The television right owners of Ghana football has opened a new office in Ashanti regional capital to boost their services
Broadcaster of the Ghana Premier League has invested millions of dollars in Ghanaian football and is still striving to do more for the Ghanaian economy.
The Chinese company achieved yet another major giant stride as they opened a new office in Kumasi on Thursday, February 11, 2021.
The Office opening did not come at a better time than the month of Love where StarTimes will be offering a free bar of chocolate to customers who walk into the shop for subscription recharge or decoder purchase on VALENTINE’S DAY.
First 100 customers in Kumasi also get GHC 5 discount on subscription recharge plus free technical support.
The new office opens to new and existing customers, Monday to Friday 9am – 8pm, Saturdays 9am – 8pm & Sundays 12pm – 6pm.
Speaking at the event, Head of Marketing, StarTimes Ghana Mrs. Akofa Banson revealed her outfit is committed to offering customers affordability.
“Our target audience is the mass market with specific emphasis on the middle-class earners who have for long in the past been denied access to affordable Pay TV services and compelling content.”
“It is on the back of this that our product and bouquet offering is affordable.”
“StarTimes is not new to the people of Kumasi as we have operated an office from the TCL shop in Adum since 2017.
With the opening of this new office, consumers can buy decoders, pay their subscription, change bouquet, buy accessories or make any general enquiries about StarTimes.”
StarTimes is a Pay Tv service provider with strong presence in Sub-Saharan Africa. StarTimes offers digital terrestrial television and satellite television services to its consumers.
With over 30million users in 30 African countries, StarTimes has become Africa’s leading Pay Tv service provider.