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SES and StarTimes extend African TV partnership

TV Connect Africa

TV Connect Africa

Chinese systems integrator, technology provider and network operator StarTimes has extended its partnership with SES on the SES-5 satellite.

StarTimes has contracted additional capacity to provide an enhanced TV viewing experience for its subscribers in Africa by providing better picture quality content and more TV channels on its DTH package.

StarTimes currently provides English-language direct-to-home (DTH) content to viewers across the region, via the SES-5 satellite located at 5 degrees East, and is today the fastest-growing digital TV operator in Africa, with more than 5 million DTT and DTH subscribers across 26 countries in Africa.

“We see unprecedented growth opportunities for StarTimes in the region,” comments StarTimes Group Chairman and President Pang Xinxing. “We are extending our presence and reach in the DTH market to deliver on our promise to provide affordable, world class Pay TV services across Africa.”

Click here for more information about TV Connect Africa (17th – 19th November 2015)

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