In a bid to bring the StarTimes Uganda Premier League closer to every Ugandan, StarTimes has cut their decoder prices by over 25%.
This was announced by the company in a statement released indicating that the price cut applies to both Antenna Decoder (DTT) and Satellite decoder (DTH).
“As one way of giving more families access to digital TV in Uganda, StarTimes has officially announce a 25% price reduction of its decoder,” read part of the statement.
“This price cut applies to both Antenna Decoder (DTT) and Satellite decoder (DTH). Antenna decoder now is at 39,000/- while satellite full kit is at 99,000/-. Decoder comes with 1 month FREE of highest bouquet.”
The Pay TV company signed a 10-year sponsorship deal for naming and broadcasting rights of the Uganda Premier League and Fufa Big League in 2018 in a deal worth billions of dollars.
They broadcast the league via Sanyuka TV and on Thursday will bring the first regular game of the Fufa Big League when Gadafi FC and Mbale Heroes face off in the highly anticipated Eastern derby.