StarTimes has joined and supported fight against the COVID-2019 epidemic. Over 30 countries in Africa have been infected and affected by the COVID-2019 according to WHO. Given the concerns about possible spreading, people are suggested to stay at home. As most football actions are suspended, Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, UCL and NBA have all been suspended. It is obvious that some patterns in watching TV are changing recently due to the facts mentioned above. Although sports fans might be disappointed for a while, the following days will witness that news, TV series, reality shows, children’s programmes play an important role in TV broadcasting across Africa.
StarTimes has offered FREE access to over 100 international and local channels on their StarTimes ON App in Pan African areas including international news channels such as France 24, KTN NEWS (Kenya), TVC NEWS (Nigeria) in News category and TRACE MZIKI, TV5 MONDE, DA VINCI in entertainment and education category.
StarTimes has also announced that subscribers can enjoy both live and VOD content through StarTimes ON anytime and anywhere.
“StarTimes will keep contributing to making people safe during the special time. Thus we opened the free access to channels and further upgraded StarTimes ON coding technology to decrease again the broadband traffic, allowing users to spend even less data and enjoy more content while using our APP, and decreasing the pressure on Internet and telecom infrastructures,” said Isma Lule, the Brand & Marketing Director at StarTimes Uganda.
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