Court Stop DSTV from Increasing Subscription Fee.

A Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered Multi Choice Nigeria Limited, operator of the Digital Satellite Television, popularly known as DStv, to hold action on its planned subscription fee increment. Justice C.J. Aneke, who made the interim order last week, held that it would subsist till the determination of a lawsuit contesting the legality of DStv’s newly introduced rates and increase in tariffs payable by all its subscribers in the country. Two legal practitioners in Lagos, Osasuyi Adebayo Read More


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The Politics of the Dongle World

It is well known that Qsat has been working but breaking seriously. Other accounts and dongles are down completely.Why do I call this politics? After DST* upgrade, it didn't take Qsat a day to restore service. Why is it taking Azsky, CCCAM etc … [Continue reading]

Qsat AvaterCam is Back

Just when we thought Dst* has won the battle, Avatarcam rose from the dead and blazing very well and steady.Check yours now and enjoy the amazing clarity and stability of Avatarcam Qsat.Stay tuned to more update … [Continue reading]

Updates On Qsat And Other Dongles

I guess it's time to come back from the silence. This post has been long overdue. We are currently in the dark era in terms of viewing D S T V channels with Qsat, CCCAM etc. Qsat has been working in epileptic form and so does other protocols. D S … [Continue reading]