While customers and fans are yet to experience full broadcasting services, TStv announced the introduction of new decoder called “Jolly Decoder” aimed at delivering premium entertainment to customers this festive season and beyond.
TStv took to its social media platforms to officially reveal the new decoder with below statement.
“We wish to inform all Nigerians that in line with our continued drive to add value to all Pay TV subscribers in Nigeria, we are pleased to introduce our new decoder “TStv Jolly Decoder”. The new TStv Jolly Decoder is a product of sustained excellent innovations and a perfect blend of unique and hybrid features designed to offer premium entertainment experience to our esteemed customers nationwide.
Once again, we appreciate all Nigerians for their unflinching support, love and understanding and also reaffirm our commitment to continue to transform the Pay TV landscape in our dear nation, Nigeria.
God bless Nigeria
TStv Africa…connecting your world!”
This TStv Jolly Decoder adds up to the two previously launched decoders namely dexterity Decoder and Sassy Decoder which are yet to fully work and serve the teaming customers who are eager to enjoy a new PayTv network different from DSTV.
Features Of TStv Jolly Decoder
- PVR function
- Full HD
- USB 2.0 port
- Full EPG function
- 15 secs boot time
- Smart card slot
- SIM card slot (for easy migration to dexterity function
- Recording and time shift simultaneously
- Recording and playback with external USB
- HDMI and AV output
- 8 favorite channel group
- UHF 21-69 RF Modulator output Which is ideal for DTT
- Multicast embedded functions
- Compatible with 4G network
How Best To Install TStv Dish
Below information shows the correct dish position and frequency for TStv Africa.
- TSTV Receive Frequencies
- GlintSat at 51.5°E
- Frequencies 11130 and 11170
- Polarization: Horizontal
- Symbol Rate: 30,000
For more thorough guidelines and installation procedures, you may check TStv, DSTV, MBC frequency and dish position.
TStv channels will be encrypted from 11:50pm of November 27, 2018. TStv channels had been available as Free to Air since October 2017. From the 28th of November, TStv will roll out 62 Premium Family Entertainment, Movies, Music, Lifestyle, News, Kids, Documentaries, Comedy, Series and Sports Channels and all will be encrypted. Kindly visit a TStv outlet or dealers shop near you on the 28th of November to pick a TStv Jolly Decoder. For those who already have a TStv Sassy Decoder, kindly take your decoder to a Dealer’s office to get it fully activated.
So How Much Is TStv Jolly Decoder?
The price of this decoder is N5,000 which is slightly higher than the cost of the other two variants – Sassy and Dexterity.
Does It Support Internet?
Yes it comes with full 4G network connectivity which can be shared with your smartphone and PC.
Can I Enjoy Channels On Dexterity Decoder With Jolly Decoder?
This feature is available courtesy of the SIM card slot which makes migration very easy and simple.
Where Can I Buy TStv Jolly Decoder?
The decoder is available for purchase on any nearest TStv retail outlet nationwide.
When Will Sale of Decoder Start?
According to the PayTv network, the commercial sale of the decoder will start on November 28, 2018.
Channels on TSTV Jolly Decoder will be listed here on this blog once I get the official information.
NB: All channels still free until November when TSTV begins encryption of its channels and commercial sales nationwide.
But why all the delays all this while? Why is TStv not serious about business?
I’m sure these and many more questions are running through the minds of most Nigerians who expected this TV company to compete fiercely with DSTV but the company has both directly and indirectly stated that there is a big battle going on in background to faze them out of business.
According to TStv,
“If only Nigerians know the kinds of fights TSTV has gone through and survived. What is important is that we are still standing and we have learnt strong lessons and we are stronger by the day. We will never fail even if we delayed.”
We will make that difference.