Open Week, an excellent opportunity to know new channels on StarSat

Pay TV operator StarSat announced today that its Open Week will run from 12 to 20 November 2016.
Open Week enables customers who subscribe to StarSat Special to view some of the channels from the StarSat Super package during this period. It also allows those subscribes who have discontinued their subscription, but still have the decoder and dish, to watch selected channels for free during this time.

Viewers can look forward to high quality channels such as Fox Life, National Geographic, Nat Geo Wild, ST Bollywood, ST Plus, ST series E1, ST Movies 1, IDX, and ST World Football-HD and ST Sport Premium HD.

One of the world’s most prominent documentary channels, National Geographic will broadcast Mars at 20:05 on 13 November 2016. Fox Life will broadcast popular drama series Atlanta and Pitch during Open Week, and sports fans can enjoy a variety of high class sport matches such as the Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1, European Qualifiers for 2018 FIFA World Cup and the WRC Rally Australia.

Commenting on Open Week, Mike Dearham, VP StarTimes Media said, “This year, StarSat has added many high quality international channels to its platform. Open Week is an excellent opportunity for all our viewers to have access and enjoy these channels.”

During Open Week purchase valtrex online StarSat Bollywood will be available in seven different languages; English, French, Portuguese, Swahili, Yoruba, Luganda and Hindi.

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About StarSat

StarSat is a satellite Pay-Tv network, offering digital TV packages into more homes across South Africa. StarSat offers its subscribers world class value-for-money packages, from just R99 to R199 per month, making digital TV available to everyone. With more than 100 channels on offer, subscribers have an excellent choice of movies, series, drama, news, knowledge, family, sport, kids, music and cultural programming.

For Indian viewers, StarSat offers StarSat Indian as an add-on package at only R99. Viewers can enjoy channels in Tamil, Hindi and English, featuring only the best from Bollywood, Indian glamour, entertainment, news and topical issues.

Chinese viewers have access to 17 dedicated Chinese channels – drama, news, movies and Kung Fu available as a standalone Chinese package for R199 per month. StarSat is the brand that replaced TopTV and was officially launched on 31 October 2013, by On Digital Media (Pty) Ltd. StarTimes has a minority share in ODM. StarSat is part of StarTimes International, a leading digital-PAY TV company, operating in 16 countries across Africa with 30 registered branches. For more information, visit: