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EURO 2020: StarTimes slashes decoder price, offers all matches on N1700 package

UEFA Euro 2020 is starting in about six days. To ensure that every home can enjoy the thrilling tournament, StarTimes is offering a wide range of affordable watching options.

Starting June 5, new subscribers can enjoy a special Euro 2020 offer as StarTimes dish and decoder kit will be slashed to N8900 as against N11,200. The dish decoder comes with a month subscription for subscribers to see all the EURO 2020 matches live in HD as well as enjoy over 120 TV and audio channels.

For existing subscribers, StarTimes brings all the matches on basic bouquet (antenna users) for N1700 monthly or Smart Bouquet (dish users) for N2200 monthly.

For more flexibility, StarTimes subscribers can choose to recharge monthly, weekly or daily. Daily subscription is N160 daily on basic bouquet and N200 daily on smart bouquet.

From June 11 to July 11, the top 24 European teams will play 51 matches, up to three matches a day during the group phase.

“We are excited to air UEFA Euro 2020. We expect great action with most of the world’s best players and teams participating. Football fans have been forced to pay ever-higher prices to watch major competitions in the past. This isn’t right. Football should be made available for all. This is what StarTimes strives to achieve, to ensure that every African football fan can enjoy Euro 2020,” Viki Liu, Content Director, StarTimes Nigeria said.

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