SES HD PLUS Ghana, the country’s premium high-definition satellite broadcast service provider, has expressed its commitment to broadcast programmes to promote the economic development of the country.
That, the Chief Executive Officer of HD PLUS Ghana, Mr Theodore Asampong, said was in line with the commitment of his outfit to make additional range of programmes in high definition quality channels accessible to more satellite television homes in the country.
He said this at the launch of the Afro Sini HD on HD+.
Mr Asampong said the launch of Afro Sini HD follows a high demand by HD+ subscribers for an exclusive African Movie channel.
He said Afro Sini HD, a subsidiary of XYZ Broadcasting, a 24-hour channel, is now available to HD+ customers with an active subscription, adding that the channel targets lovers of premium Ghanaian and African movies, series, music and reality shows suitable for family viewing at no extra cost to existing HD+ customers with an active subscription.
“HD+ was the first TV service in Ghana to introduce the Afro Sini HD channel and we are excited about the impact it will make in Ghanaian homes, especially for HD+ subscribers who are looking for premium local Ghanaian and African content in HD quality.”
He said the HD+ Decoder offered features that gives viewers control over their TV viewing moments such as the ability to pause, record and rewind live TV where viewers can watch TV on the go via the My HD PLUS app on mobile phone and tablets with free data that is provided every month.
Mr Asampong said HD+ Decoders could be purchased at all Multi TV dealers and Electroland outlets across the country and activated on any mobile network by dialling *879# to unlock the HD viewing experience.
“Existing HD+ subscribers can continue to enjoy the HD+ FeeliFeeli Experience by subscribing for a package via the HD+ USSD code for GH¢25 a month. Customers who opt for quarterly and yearly payments will be able to enjoy further discounts from the standard monthly package, using the same USSD short code,” he said.
Bernie Anti, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of XYZ Broadcasting detailed, “Growing up, the local word “cine” always brought extra excitement to our otherwise routine lifestyles and this is exactly what we intend to bring to the typical Ghanaian home and every HD+ subscriber.”
BY KINGSLEY ASARE