The Full List Of Channels on Nigcomsat and How To Get Them

DSTV, GoTV, and StarTimes may be the major cable TV providers in Nigeria, but they certainly aren’t the only ones. Nigcomsat with the full meaning being Nigerian communication satellite also offers Cable TV services in Nigeria. In this article, we explore the full list of channels on Nigcomsat and how to get them.

Nigcomsat falls in the category of cable TV providers, that offer free to air channels. This sets them in a spot to compete with the likes of Multi-TV and other cable TV vendors, who do charge cash for services provided.

The Full List Of Nigcomsat Channels

Nigcomsat may not be a veteran in the cable TV business, but they have been able to over their several years of existence Habor channels that fall in categories that include news, entertainment, sports, and religion, and lots more. The Full List of Nigcomsat Channels available as at the time this article was written is outlined below.

  1.  BCS Starcross
  2.  NTA Entertainment
  3.  Rahma TV
  4.  TVN
  5.  Live TV Africa
  6. Alminhaj
  7.  Kid Zone
  8.  TVC News
  9.  Harpazo TV
  10.  Beat Plus
  11.  NTAi
  12.  TVC Entertainment
  13. GVTV
  14.  Emmanuel TV
  15.  MBC3
  16.  MBC 2
  17.  MBC Max
  18.  MBC Action
  19.  OurrootTV
  20.  Nigerian Immigration Service TV
  21.  Peace TV
  22.  JW Broadcasting
  23.  Trybe TV
  24.  Televista
  25.  Baby TV
  26.  MBC Bollywood
  27. Silverbird
  28. Wazobia Max
  29.  Quest TV
  30.  Core TV
  31. Galaxy TV
  32.  St Sport Focus
  33.  JBM Benue
  34.  OPM
  35.  Dunamis TV
  36.  ACBN
  37.  MFM
  38.  Nta news 24
  39.  People tv
  40.  TV Taraba

How to get Nigcomsat Channels

The requirements to get NigcomSat channels include:

  1.  A universal decoder
  2.  A satellite dish of 60cm or larger.

In the Universal decoder (either Strong or DigiSat) you’d need to set the following parameters

Frequency: 12518 MHz

Symbol Rate: 29500 MHz

Polarization: Horizontal

When mounting your Satellite Dish, the dish should point it to 42.5°E. This would provide a full TV signal.

Note: 42.5°E is a little below the DSTV position.

After setting the parameters on your universal decoder and mounting your satellite dish the next thing you’d need to do is to perform a scan.

There you have it, a comprehensive guide on a full list of Nigcomsat channels, and how to get them in any location with full coverage. If you have any questions or contributions, drop a comment below.

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