Startimes Ghana Contact Number
Startimes has really gained roots in Ghana, and the company was able to achieve this with its magnificent viewing experience.
There are a lot of people in Ghana who have acquired Startimes, however, a few of these customers know the contact details of Startimes.
Well, this article is carefully curated for people who really want to contact Startimes but have little or no idea about how to go about it because we will be looking at the Startimes Ghana contact number as well as other contact details.
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Startimes Ghana Contact number
In Ghana, the company has provided a contact number on which their customers can reach them on. The number that is provided by the company is 0242437888.
Startimes Social Media Handles
In addition to the number, the company has set up various social media handles on several social media platforms where customers who choose to utilize modern-day technology can reach them on. Below are the URLs to these handles;
StarTimes is a Chinese electronics and media conglomerate with a significant presence in Sub-Saharan Africa.
StarTimes provides consumers with digital terrestrial television and satellite television services, as well as technologies for countries and broadcasters transitioning from analog to digital television. StarTimes will be present in 30 countries by July 2020, with 13 million DVB subscribers and 20 million OTT users.
Pang Xinxing, a Chinese engineer who is also the company’s current chairman, founded StarTimes Group in 1988. StarTimes began expanding its operations into Africa in 2002.
In 2007, it became Rwanda’s first digital television operator. StarTimes has since established subsidiaries in 30 African countries.
In 2011, StarTimes established its translation and dubbing center, which has an output capacity of 10,000 hours and dubs in eight languages: Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Swahili, Hausa, Yoruba, and Luganda.
StarTimes held a Swahili dubbing competition in Tanzania in 2016. Winners were offered positions at StarTimes’ Beijing dubbing studio.
Later, similar competitions were held in Mozambique (Portuguese), South Africa (Zulu), Nigeria (Hausa), and Côte d’Ivoire (French).