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Watch the Latest Blockbusters at Home Now with DStv’s BoxOffice!

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DStv Box Office Rental - BellaNaija - April 2014

DStv has launched BoxOffice on their Explora decoder! This is in line with their commitment to provide matchless world class entertainment across Africa.

BoxOffice, which is a movie rental service available to Premium Subscribers only on the Explora decoder, allows you to rent the latest Hollywood and Nollywood movies at any time in the comfort of your home!

According to DStv, BoxOffice is really easy to use and you can have access it by following the steps below:
1. First, buy an Explora Decoder with an active DStv Premium Bouquet and the latest software to access BoxOffice.
2. Next, register for BoxOffice by texting your Explora Smartcard Number to 32051 or by calling DStv Customer Care on 01-2703232.
3. Follow the instructions on your TV screen when the BoxOffice Catalogue is sent to your Explora Decoder.
4. Finally, lean back on your couch and enjoy the hit movie of your choice.

Movies cost only N400 each. You can rent a maximum of ten movies every day and up to 20 movies are available on your Explora Decoder! You can also view trailers of all movies available on BoxOffice before you buy them. After purchase, a movie can remain on your decoder for 48 hours after rental i.e. 2 days after you buy the movie.

DStv’s BoxOffice is a cool new feature that is guaranteed to up your TV viewing experience and now date nights at home are going to be possible!

For BoxOffice enquiries call 01-2703232, or visit any DStv office or dealer outlet, or log on to www.dstv.com.
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2 Comments

  1. SASSYCASSIE

    April 29, 2014 at 9:31 am

    ”Movies cost only N400 each. You can rent a maximum of ten movies every day and up to 20 movies are available on your Explora Decoder! You can also view trailers of all movies available on BoxOffice before you buy them. After purchase, a movie can remain on your decoder for 48 hours after rental i.e. 2 days after you buy the movie”

    N400 to rent or to buy? Color me slow but this bit is not very clear.

  2. Stephanie

    April 29, 2014 at 11:38 am

    ok
    blogsvila.blogspot.com

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