We all love TV, and at times things go so bad you can’t remember renewing your monthly subscription but a new move by StarTime
s will enable you have TV even during those bad times.
The firm has today said it will give its subscribers access to six Free To Air channels upon the expiry of subscriber’s monthly subscription. The channels include KBC, Citizen Tv, KTN, NTV, K24, GBS and STV-Guide.
According to StarTimes CEO Mr. Leo Lee, “We are setting the pace in ensuring that our subscribers enjoy the flexibility that comes with uninterrupted television access. We are guided by our vision to see the majority of Kenyans can not only access but also afford premium digital television service. The two week access to local channels after subscription expiry will allow for adequate time to budget for a service that continues to be more of a necessity than a luxury.”
Apart from the new initiative, the firm has upped its signal strength even during extreme cold weather or at peaks of mountains able to decoders able to work clearly at peaks like Mount Kenya 4,985 metres above sea level.
TV viewers always want quality, even those on FTA decorders; the firm says the FTA decorders have a dual feature to enable them to subscribe to the pay television channels to enjoy premium channels.
To make TV awesome, prices for StarTimes Pay Television and Free To Air decoders have been slashed by 15% to Ksh 2,999 for FTA and 4,999 for the premium service, both of which are enabled with one month Unique Bouquet subscription which normally retails at Ksh1,999.