Startup cable television network provider TSTV has revealed that it has no issues with the Nigerian Communications Commission, ahead of its launch next week.

In a post of their Facebook page, the company reiterated that it had just 2 days to launch.

When quizzed by a Facebook user about the rumored issues with the NCC, the company responded:  “TSTV Africa has all the legal rights/documents and infrastructures to commence operation in Nigeria. Please disregard rumors”.

Nigerians has been in anticipation since TSTV made an announcement that they will be launching on Independence Day with interesting packages such as pay-per-view with 100 channels including 12 sports channels for all the football leagues.

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The decoder also has a hotspot of 20GB and video call conferencing with a camera.

The TSTV decoder will have 50GB hard disk to record TV programs and a pause/play function.

It is the first Nigerian TV to launch a Pay As You Use so you can pause your subscription whenever you are traveling.

It is just N5000 for the decoder and dish and subscription prices are N200, N500, N1000, N1500 and N3000 respectively.