ACTV launches Nigeria's first CAM-Card for Smart TVs

Thursday, July 23rd, 2015
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African Cable Television (ACTV) the newest entrant into the pay TV market in Nigeria seems not to be resting on its oars. With their brand promise of innovation and affordability, the company is raising the bar and redefining Nigerians’ experience in the pay TV sector.


First was the introduction of Nigeria’s first card-less HD/PVR decoder and now, just a few months after, they have launched the ACTV CAM-Card for satellite Smart TVs.

The Conditional Access Module (CAM) Card is an electronic device which equips an integrated digital television or what we call satellite Smart TVs to be able to capture and view satellite video channels directly without the need for a set-top box or decoder as it is popularly known.

African Cable television (ACTV) in order to bring this product to as many Nigerians as possible has entered into a partnership with LG, the global giant in audio and visual electronics and have sold 5,000 already in just a few months.

Speaking with Mr. Joseph Chitanta, Vice President and COO of African Cable Television on why this new move? He stated that globally all over the world, new ways of delivering quality video contents are being deployed and Nigeria cannot be left out. He said that since they have promised to give Nigerians the best TV experience, using innovation as driver, the ACTV CAM-Card is just one of the many innovative services they are bringing for Nigerians.

Truly Nigerians are in for exciting times with ACTV and we can only wait to see the next product they are bringing to the Nigerian public.