Tamale: StarTimes marks five-year anniversary with opening of new office

BY: Kweku Zurek
StarTimes marks five-year anniversary with opening of new Office in Tamale
StarTimes marks five-year anniversary with opening of new office in Tamale

Africa’s leading digital TV operator StarTimes has officially opened a new office space in Tamale as part of its overall strategic expansion across Ghana.

StarTimes, celebrating five years of operation in Ghana, expanded its network of offices with a fifth official office in the Capital of Northern Ghana.

StarTimes Ghana held its grand opening event and ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, October 21 in Tamale, Tishigu first floor MTN building.

The official broadcaster of the Ghana Premier League is set to welcome the return of Real Tamale United and its supporters into elite football in Ghana with her official landmark presence in the Northern region.

The new Tamale Office adds up to StarTimes’ already existing spots in Accra, Airport Residential Area, Lapaz, Odorkor and Kumasi city-style building near Baba Yara Sports stadium alongside its dealers and agents across the entire country.

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,” she said.

“It is on the back of this that our product and bouquet offering is affordable.”

“StarTimes is not new to the people of Tamale as we have operated through a couple of dealers and agents in the region 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.”

The new Tamale office opens to new and existing customers, Monday to Friday 8 am to 6pm, Saturdays 9am to 5 pm and Sundays 12pm to 5pm.

StarTimes is a Pay Tv service provider with a strong presence in Sub-Saharan Africa. It 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.