StarTimes pay TV targets low income bracket

Matenge intends to bring StarTimes into the hands of the ordinary Motswana
Matenge intends to bring StarTimes into the hands of the ordinary Motswana

Serial entrepreneur, Buca Matenge and some partners have entered the lucrative subscription television business geared at catering for the low to medium income bracket.

During an interview with Showbiz, Matenge said they would be bringing an international Chinese satellite television to the country called StarTimes. He said StarTimes was an international television provider founded in Beijing in 1988.

He explained that StarTimes was very active on the continent, offering a pay satellite and a pay-DTT service in Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Guinea, Central African Republic, Burundi, Mozambique and Zambia with a total of 9 million subscribers as at June 2017.

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