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Nigerians to welcome an IPTV Network "Pipul TV"

As Nigerians, heartedly welcome the rise of TSTV Africa some months back "An indigenous Cable Tv that was launched in Nigeria", The new cable network came in promising Nigerians to enjoy a lot more for their money such as the Pay As You View (PAYV) subscription, pause subscription, complimentary internet service, Video call and an array of amazing TV channels with premium entertainment, informative and educative programs that cut across all genres: News, Music, Religious, Sports, Health, Kids, Fashion and Lifestyle channels that better define the uniqueness of our diverse cultures and traditional values as a people in a single affordable bouquet.

Nigerians to welcome an IPTV Network "Pipul TV"

Have you heard of Pipul TV? If not, then this post is to get you informed.

What does Pipul TV mean?

Pipul TV is an upcoming next-generation, Nigerian-based national education and entertainment television and media communications network established to provide premium, high-quality media content. It is an IPTV service that has eliminated the data access cost and poor connectivity bottlenecks to subscribers in sub-Saharan Africa with access to over 350 premium international TV broadcasts, including European, American and Asian sports, movies, series, news, documentaries, science, entertainment, family, and kiddies television channels with video-on-demand titles for movies, TV series and educational content through the IPTV technology.

The most interesting thing about this TV is that it requires No Dish, No Antenna, No Installation, No Bouquets, No Cable before you can enjoy over 350 live and catch-up tv channels. plus over 19,000 videos on demand titles every month.

To enjoy all that has been mentioned above, you just need to purchase the Pipul TV set-up Box.

Nigerians to welcome an IPTV Network "Pipul TV"

How does Pipul TV works?
Pipul TV makes use of IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) to transmit and broadcast television programs through the Internet using Internet Protocol "IP" and multicasting with Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) for live television broadcasts and Real-Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) for on-demand programs and other common protocols which include Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) and Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).

You can enjoy all that has been said above with the Pipul TV Monthly Subscription fee that cost just NGN 3,500 for the full access to the channels.

You can also visit the Tv official website at to get more information and to make a purchase of the TV set-up Box or have your questions answered by them.

Don't forget to share your comments in the comment section on what and how you feel about Nigerians using an IPTV network.



  1. #3,500. That's a lot! Not many Nigerians can afford that.

    1. Yeah, you are right, but still affordable though considering what other cable TV are charging.