TsTv Decoder Price in Nigeria Buy & Subscribe


TsTv decoder is of two (2) types. They are sassy and dexterity.

These decoders might be products of the same company (TsTv Africa), but they differ in features and functionality.

I will discuss more about these functions and features later in this article.

The current price of tstv decoder in 2021 is 17500 Naira.

The Launching of TsTv Decoder in Nigeria

If you have been following the progress of tstv, you will know they have been looking for an entry point into the Pay Tv industry for a very long time.

Most people come to know about this company just recently, about the 4th quarter of 2017 when they finally launched and resume operation in October 2017 after many failures.

However, since their launch event on the 1st of October 2017, it wasn’t until the beginning of this year’s 2nd quarter (April 1st 2018) before one of their decoders and its accessories was made available.

Though they resume airing operations in 2017 allowing people with free-to-air decoders have access to all their channels for free.

But with the rolling out of the first generation of their decoders, access to those free channels has been restricted.

TsTv Sassy Decoder: Availability, Price in Naira, Features & Subscription.

The wait is finally over after all this time. On the 1st of April 2018, Tstv commence the sale of their sassy decoder. #sassyishere.


Sassy is like a mini version of their main decoder (dexterity) which offers much more mouth-watering features but is yet to be made available.

The Sassy decoder came with about 67 channels compared to over 200 channels on the dexterity decoder.

Since dexterity isn’t available yet, I am not going to talk much about it but rather focus on the Sassy that’s here right now.

This article will be updated once the dexterity decoder has been made available.

Price of Sassy Decoder in Nigeria

You can now get or buy sassy from various tstv dealers across Nigeria.

It’s currently selling for 3,500 Naira. Below is the content of the box.

  • Sassy decoder with a month free subscription.
  • Remote.
  • Dish.

Features of Sassy Decoder

  • PVR (Private Video Recorder): This feature allows you to record a live program and watch it anytime you want.
  • Pause Subscription: You can pause your monthly subscription for 7 days with this feature.
  • Channels: You get over 67 channels on this decoder.

Subscription Packages

There are daily, weekly and monthly plans.

  • 200 Naira for 1 day.
  • 500 Naira for 3 days.
  • 750 Naira for 7 days (1 week).
  • 1000 Naira for 10 days.
  • 1500 Naira for 14 days (2 weeks).
  • 3000 Naira for 30 days (1 month). You can pause for 7 days.

This decoder might be a threat to Gotv and Startimes but still won’t shake dstv. Hopefully, the dexterity decoder will.

TsTv Dexterity Decoder: Features & Price in Nigeria

This decoder hasn’t been officially announced. But there has been some rumour about it.

There is no official launch date yet but it is said to have a launch price of 5000 Naira.


The dexterity decoder is also said to come with free 10GB which can be shared over wi-fi for usage on phones and pc.

Also, you will get 20GB of data volume every time you renew your monthly subscription.

It comes with over 200 channels which include sports channels for EPL, La Liga and UEFA leagues.

It is a potential threat to dstv. I will update this when there is more information on this decoder.

There you have it guys of tstv decoder. Kindly share this article using the social sharing buttons below.

This article was most recently revised and updated on June 17, 2022


7 thoughts on “TsTv Decoder Price in Nigeria Buy & Subscribe”

  1. Mbeka Dornubari Samuel

    Our expectation is long overdue. Please you people should do things fast to avoid this rapacious exploitation from DSTV. I believe if other countries can make it, Nigerians can get it right too if we work properly for our aspirations.

  2. At N3000 monthly subscription, it’s coming more expensive than dstv. Was expecting a better or at least same price for starting which will eventually move downwards with more subscription.

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