List of All 6 Nigeria Law School and Location

in this post we will be able to provide our readers details about nigeria law school in nigeria, firstly,The Nigerian Law School is a form of graduate school for lawyers in Nigeria. No law graduate is considered to have finished with legal studies until he/she registers at any of the Nigerian Law Schools and graduate from there.

Nigerian Law School

The Nigerian Law School is set up by the federal government of Nigeria in 1962 and the purpose was to train Nigerian law graduates and foreign lawyers on Nigerian law practice. The institution had been providing practical training for all the aspiring legal practitioners in Nigeria.

Before the Nigerian Law School was established, aspiring legal practitioners in Nigeria had to travel to England to receive legal practical training and they were all called to the English Bar.

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The students of this institution are trained on ethics, corporate law, property law and civil and criminal law. Since inception to date, up to 70,000 lawyers have graduated from this school and called to bar.

The fees paid at the Nigerian law school are somewhat high and this makes it rather difficult for the less-privileged to also attend the Nigerian Law School. The fees were however reduced after call was made by Asbayir Abubakar a legal practitioner, that the fees be reduced, has of the time of writing these post the recent amount for law school is 300,000(three hundred thousand naira)

Only students that graduate from recognized law faculties in Nigeria universities are given admission into the Nigerian Law School. The new director of the Nigerian Law School is Dr. O. A. Onadeko.

There is a generally observed dress code in the Nigeria law school and all students are required to adapt by this rule.

In order to succeed in the Nigerian Law School, the student will have to be well prepared to face the attendant challenges. The student needs to be in good health also and this is the reason he/she must attend to his/her health, just as he/she attends to his/her books.
Reading start immediately one resumes at the Nigerian Law School; this is very important if the student must succeed here. Attendance of group or class discussion is also very important, since it helps the student remember what is taught and also perform better during examinations. The student also needs to be focused on studies so as to make the required grade point. The most important aspect of the Nigerian Law School is the examination. The student needs to put all effort to this in his/her own interest.

There are quite a number of law school campuses in Nigeria. You can decide on any of them for your legal training. In this write-up, you will not only learn about the various courses offered in Nigerian Law School; you will also learn about the various law schools in Nigeria. It proves to be informative and interesting.

List of Nigerian law schools

If you studied law outside Nigeria and you want to practice law in Nigeria, you are also required to attend the Nigerian Law School.below are location of 6 law school in nigeria

  • Bwari close to Abuja: This campus became the headquarters of the Nigerian law school in 1997.
  • Yola in Adamawa State
  • Yenagoa in Bayelsa State
  • Bagauda in Kano state
  • Agbani in Enugu state: It is referred tyo as the Augustine Nnamani campus
  • Lagos campus: It was established in 1962. It was however relocated to its present location in 1969.

CRIMINAL LITIGATION

They are divided into the following aspects:

  • Introduction
  • Arrests & Searches
  • Pre-trial Investigations & Police Interviews
  • Institution of Criminal Proceedings
  • Presence of the accused
  • complaint and witnesses
  • Bail
  • Charges
  • Constitutional Safeguards to ensure fair trial
  • duties of counsel and the court
  • Trials and presentation of evidence and advocacy
  • Concluding Addresses
  • Judgment and Sentence
  • Appeals
  • Knowledge

CIVIL LITIGATION

The courses involved under this class are grouped into the following:

  • Introduction
  • Prelim matters before commencing civil action
  • Courts with civil jurisdiction
  • Interlocutory of Applications
  • Third Party Proceedings
  • Inter pleader Proceedings
  • Injunctions
  • Mareva Injunction
  • Anton Piller Injunction
  • Pre-trial Issues
  • Evidences
  • Preparing for trial
  • The course of trial
  • Trial Advocacy
  • Judgment
  • Enforcement
  • Appeals
  • Election Petition
  • Matrimonial
  • Sharia

PROPERTY LAW PRACTICE

  • Laws to property transactions
  • Essentials of power of attorney
  • Essentials of a Deed
  • Registration of titles
  • Assent Outcomes
  • Rent in Leases
  • Transfer of Lease
  • Mortgage
  • Sale
  • Contracts
  • Titles
  • Conveyance
  • Billing
  • Wills- Taking
  • Instructions and drafting of wills
  • Letters of Administration
  • Administration
  • Winding up of Estates.

CORPORATE LAW PRACTICE

The courses are divided into the following aspects:

  • Choice of Business and Non-Business Organization & Formations
  • Foreign Participation
  • Promotion of Companies
  • Pre-Incorporation Contracts
  • Matters before commencement of Business Alteration of Memo & Articles of Companies
  • Incorporated Trustees
  • Registration of Companies
  • Corporate Governance & Administration
  • Securities
  • Restructuring
  • Winding Up
  • Dissolution
  • Proceedings

LAW IN PRACTICE (ETHICS & SKILLS)

The courses are grouped into the following aspects:

  • History of the Legal Profession & Regulation
  • Relationship with and Duty of Council to colleagues
  • Appointment and Discipline of Judicial Officers
  • Qualification
  • Discipline & Procedure of Removal
  • Contempt of Court
  • Rights of Legal Practitioners
  • Duty of Counsel
  • Controlling Bodies in the Legal Profession
  • Instigation Litigation
  • Soliciting
  • Dinner Etiquette
  • Advertising
  • Attracting Business.

 

Richest Fuji Musicians In Nigeria And Their Net Worth+ History Of Fuji Music

how many Fuji musicians do you know in Nigeria? Fuji music is not really that very, very popular in the country but there are many talented and skilled musicians that can thrill you endlessly. Today, our focus will be on the Top Ten Fuji Musicians in Nigeria and Their Investment Worth. We hope you enjoy it.

IT arguably one of the most dominant ethnic music in Nigeria today. That original music was known as Ajisari or Were music. Over the years, many Fuji musicians have been produced. We will consider the current to 10 of the existing musicians. So see the Top Ten Fuji Musicians in Nigeria and Their Investment Worth below and have fun.

Ayinde Wasiu Mashal – Net Worth | N750 Million

Ayinde Wasiu Mashal

Popularly known as K1 D Ultimate, Ayinde Wasiu Mashal is Nigeria’s richest Fuji musician. K1 is known for introducing the genre to the sounds of keyboards, saxophones and guitars. He has been in the Fuji music industry for a very long time and has about fifty albums (including non-studio ones). His worth is estimated to be N750 Million.

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Abass Akande Obesere – Net Worth | N500 Million

Here is another prominent Fuji Musician in Nigeria. Obesere forced his way into the limelight through his “vulgar” songs, which openly touch on issues that are considered taboo in the conservative Yoruba community.

Pasuma Wonder – Net Worth | N455 Milllion

Pasuma is the Founder of “Wasber Records,”. He is one of the most popular Fujia musicians in Nigeria. His real name is Wasiu Alabi Ajibola  Otedola but is widely known as Pasuma Wonders. He adds a modern touch to his style of music, making it more appealing to a wider audience.

Saheed Osupa – Net Worth | N450 Million

Osupa is a Nigerian Fuji musician born in the city of Ajegunle, Lagos state. Saheed Osupa started music professionally as a teenager in 1983. His first album was titled Fuji Fa Disco. He has also appeared in over 30 Yoruba movies making him not only a musician but also an actor.

Adewale Ayuba – Net Worth | N400 Million

Adewale Ayuba popularly known as Ayuba, Mr. Johnson and the Bonsue-fuji maestro was born May 6, 1966 in Ikenne Remo, Ogun State Nigeria. He grew up as a child singer. By the age of eight, he started singing at Local Musical Competitions and fiestas in Ikenne.

Sule Alao Malaika – Net Worth | N300 Million

Sulaimon Alao Adekunle popularly known by his stage name Ks1 Malaika is a Nigerian Fuji musician who started playing and performing music from an early age in a quranic school in the suburb of Lagos known as Agege. He is another prominent fuji music singer in Nigeria.

Muri Thunder – Net Worth | N100 Million

Thunder’s real name is Muritala Ademola Salaudeen. His music career dates back to when he was in high school at the United Christian School Apapa. He had so much love for music that he had to drop schooling which didn’t go down well with his Parents that they even threatened to disown him. Today, he’s a known name in the fuji music sector.

Taiye Currency – Net Worth | N85 Million

Alhaji Taiwo Akande Abdulrasheed Adebisi was born on the 17th of December 1974 into the family of Mr. Ganiu Amaoo Adebisi (Late), and Alhaja Mojisola Aduke Adebisi. He started his band with the support of his mother at age 17, he formed Currency Band with his twin brother (late) Mr. Kehinde Alayoke Adebisi, his Idowu, Mr. Musbau Adebisi and his late manager Rahmon Akilapa. That was when the entertainment body was planted, and it’s still growing stronger till date.

Here is the Top Ten Fuji Musicians In Nigeria And Their Investment Worth. Did we omit anyone? Let’s hear from you below.

How To Check If Your National ID Card Is Ready

After registering for the national ID card,it takes some month for the permanent ID card to come out but you will be given a temporary paper slip in place of the real ID card. This is because the permanent national ID card takes time before it is printed. As a result, many people do not know when their card is ready for collection. This tutorial will guide you to know How To Check If Your National ID Card Is Ready for collection so you could collect it.

National ID Card

This guide on How To Check If Your National ID Card Is Ready, is especially important for those who registered and applied for the national ID card a long time ago. Instead of waiting, it’s possible you are not aware. So use this guide here to know if the card is ready for collection.

To check if your national ID Card is available, take the following steps:

  1. Log onto https://touch.nimc.gov.ng/
  2. Click on Click To Proceed”.
  3. Enter your First Name, Last Name and National Identification Number (Last 6 digits of your NIN) in the column provided.
  4. Click on “Check Now”.
  5. If your card is ready for collection, you will be notified and vice versa.

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Collection Centres

If your Card is out and you want to collect it, approach any of these centres. There are NIMC centers in the 36 states of the federation. Depending on the state you reside in, you can visit any of these centers to enrol for and obtain your National ID Card. To check the nearest NIMC Centre by your locality, do the following:

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All Teams That Have Qualified For Russia 2018 World Cup

world cup

World Cup 2018 gets hotter and closer, we bring to you the list of All Teams That Have Qualified For Russia 2018 World Cup. It took Argentina the last group match to qualify for the world cup. Messi literally t Argentina to the world cup by bagging a hat-trick in the 3-1 defeat of Ecuador. Else, Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal has also qualified while Russia, the host are already qualified due to hosting rights.

Spain, Germany, France, England, Belgium etc have all also booked their place in the world cup. The likes of Iran, Japan, South Korea and Saudi Arabia from the Asian continent have already qualified as well. So, who else has qualified and who stands the chance to qualify through a play-off? See them all below.

We will be listing the qualified teams based on their continents for easier understanding.

world cup

Europe (UEFA)

  1. Russia
  2. Belgium
  3. Germany
  4. England
  5. Spain
  6. Poland
  7. Serbia
  8. Iceland
  9. France
  10. Portugal

Play Off Qualifiers

  1. Switzerland
  2. Italy
  3. Croatia
  4. Denmark
  5. Northern Ireland
  6. Sweden
  7. Republic of Ireland
  8. Greece

South America (Conmebol)

  1. Brazil
  2. Uruguay
  3. Argentina
  4. Colombia

Play-offs: Peru

North and Central America (Concacaf)

  1. Mexico
  2. Costa Rica
  3. Panama

Play-offs: Honduras

Asia (AFC)

  1. Iran
  2. Japan
  3. South Korea
  4. Saudi Arabia

Play-off winners: Australia

Africa (Caf)

  1. Nigeria
  2. Egypt

There are still 3 teams left to qualify from Africa who still have group games to play. Tunisia will face Libya and need just a point to qualify. DR Congo still have hopes of qualifying as well. Meanwhile, Ivory Coast host Morocco on 11 November seeking a win to leapfrog their visitors at the top of Group C. Finally, Senegal will need two more points to be in Russia 2018 and they face South Africa in a two-legged tie.

Intercontinental play-offs

Honduras, Peru (South America) and Australia (Asia) and New Zealand (Oceania) will face themselves in a play-off.

  • Peru v New Zealand (6-14 Nov)
  • Honduras v Australia (6-14 Nov)

So these are All Teams That Have Qualified For Russia 2018 World Cup and those yet to qualify.

All Universities That Accept 120 And 180 Cut Off Mark

120 And 180 Cut Off Mark

This is the season of Universities post-utme and screening examinations. Everyone wants to know the different cut off marks of different schools. In this article, we will show the list of All Universities That Accept 120 And 180 Cut Off Mark for the 2017/18 academic season. this will help many students to prepare for post utme exams in these schools if they didn’t meet up in their chosen schools. Why? most of the institutions listed here accepts post-utme even from students who didn’t apply to them view Jamb exams.

120 And 180 Cut Off Mark

As you could recall, earlier last month, JAMB announced that the general cut off marks for 2017/18 academic session will be pegged at 120. However, it still announced that schools are free to chose their own cut off marks. As a result, this list of All Universities That Accept 120 And 180 Cut Off Mark, is about the schools that retain the JAMB directives on 120 and those that maintained last year’s 180 cut off mark. So, see for yourself below.

The following schools accept 120 as cut off point for admission into their school of higher learning. They include,

The following schools accept 120 as cut off point for admission into their school of higher learning. They include,

  • Achievers University
  • Adeleke University
  • Caleb University
  • Fountain University
  • Caritas University
  • Novena University
  • Renaissance University
  • Ojiagu-agbani University
  • Evangel University
  • McPherson University
  • South Western University
  • Samuel Adegboyega University
  • Wellspring University
  • Western Delta University
  • Wesley University
  • Summit University
  • Edwin Clark University
  • Hezekiah University
  • Kings University
  • Arthur Javis University
  • Crown Hill University
  • Clifford University
  • Coal City University.

These ones here are the schools with 180 cut off marks. they include:

  • Bayero Universityy
  • Afe Babalola University
  • Oduduwa University
  • Pan – Atlantic University
  • Veritas University
  • Ritman University
  • Federal University Wukari
  • Federal University Lokoja
  • University of Ilorin
  • Federal University Ndufu Alike
  • University of Maiduguri
  • University of Port Harcourt
  • Nnamdi Azikwe University
  • University of Uyo
  • Usman Dan Fodio University
  • Michael Okpara University of Technology
  • Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University
  • Federal University of Technology
  • Owerri, Federal University of Technology
  • Niger, Akwa Ibom State University
  • Ekiti State University
  • Enugu State University
  • Ondo State University
  • Lagos State University
  • Osun State University
  • Ladoke Akintola University of Technology

All Universities That Accept 120 And 180 Cut Off Mark. Most of them will definitely accept post-utme application even from candidates who didn’t apply to them. So, all you have to do is to make your research on these schools. Also, keep checking on us as we bring to you different post-utme updates.

Airtel Night Data Plans Subscription Codes And Prices

Airtel Night Data Plans

Have you ever thought about having a cool night browsing without data exhaustion? Then, you have stumbled on one of the best data plans for your night browsing. With the All Airtel Night Plan Subscription, Codes And Prices, you are assured of cheap night data plans that would allow you do whatever you want to do at night. Just easily.

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Do you want to watch movies online? Do you want to stream live shows or football? You have heavy file downloads or file transfers to do? Then, this All Airtel Night Plan Subscription, Codes And Prices is the bet. One good news is that these plans allow you to buy data for cheap and allows other flexibility in the data plans. So, let’s not bore you with this story and show you what you can get in the Airtel night data plans.

Airtel night data plans seems to be the best in town now. Let’s take a look. We will handle the different night plans on offer and you choose yours.

 

  1. Airtel Unlimited Hourly Night Plan

This plan offers you unlimited data for 2hrs, and costs ₦1000. Perfect for unlimited downloading, torrenting and other heavy internet activities. To subscribe for this, make sure you have enough space for downloading. Who does.t like that?

How To subscribe for Airtel Unlimited night browsing plan

Recharge ₦1000 & dial *481# For Unlimited Data; to be used between the hours of 12am to 6am.

Airtel Night Data Plans

  1. Airtel SmartTRYBE Night Plan

The smartTRYBE night plan is for smartTrybe subscribers. If you’re on the TRYBE prepaid plan, then this is perfect!if not, you can easily migrate to the tariff and enjoy the night plan. This plan gives you 1.5GB for ₦200 and 500MB for ₦25 (between 12am – 5am), but you must be on the SmartTRYBE prepaid package to use this plan.

How to subscribe for Airtel 1.5GB Night Data Plan

  • Recharge your sim with ₦200.
  • Dial *312#.
  • Then, type and send 3 (Airtel Night Plans)
  • Afterwards, choose 1.5GB plan by typing 2
  • Please note: (Validity: 1 Night between 12am – 5am)

How to subscribe for Airtel 500MB Night Data Plan

  • Recharge or ensure you have at least ₦25 in your Airtel line.
  • Dial *312#.
  • Type and send 3 (Airtel Night Plans).
  • Then choose 500MB plan by typing 1
  • Please note: (Validity: 1 Night between 12am – 5am)

How To Use Remita Transfer Money To Different Banks In Nigeria

How To Use Remita Transfer Money To Different Banks In Nigeria

Remita happens to be one of the best and trusted e-payment platforms around Nigeria today. most Nigerian schools uses remita in making payment in schools today,But that is not our focus on this article. Rather, we want to bring to you How To Use Remita Transfer Money To Different Banks In Nigeria. You will find it very helpful.

How To Use Remita Transfer Money To Different Banks In Nigeria

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As we learn How To Use Remita Transfer Money To Different Banks In Nigeria, you need to also understand that many corporate firms use Remita to pay salary as well. So, this platform is trusted. And the good news? You don’t need to be a registered user to be able to use Remita. You can use this platform for payments even as a unregistered user. Let’s show you how below.

As pointed out above, you can make payment to any bank in Nigeria using Remita. And there are two ways you can do that. You can do that either as a registered user or an unregistered user.

As a Registered Remita User

To make payments as a registered user,

    • Log into Remita with your credentials.
    • Select the Payments Menu and choose the type of payment you wish to make (e.g. salaries, vendors) and follow the on-screen instructions.

As an Unregistered user

To make payments as an unregistered user,

How To Make Recurring Payment

By recurring payment, we mean payment that happens from time to time. Let’s assuming you want to be sending you son in school money every Friday. So, instead of coming online everytime to make the payment, you can fix it to be recurring. When you have fixed it, whenever it gets to the time of payment, Remita will automatically make the payment on your behalf. People who use this mostly are corporate organisations in paying salary.

  1. Log onto remita.net.
  2. Click on “Pay Family & Friends” or any other option you wish to use.
  3. Once opened, on the top of the form, click on “recurring payment
  4. Then, fill the form.
  5. Please take important note the following
    1. Every – select how often you want the payment to be made (day,week, monthly, quarterly, yearly etc).
    2. Start date and end dates (if you want the payment to go on within 6 months or whatever duration you want.).
    3. Then, every other needed information.
  6. Afterwards, click on “submit”.

I hope we been able to provide you on How To Use Remita Transfer Money To Different Banks In Nigeria,pls kindly drop your question on the comment box

How To Apply For Tax Identification Number (TIN) In Nigeria

Tax Identification Number

we all knows the necessity of tax payment in Nigeria cannot be over stated. As a matter of fact, tax payment is one of the basic obligations of a citizen of any country. Government of every nations cannot do without taxes. Given this background, we bring to you How To Apply For Tax Identification Number (TIN) In Nigeria so you can be able to contribute your quota to the development of the nation.

Tax Identification Number

This guide on How To Apply For Tax Identification Number (TIN) In Nigeria is very important for both individuals, business owners and business corporations. The Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) is a unique number allocated and issued to identify a person (individual or Company) as a duly registered taxpayer in Nigeria. Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) is to be used by that taxpayer alone.

Before we give you the guide on how to obtain your TIN, let’s consider the requirements before you apply.
Requirements For TIN Application

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The requirements vary according to who is applying for the TIN. We have classified them differently for easier understanding.

For Individuals

  1. Duly completed TIN Application Form
  2. Form of identification – National Driver’s License, International Passport, National
  3. Identity Card, Official (Staff) ID card, Certified copy of your full birth certificate
  4. Passport size photo (if unemployed)
  5. Contract of employment or letter from employer
  6. Utility bill

For Self-Employed Persons

Not incorporated but has register the business name with the Corporate Affairs Commission:

  1. Duly completed TIN Application Form
  2. Application letter on your company letter headed paper
  3. Business Name Registration Certificate
  4. Utility bill​
  5. Note: Official Business Stamp is required

For Incorporated Companies

  • Certificate of Incorporation forms CAC2 and CAC7
  • Your memorandum and article of association
  • Your company seal – this will be used to stamp the TIN registration forms at the FIRS office.
  • Utility Bill – PHCN or Water bills
  • A written application to the office of the FIRS chairman on your company’s letter headed paper
  • The completed TIN application form (The FIRS office gives this form in triplicates, so you are expected to fill and submit the forms). The tax application will request for the following information:
  • Name of your Company
  • Registered Office of your company
  • Business Address of your company (you may leave this blank if your registered office is same as your business address)
  • Precise Nature of your Business
  • Date of company Incorporation
  • Date the Company Commenced Business
  • Accounting Date of your company
  • Name and Address of Banker(s) (if you have opened a bank account)
  • Particulars of Major Shareholders of your company
  • Particulars of Directors of your company
  • Name and Address of Auditors for your company
  • Name and Address of Tax Representative of your company

The original copy and 2 photocopies of each document, the originals are required for sighting only, one copy will be left with the FIRS, and one copy will be stamped and signed by an FIRS official as evidence that you have made an application.

How To Apply For Tax Identification Number (TIN) In Nigeria

Having seen the requirements, let’s show you how you can now apply for TIN.

  1. After having the above requirements ready, you can approach any Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) Office near you to collect the form and fill it.
  2. Afterwards, submit it and follow any other instruction you will be given till you TIN is given to you.

OR,

  1. If you are a new business owner, you TIN will be processed for you at the same time of your registering your new business. So, you will not need to re-apply for it again.

OR

  1. Log onto the TIN Application portal
  2. Select and click on anyone you want to apply for (whether personal, corporate or business).
  3. Fill the application form.
  4. Follow whatever else you are asked to do.

Finally, be informed that TIN application is free. Take Note.

Having seen the guide on How To Apply For Tax Identification Number (TIN) In Nigeria, you can now start your application.

What Are Full TSTV Satellite Features?

TSTV satellite

The newly launched TSTV satellite is already making waves in the Paytv sector. Many persons are now sitting up and asking what are full TSTV satellite features? In case you are among those asking, relax, we have you covered. We have decided to bring to you the full features of the TSTV satellite to you.TSTV satellite

The answer to the question of What Are Full TSTV Satellite Features, would likely surprise you. It is so big and huge that many are even afraid if it’s real and true. The answer is yes. It is real, it is true and above all, it is cheap. With only #5,000 (five thousand naira, you will purchase the TSTV dish and decoder). The only thing left is your subscription which is made to be affordable to everyone. We shall treat them all below here.

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So, let’s break down these and answer the questions one after the other.

Features of TSTV Decoder

Here are the features of the TSTV decoder.

  • 200+ Channels,
  • Pause, Record and Play back Feature
  • Free Wifi: 20GB Free data
  • Inbuilt Camera for video calling
  • Affordable subscription
  • Webcam
  • Video calls with other subscribers via IP
  • Pause subscription function
  • 50GB internal storage
  • External hard drive compatibility (up to 1TB)
  • Internet access
  • Wi-Fi 802.11ac
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • USB 3.0
  • 1GB Ethernet
  • RF for hybrid remote controls

TSTV Subscription

Like we said earlier, the TSTV subscription is made to be very affordable to all categories of persons. Here are the subscription plans.

Bouquets Price Data

Bouquet (Plan) Amount Data Bonus
Monthly Bouquet N3, 000 10GB
Two weeks Bouquet N1, 500 5GB
Ten Days Bouquet N1, 000 3GB
Weekly Bouquet N750 2GB
Three Days Bouquet N500 1GB
Daily Bouquet N200 500MB

TSTV Data Bonus

As you have seen in the above table, the TSTV offers data bonus to all subscribers. When you purchase the TSTV and subscribe for the first time, you will be given a whooping 20GB free of charge. However, from subsequent subscriptions, you will be given 10GB, 5GB, 3GB, 2GB, 1GB and 500MB depending on the plan you paid for.

If your data expires, you can also purchase 1GB for #300 only. So, 10GB will be #3,000. Please also note that YOU DON’T USE DATA TO WATCH TSTV. The data is given you as a bonus for your subscription. Please take note.

Benefits of the TSTV

The TSTV comes with many value added services for her customers. These benefits are what is not obtainable with other Paytv around the country. So here are some of the benefits.

  1. Watch All League Games: for the sports lovers, TSTV allows you to watch all league games. It has a total of 12 sports channels.
  2. Hotspot Service: Allows you connect your phone’s wi-fi to the decoder’s hotspot.
  3. Video Conferencing: you can use the TSTV camera to do video calls.
  4. Video Recording: allows you record favorite videos and other shows. It comes with a 50GB storage space for you to record all you want to. This is enabled by its pause-and-play feature.
  5. Pause Function: you can pause your subscription for a maximum of 7 days. This is obtainable with only the monthly sub plan. So, instead of 30 days, you could use the TSTV for a 37days period.
  6. Cheap Subscription: you may wish to compare the TSTV subscription plans with that of GOTV and DSTV. One major benefit of TSTV is that even if you subscribe for the cheapest plans, you will still have access to all the channels. Who else can beat that?