prices.

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    35. I hope this pay as u go won't be like mtn way of siphoning our money,at long run we now see DStv come b
      etter oooo. I will really appreciate it if it's economical

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    36. Pls wia can i get it in Abakaliki Ebonyi state

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    37. Now the real question is, how is it going to be charged if it's pay as you use...what if u watch it for a week and they now tell u that u have exhausted the 3k...what happens???

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      1. it is not pay as you go, it is just a flexible plan of a low as N200 per day (well which can be seen as pay as you go by some people)

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    38. I can't see no music stations

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    39. Not coming is the problm here i hope is not going to be like hitv ooo or u will pay d will say you are owing for one month...... just saying...... what of d installers can a dstv installer do it or will u prover say men for us to do dat .....

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    40. Pls how do you charge as per the usage

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    41. please TSTV ensure the wireless follow suit

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    42. TSTV u are welcome, hope u guys will not be like MTN network or Dstv that are robbing us in Nigeria? If ur coming here is for good by his grace u will stay long but if it's the other way round my God will not allow u guys to stay.
      Thank u and God bless Nigeria

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