Lower-package Star-Time subscribers can laugh again after the company announced that they can pay once a year or four times per year. The announcement was made official on Thursday 23rd, 2021 by Pat TV firm. The company made it clear that the move will only apply to the people who have enrolled in the Nyota bouquet.
The move left the customers with a choice to pay Ksh. 1800 for a whole year. According to the Company, the amount constitutes half of the amount always paid every month that sums up to Ksh. 3000, hence leaving them with a chance to save fifty percent(50%) of the amount. Alternatively, the Company has allowed the user to pay 720 quarterly that sums up to twenty percent(20%) of the total savings of their three-month subscription spent on Nyota.
Star Time regional Boss Mr. Aldrin Nsubuga revealed that the Company has embraced the development is anchored on the brand's progressive engagement and the information from the users aiming not only to availing competitive bouquet packages but also at the most competitive rates.
" The introduction of annual and quarterly subscription option for Nyota bouquet users is guided by the need to offer the same great package at an exceptionally competitive rate which is a development tailored from feedback received from our engagements with subscribers even as we look to sustain our ongoing bouquet improvements efforts," said Aldrin.
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