Free to air channels (FTA) simply means those TV channels that you can watch without paying for any subscription. Setting up FTA channels are as easy as any decoder installation. Although, there are specific frequencies and positions of free to air channels receivable in Nigeria. But after going through this step by step guide, you will find it simple to setup.
May be for one reason or another, you decided to give a break to pay TV services and take advantage of free to air satellite TV channels. Although there are some quite cheap PAY TV services in Niger, for example, GOTV, STARTIMES TV and CONSAT TV. These three brands are considered to be the cheapest pay TV services in Nigeria 2020. But however, there are always a reason to make adjustment at some point in time. Read also>> Top 10 best Internet providers in Nigeria
Therefore, in this post am going to walk you through how to get frequency and positions of free to air satellite TV channels receivable in Nigeria and some other countries in Africa. Some of this free channels are indigenous while some are foreign TV channels. Most of the programming you will receive from this FTA are religious activities, local sports channels, local news, political activities and live coverage of events within Nigeria.
Advantages of free-to-air channels
- no payment of any tv package plan before receiving channels.
- paying for subscription renewal is not applicable.
Below are frequencies and positions of Free to air satellite TV channels receivable in Nigeria. Read also>> EAST GUIDE TO RESET STARTIMES DECODER AFTER PAYMENT
Frequencies & positions of FTA Channels in Nigeria
Free to air channels on Gotv
GOTV free channels
GOTV free channels without subscription include; Rivers State Television (RStv) on channel 103, NTAI, Edo Broadcasting Service (EBS) on channel 104, all FM’s and Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State (BCOS) on channel 105.
Also, StarTimes TV added free channels for the month of April. The channels include; Nigeria Television Authority (NTA), Silverbird News 24, Africa Independent Television.(AIT) and Channels Television