StarTimes launched low-cost pay TV package in Ghana

The promo package dubbed ‘3y3 Free Decoder Promo Part 2’ will get customers the option to purchase the most affordable pay TV package from StarTimes.  Africa’s leading pay-tv operators StarTimes have launched a promo campaign to make subscriptions cheaper, as part of their one-year anniversary in Ghana.

In this promo, customers will only have to pay for a one-month subscription for the StarTimes super bouquet, and be rewarded with a free decoder. The “3y3 Free Decoder Promo Part 2” is a cheaper option for customers, compared to the previous package which saw new subscribers pre-pay a higher price for a super bouquet to receive the free decoder. The promo is made more enticing by the fact that subscribers will have the chance to enjoy additional channels of sports, movies, telenovelas, entertainment and reality shows.

Speaking at the launch of the promo held at the StarTimes Head Office in Accra, Marketing Manager Akorfa Djankui said the objective is to make pay-tv affordable to all Ghanaians. Djankui said, “In the past year we [StarTimes] have not only changed people’s view and experiences, we have also changed the whole pay-tv industry in Ghana, with industry players dropping prices in an attempt to catch up with StarTimes.” The marketing manager added, “At StarTimes, we are focusing on listening to the needs of our subscribers so when launched the ‘3y3 Free Promo Part 1’ our customers raised a few concerns which we have taken into consideration. And so we are introducing the “3y3 Free Promo Part 2” – it’s reloaded – to make things easier for them.”

Chief Operating Officer (COO) at StarTimes Felix Ahonzo also added that the new promo will make it easier for Ghanaians to now watch their favourite television programmes at cheaper prices. He said the package contains educative channels which will inure to the good of pupils at various homes.