StarTimes unveils the new Mega Bouquet and Mega Step-Up promo

StarTimes unveils the new Mega Bouquet and Mega Step-Up promo

StarTimes, Africa’s leading Pay Tv service provider is set to spoil customers with a feast of premium entertainment this Christmas season with the newly launched StarTimes Mega Bouquet.

The new premium bouquet called MEGA Bouquet, offers over 250 satellite channels with more content in Sports from the best leagues across the world, Movies, Documentaries, Telenovelas, Cartoons, Lifestyle, Religion and World News.

With as low as GH¢ 150 per month, subscribers gain access to the all-new Mega bouquet.

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StarTimes unveils the new Mega Bouquet and Mega Step-Up promo Photo credit: Startimes
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As part of the festive season campaign, StarTimes is also offering subscribers more and more in the Mega Step-Up Promo which runs from 20th November to 31st January, 2024.

Subscriber pays 2 months of their current bouquet package and instantly gets upgraded to the next higher bouquet for free for 2 months.

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Customers also get to pick up exciting gifts when they visit any StarTimes branch office to pay their subscription. Terms and conditions apply!

“We are very excited to offer our cherished subscribers an opportunity to enjoy more of premium content this Xmas with their family and loved ones.”
“This promo offers so much more and I entreat all customers to subscribe and experience a new world of entertainment on StarTimes.”
“Just pay 2 months of your current bouquet and get upgraded to the next bouquet for 2 months. What’s more, the Super Bouquet subscribers get an extra 10 days free in addition to the 2 months step-up offer which gives you a total of 70 Days!” said the General manager of StarTimes Ghana, Mrs. Akofa Banson.


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