StarTimes launches StarTimes Inside BlackArk TV

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StarTimes launches StarTimes Inside BlackArk  TV
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StarTimes Uganda, today has launched a partnership with U home  Holindings - Tiantang Group on a TV brand - StarTimes Inside BlackArk TV. This innovation comes with StarTimes Inside, a technology that connects you to StarTimes TV channels without the need for a decoder. It connects to both antenna and satellite signals anywhere across the country and gives access to over 300 channels.

The StarTimes Inside BlackArk TV is designed to work on both electricity and battery, a feature that is often sought as the solution to the frequent power blackouts in urban areas while also meeting the demand for rural communities where electricity is a luxury. The unique feature that makes the StarTimes Inside BlackArk TV stand out from other available brands in the market is its wide voltage range (11V – 15V) which makes it capable of resisting power fluctuations.

In addition, the TV is built with a metallic body for additional protection and has a strong motherboard which makes it able to resist internal heating. For now, the StarTimes Inside BlackArk TV is available in 32-inch in all StarTimes branches countrywide and at selected dealer outlets for an attractive price. A new connection comes with 1 month of StarTimes subscription.

“StarTimes Inside BlackArk TV is board less, it can be used in families with and without access to hydropower, we are proud to collaborate with a brand that makes it possible for Ugandans to enjoy the beauty of digital TV, AC / DC, plus StarTimes Inside technology. StarTimes Inside BlackArk TV will revolutionize TV entertainment” Said Jesse, Vice President of U home  Holindings, under Tiantang Group.

StarTimes Vice President said, “We welcome this cooperation with BlackArt TV as it is one of the innovations we have brought into this Pay TV space to revolutionize the industry as we make it increasingly easier for Ugandans to access and enjoy digital television at an affordable price.”

About StarTimes Inside Technology

StarTimes Inside TV is a particular TV set that is enhanced with StarTimes Inside technology that connects to StarTimes antenna and Satellite signals / Channels without using any external decoder. This chip is embedded in the TV motherboard at factory level.

StarTimes Inside TV is identified by the StarTimes Inside logo/tag on the box pack and it is available in all StarTimes branches and dealers countrywide. BlackArk TV joins the list of TV sets with this technology and this innovation will expand to more brands.     

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