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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by Friedyokes: 8:30am On Oct 02, 2017
Who get live picture of the decoder
Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by 9japrof(m): 8:30am On Oct 02, 2017
micgray100:
It will be better than Dstv or Gotv..
Register your Limited Liablilty Company in just 5 working days.. See enough testimonies on my trend link in my signature..

How much
Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by phemolala07(m): 8:31am On Oct 02, 2017
9japrof:
TSTV made a tactical mistake, they never had their distribution channels in place before launching.

The incentives for distributors is so poor, why would I pay 4.4 million naira to get 1000 decoder kits only to sell for 5000 naira each meaning investing 4.4 million to earn a paltry sum of 600k. They should do better...

TSTV is an amalgamation of channels, nothing special, a lot of channels on their bouquet are channels being picked by 1.8 meter dish users, e.g the beIN sports, MBC series etc.

Real DTH aggregators own their channel series, e.g multichoice( the owners of DSTV) own the supersport channels, buh TSTV own nothing, they own no channel of their own, only gathering free channels and broadcasting to Nigerians .

The Internet feature they are broadcasting to Nigerians cannot be available in all nigerian states(I pray to be wrong on this) startimes have this feature on the combo box which a lot of their users are not even aware of, some are using it presently in Nigeria and I think that feature can only be used in not more than 5 states in Nigeria.


TSTV if not careful would go the way of HITv, the company have launched into the country running at a loss, that's why the branding and hyping to convince Nigerians to buy, if the sales and turnover anticipated is not achieved, either more money is pumped in to sustain the business or the business would be on a downward spiral.

KweseTV that has been there building structures to ensure distribution channels before launching is still way better and would outlive TSTV in the long run.Kwese even went ahead with their commitment to give out free decoders to thousands of dealers.

NB: the kwese brand is owned by strive masiywa, the brain behind econet wireless and TSTV is even broadcasting one of their channels kwese free sport(KFS) on their bouquet asking you to pay for the channel that kwese is broadcasting for free
Kwese is not part of der sports stations dnt mind d hungry bloggers

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by Edum13656: 8:33am On Oct 02, 2017
9japrof:
TSTV made a tactical mistake, they never had their distribution channels in place before launching.

The incentives for distributors is so poor, why would I pay 4.4 million naira to get 1000 decoder kits only to sell for 5000 naira each meaning investing 4.4 million to earn a paltry sum of 600k. They should do better...

TSTV is an amalgamation of channels, nothing special, a lot of channels on their bouquet are channels being picked by 1.8 meter dish users, e.g the beIN sports, MBC series etc.

Real DTH aggregators own their channel series, e.g multichoice( the owners of DSTV) own the supersport channels, buh TSTV own nothing, they own no channel of their own, only gathering free channels and broadcasting to Nigerians .

The Internet feature they are broadcasting to Nigerians cannot be available in all nigerian states(I pray to be wrong on this) startimes have this feature on the combo box which a lot of their users are not even aware of, some are using it presently in Nigeria and I think that feature can only be used in not more than 5 states in Nigeria.


TSTV if not careful would go the way of HITv, the company have launched into the country running at a loss, that's why the branding and hyping to convince Nigerians to buy, if the sales and turnover anticipated is not achieved, either more money is pumped in to sustain the business or the business would be on a downward spiral.

KweseTV that has been there building structures to ensure distribution channels before launching is still way better and would outlive TSTV in the long run.Kwese even went ahead with their commitment to give out free decoders to thousands of dealers.

NB: the kwese brand is owned by strive masiywa, the brain behind econet wireless and TSTV is even broadcasting one of their channels kwese free sport(KFS) on their bouquet asking you to pay for the channel that kwese is broadcasting for free
thanks for ur unsolicited information. go to DSTV naa. they will perfect with time. Rome is not built in a day. tell ur pay masters to reduce the decoder to 5k

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by purplekayc(m): 8:33am On Oct 02, 2017
naijaboiy:
Their father! grin
anybody that gotten his own should let us know how their service are
Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by shurlermoz(m): 8:33am On Oct 02, 2017
Finstar:
WTF... Mind how you go about quoting people.. Not everyone is a born scammer like you.. Go to the said article and see if I in anyway solicited to be paid.. Mind yourself young man


Have I called you a scammer?! There is a proverb in Yoruba that says "won npe omo elefo, oni efo ohun oki se t'atan, ta lo bi lejo"
U should written it out plainly before, scammers don't put a banner on their head proclaiming they are scammers. U need to learn about presentation.

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by Themandator: 8:34am On Oct 02, 2017
9japrof:
TSTV made a tactical mistake, they never had their distribution channels in place before launching.

The incentives for distributors is so poor, why would I pay 4.4 million naira to get 1000 decoder kits only to sell for 5000 naira each meaning investing 4.4 million to earn a paltry sum of 600k. They should do better...

TSTV is an amalgamation of channels, nothing special, a lot of channels on their bouquet are channels being picked by 1.8 meter dish users, e.g the beIN sports, MBC series etc.

Real DTH aggregators own their channel series, e.g multichoice( the owners of DSTV) own the supersport channels, buh TSTV own nothing, they own no channel of their own, only gathering free channels and broadcasting to Nigerians .

The Internet feature they are broadcasting to Nigerians cannot be available in all nigerian states(I pray to be wrong on this) startimes have this feature on the combo box which a lot of their users are not even aware of, some are using it presently in Nigeria and I think that feature can only be used in not more than 5 states in Nigeria.


TSTV if not careful would go the way of HITv, the company have launched into the country running at a loss, that's why the branding and hyping to convince Nigerians to buy, if the sales and turnover anticipated is not achieved, either more money is pumped in to sustain the business or the business would be on a downward spiral.

KweseTV that has been there building structures to ensure distribution channels before launching is still way better and would outlive TSTV in the long run.Kwese even went ahead with their commitment to give out free decoders to thousands of dealers.

NB: the kwese brand is owned by strive masiywa, the brain behind econet wireless and TSTV is even broadcasting one of their channels kwese free sport(KFS) on their bouquet asking you to pay for the channel that kwese is broadcasting for free


All this your epistle doesn't mean I am not buying it ...Whether they gather free to air channels or not ...For three thousand I am buying since I need a decoder to access those channels ,anyway


ABI since when they dey fly for air anyone don land your house without decoder .... I don't expect them to have their own channels immediately. With time dem go develop the muscle.we like them as them dey




By the way if Startimes get data as you talk am and we wey get the dish no no all this while dem dem be fooools

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by Prince4945(m): 8:34am On Oct 02, 2017
Hmmm
Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by micgray100(m): 8:34am On Oct 02, 2017
9japrof:


How much

85k... 5 working days
Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by mofresh(m): 8:34am On Oct 02, 2017
No made in Abeokuta[lolz]]
Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by 9japrof(m): 8:35am On Oct 02, 2017
Edum13656:
thanks for ur unsolicited information. go to DSTV naa. they will perfect with time. Rome is not built in a day. tell ur pay masters to reduce the decoder to 5k

I work with the kwese brand, and kwese offers more quality content than TSTV

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by gbengs247: 8:35am On Oct 02, 2017
For those of you who would like to purchase the TSTV decoder in your area, kindly click here http://www.tstvafrica.com/wheretobuy.php
and select your state to find distributors around you.
I just called a dealer and he said the decoders will be available before the end of this week.
Let's be calm.

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by soflygerian(m): 8:35am On Oct 02, 2017
Taribo2503:
Please where do i get this product in Port-Harcourt because from the list agents cant find anyone for that area.
So far just two dealers in ph, one at agip estate and elimgbu rd. Look uo the address on there website...

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by 9japrof(m): 8:35am On Oct 02, 2017
micgray100:


85k... 5 working days

Omoh e plenty oooo, 60k would fly?
Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by 1daboi: 8:36am On Oct 02, 2017
wintersnow:
I just installed mine this morning, I've been downloading since morning! 4.5g network speed!!
pictures or I don't believe it
Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by pellummy(m): 8:37am On Oct 02, 2017
My advice on tstv, we should not expect much from them right now, it just a starting industry, with aim of getting ahead it seniors, patience will be our greatest virtue eighth now, Intact Nigerians should be patience now , are we not under buhari's govt, grin grin, patience is how strong hold
Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by TDEMONEW: 8:37am On Oct 02, 2017
This dstv agent here are trying to change our mind by all means...... ..TSTV for life you must succeed by force by fire

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by Finstar: 8:38am On Oct 02, 2017
shurlermoz:


Have I called you a scammer?! There is a proverb in Yoruba that says "won npe omo elefo, oni efo ohun oki se t'atan, ta lo bi lejo"
U should written it out plainly before, scammers don't put a banner on their head proclaiming they are scammers. U need to learn about presentation.

And how do I put it plainly..? Before you discourage people from anything, make sure you're certain enough that they are heading to oblivion. Anyway, what do I expect from Nigerians.. Everything is scam and that's why the world see them as such.

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by dayveed1(m): 8:38am On Oct 02, 2017
maykam:


Thank you for telling me, but where is there playstation, so that I can goan play my own.
Abi?
Take a bus to Agric, Enter BRT to Oshodi, from there carry 50naira bike to Agbaya Electronics.. Dem get plenty for there.

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by Tintinnoty(m): 8:38am On Oct 02, 2017
9japrof:


Please say one KweseTV agent spotted, I would better relate with that, I don't owned DSTV or work with them
so why bad mouth and run down someone else's biznex

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by newd4all(m): 8:38am On Oct 02, 2017
Do me a favor
SHOVE YOUR OPINION UP YOUR ASS...
You criticize and I dnt see any sense in all u jus wrote.
Allow tstv launch first and we see what they have. At least they ave not stolen as much as dstv.
Why not write an epistle of dstv first.
You are a problem to this nation abeg



9japrof:
TSTV made a tactical mistake, they never had their distribution channels in place before launching.

The incentives for distributors is so poor, why would I pay 4.4 million naira to get 1000 decoder kits only to sell for 5000 naira each meaning investing 4.4 million to earn a paltry sum of 600k. They should do better...

TSTV is an amalgamation of channels, nothing special, a lot of channels on their bouquet are channels being picked by 1.8 meter dish users, e.g the beIN sports, MBC series etc.

Real DTH aggregators own their channel series, e.g multichoice( the owners of DSTV) own the supersport channels, buh TSTV own nothing, they own no channel of their own, only gathering free channels and broadcasting to Nigerians .

The Internet feature they are broadcasting to Nigerians cannot be available in all nigerian states(I pray to be wrong on this) startimes have this feature on the combo box which a lot of their users are not even aware of, some are using it presently in Nigeria and I think that feature can only be used in not more than 5 states in Nigeria.


TSTV if not careful would go the way of HITv, the company have launched into the country running at a loss, that's why the branding and hyping to convince Nigerians to buy, if the sales and turnover anticipated is not achieved, either more money is pumped in to sustain the business or the business would be on a downward spiral.

KweseTV that has been there building structures to ensure distribution channels before launching is still way better and would outlive TSTV in the long run.Kwese even went ahead with their commitment to give out free decoders to thousands of dealers.

NB: the kwese brand is owned by strive masiywa, the brain behind econet wireless and TSTV is even broadcasting one of their channels kwese free sport(KFS) on their bouquet asking you to pay for the channel that kwese is broadcasting for free

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by cooldood(m): 8:38am On Oct 02, 2017
9japrof:
TSTV made a tactical mistake, they never had their distribution channels in place before launching.

The incentives for distributors is so poor, why would I pay 4.4 million naira to get 1000 decoder kits only to sell for 5000 naira each meaning investing 4.4 million to earn a paltry sum of 600k. They should do better...

TSTV is an amalgamation of channels, nothing special, a lot of channels on their bouquet are channels being picked by 1.8 meter dish users, e.g the beIN sports, MBC series etc.

Real DTH aggregators own their channel series, e.g multichoice( the owners of DSTV) own the supersport channels, buh TSTV own nothing, they own no channel of their own, only gathering free channels and broadcasting to Nigerians .

The Internet feature they are broadcasting to Nigerians cannot be available in all nigerian states(I pray to be wrong on this) startimes have this feature on the combo box which a lot of their users are not even aware of, some are using it presently in Nigeria and I think that feature can only be used in not more than 5 states in Nigeria.


TSTV if not careful would go the way of HITv, the company have launched into the country running at a loss, that's why the branding and hyping to convince Nigerians to buy, if the sales and turnover anticipated is not achieved, either more money is pumped in to sustain the business or the business would be on a downward spiral.

KweseTV that has been there building structures to ensure distribution channels before launching is still way better and would outlive TSTV in the long run.Kwese even went ahead with their commitment to give out free decoders to thousands of dealers.

NB: the kwese brand is owned by strive masiywa, the brain behind econet wireless and TSTV is even broadcasting one of their channels kwese free sport(KFS) on their bouquet asking you to pay for the channel that kwese is broadcasting for free

Leave them,I have said it before,TsTV has shown that they don't understand that space even their website looks tacky. I don't see them lasting,at best they'd make DSTV offer better service and rates for a while before they jack it up again.

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by 9japrof(m): 8:39am On Oct 02, 2017
phemolala07:

Kwese is not part of der sports stations dnt mind d hungry bloggers

Thanks for the info brotherly, buh do you know that with your 1.8 meter dish you can pick 80 to 90 percent of this channels you posted here for free ?

TSTV would make you pay what you can get free.

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by Deeldorado: 8:40am On Oct 02, 2017
9japrof:


Please yiu are misinformed, strive owns kwese decoder which would be launching officially soon though it has been selling and am using their service already

That he owns Kwese decoder doesn't mean he didn't invest in TSTV. At the same time, it's not a bad thing that he's the largest investor. It makes the market more competitive and that benefits consumers.

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by GogetterMD(m): 8:42am On Oct 02, 2017
9japrof:


Please yiu are misinformed, strive owns kwese decoder which would be launching officially soon though it has been selling and am using their service already
What has your experience with Kwese been like? Considering getting it to complement the trashy DSTV I have 6 months premium subscription on, but can't watch NBA and the Carabao cup
Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by 9japrof(m): 8:42am On Oct 02, 2017
cooldood:


Leave them,I have said it before,TsTV has shown that they don't understand that space even their website looks tacky. I don't see them lasting,at best they'd make DSTV offer better service and rates for a while before they jack it up again.

The way they have gone in this their business leave much to be desired.

Nigerians go with the flow, the only thing they should ensure is that they look before they leap shikena

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by adexin: 8:42am On Oct 02, 2017
Yes its possible

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by cooldood(m): 8:42am On Oct 02, 2017
donjazet:
A popularity test.

Like for TSTV

share for DSTV

If you like give them 1 million likes,its their business tactics and strategy that will determine their survival.Which I rate poorly.if by now most people are still waiting to get their decoders or TsTV haven't tidied up their distribution side of the business,I rest my case.

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by jrerico1(m): 8:42am On Oct 02, 2017
wintersnow:
I just installed mine this morning, I've been downloading since morning! 4.5g network speed!!
oga pictures or you know the rest

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by Edum13656: 8:42am On Oct 02, 2017
9japrof:


I work with the kwese brand, and kwese offers more quality content than TSTV
good. but instead of tarnishing this brand it's better u sell ur own brand. tell us what make u better. the customer only needs optimum satisfaction.

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by phemolala07(m): 8:43am On Oct 02, 2017
9japrof:


Thanks for the info brotherly, buh do you know that with your 1.8 meter dish you can pick 80 to 90 percent of this channels you posted here for free ?

TSTV would make you pay what you can get free.
U said 80/90 percent since it is nt 100% Nd I can get 10gig free internet it is fine by me.

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Re: A Thread For TSTV First Experience And The Hotspot by newd4all(m): 8:44am On Oct 02, 2017
cooldood:


Leave them,I have said it before,TsTV has shown that they don't understand that space even their website looks tacky. I don't see them lasting,at best they'd make DSTV offer better service and rates for a while before they jack it up again.
Do u ave a dstv?

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