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Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Shayetet13(m): 3:25pm On Oct 27, 2018
Gerrard59:


It doesn't change the fact that money which TSTV should have used to purchase the rights to air EPL legally was wasted on sending you to school. If you can reason to the point of falsely accusing one of tribalism due to a fraudulent business practice by a firm, then it's a pity.
It is your hatred that makes you think business disagreement is business fraud. Stop hating!

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Re: What Happened To TSTV? by innocent99: 10:45pm On Oct 27, 2018
Shayetet13:

It is your hatred that makes you think business disagreement is business fraud. Stop hating!
Stop accusing the young man wrongly and drop the tribal sentiment. Tstv came up with lies and packages they could not offer. U don't succeed in business by lying to prospective customers because the truth will definitely reveal itself. They should have come clean with what they actually had to offer and not promising what they couldn't offer even if they had the equipments to beam those programmes. If u know what TV right is, u won't defend them like this cos they risked being sanctioned for pirated content. Even bEIN sports denied having an agreement with them. As for EPL and other sporting rights, I'll advice them to try and negotiate pulling us out of the sub Saharan agreement deal which is currently owned by dstv and push for a Nigerian subscription right only. That will be cheaper for them to afford and even break dstv monopoly. Only Africa and Middle east have such kind of right agreement. In other part of the world, Subscription is by country and not by region. We Can also make it happen here.
Thank you

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Re: What Happened To TSTV? by Toks2008(m): 11:00pm On Nov 01, 2018
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Re: What Happened To TSTV? by tck2000(m): 9:45am On Aug 14, 2019
[quote author=innocent99 post=72466928]
Stop accusing the young man wrongly and drop the tribal sentiment. Tstv came up with lies and packages they could not offer. U don't succeed in business by lying to prospective customers because the truth will definitely reveal itself. They should have come clean with what they actually had to offer and not promising what they couldn't offer even if they had the equipments to beam those programmes. If u know what TV right is, u won't defend them like this cos they risked being sanctioned for pirated content. Even bEIN sports denied having an agreement with them. As for EPL and other sporting rights, I'll advice them to try and negotiate pulling us out of the sub Saharan agreement deal which is currently owned by dstv and push for a Nigerian subscription right only. That will be cheaper for them to afford and even break dstv monopoly. Only Africa and Middle east have such kind of right agreement. In other part of the world, Subscription is by country and not by region.

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