TSTV failed to release their Dexterity decoder last year, 2017 but has really keep up with their promise about the Sassy decoder. The new TSTV Sassy decoder has been released for commercial sales in Nigeria.

Meanwhile, Bright Echefu – the CEO of TSTV, explained the reasons for the delay and has appealed Nigerians, reassuring them that the Pay TV won’t be disappoint. That’s why they had to release Sassy Decoder first in order not waste time and for Nigerians not to give up on them yet.

Features of TSTV Sassy Decoder

  • It’s sleek, compact and portable.
  • Sassy decoder contains up to 70+ channels.
  • You can use QuickTeller platform to pay subscription plan.
  • Pause subscription: You can pause your subscription for 7 days out of the 30 days but can only work on 1 month subscription plan.
  • PVR Function: You can record video and play it later on Sassy decoder.
  • Sassy decoder doesn’t support internet, so you won’t get the 20GB earlier promised.
  • The Dish, Remote and TSTV Sassy decoder costs just N3,500 only.
  • Daily subscription plan costs N200, 3-day subscription plan costs N500 and the weekly subscription plan costs N750.
  • Watch movies and videos directly from your USB or flash drive.
  • Fast booting in less than 15 seconds.

Where to Buy TSTV Sassy Decoder in Nigeria

TSTV Sassy decoders are already everywhere in Nigeria. You can get it in Port Harcourt, Lagos, Abuja, Ibadan and many more cities and states. See list of places and locations to get your Sassy decoder via here.

TSTV is also planning to release their Dexterity decoder very soon with internet and better features than even DSTV, just at the price of N5,000 only.

What’s your say about the TSTV Sassy decoder features and price?

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Precious Agbontan

Precious Agbontan

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