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StarTimes returns KTN, NTV and Citizen on its platform

by Susan Mwenesi
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KTN, NTV and Citizen TV which had been withdrawn pending the determination of a legal process have now been reinstated on the StarTimes digital platform meaning viewers can now enjoy these and an array of other over 70 international channels hosted by the digital television service provider.

The three channels had been removed from the platform pending pending the determination of a legal process that saw the TV stations and the pay TV stand on opposing sides.

 Confirming these developments, StarTimes media Vice President for marketing Mr. Mark Lisboa noted that the swift action by the company following the Supreme Court ruling on Monday was advised by its capacity and commitment to continue broadcasting an all-inclusive channel offering for the Kenyan subscribers adding that local content remains an integral part of the company’s content genres.

“The re-introduction of the three channels will complement our already existing local channel offering which includes our self-produced Star Swahili channel thereby presenting the Kenyan subscriber with a rich choice that not only informs but also entertains. We remain committed towards ensuring Kenyans have access to affordable digital television,” noted Mr. Lisboa.

With a choice of either the StarTimes Pay Television or the Free To Air set top boxes that are currently retailing at just Ksh 2,999 and 4,999 respectively, Kenyan subscribers will continue enjoying access to StarTimes digital television service from as low as Ksh 499 per month.

Subscribers enrolled on the pay television platform will be enjoying a two week free access to local channels upon the expiry of their monthly subscription awaiting renewal of the same while subscribers using the Free To Air set top box will enjoy free access to the local channels for good with an option to enroll on the pay television platform by subscribing on either of the available bouquets anytime.

The company has also introduced a convenient online platform where Kenyans will be able to purchase either the Pay Television or the Free To Air Set top box where the same will be delivered at the customers door step. The will enable customers to acquire StarTimes decoders at the comfort of their homes while enjoying fast, door to door after sales service at no extra cost.

“Our commitment towards the adoption of digital television is unwavering we have therefore put measures in place to see to it that Kenyans can conveniently access their most trusted digital television set top box which explains our efforts to equally embrace technology and adopt the use of online shops,” added Mr. Lisboa.

StarTimes has also engaged five leading Supermarkets Tuskys, Naivas, Uchumi, Ukwala and Nakumatt where the Pay Television and the Free To Air set top boxes will also be available countrywide. Over 500 other electronic and dealer outlets spread out across the country will also be stocking the same as the company engages in an extensive exercise to ensure consumers have access to the set top boxes conveniently.


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