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MultiChoice Announces New Rates for its Products

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Beginning from May 1, 2017, the prices for DStv and GOtv packages will be increased by 5 per cent.

This was disclosed in a text message from MultiChoice, owners of DStv and GOtv on Sunday.

“Dear DStv customer, due to a price adjustment, your Premium package fee changed from N13,980 to N14,700, effective May 1, 2017,” the message read.

See details of the new rates:

DStv Premium: From N13,980 to N14,700

Compact Plus: From N9,420 to N9,900

Family : From N3,600 to N3,800

Compact: From N6,000 to N6,300

Access bouquet: N1,800 to N1,900

Commercial: N1,720 to N1,850

GOtv plus: From N1,800 to N1,900

GOtv Value: From N1,200 to N1,300

GOtv Lite: From N400 to N450

 

In a statement on Sunday, John Ugbe, the Managing Director of Multichoice Nigeria, said:

We announced last year that we would do everything possible to hold the price barring any extreme factors. However, all our content is purchased in dollars and although we have done everything possible to hold the prices even with the prices of everything else going up, we are now left with no choice but to adjust our subscription prices from May 1.

Our key priority is to put subscribers’ needs at the heart of everything we do and, therefore, in determining the price adjustment, we took into account many factors, including the impact on the customer; current inflation, which stands at 19 per cent; programming costs; and efficiencies within the company.

The DStv Premium, DStv Compact+, DStv Compact, DStv Family and DStv Access packages will continue to be available at varying pricing points to allow subscribers flexibility in price and choice without compromising quality or variety. We thank our customers for their support during the past year,” he added.

11 Comments

  1. efixi

    April 3, 2017 at 12:32 pm

    this people are legitscam. …………..

  2. Nike

    April 3, 2017 at 12:58 pm

    What content have they been buying with the back to back repeat series, programme and all, as usual Nigerians wldn’t protest and NCC wldn’t do anything. Rubbish

  3. ruth

    April 3, 2017 at 1:22 pm

    who is still using dstv? with ur unlimited internet and Android TV box u can get over 5000 channels​, more than what dstv can offer you. I assure that you will throw away your dstv box for life.

  4. Deji

    April 3, 2017 at 1:31 pm

    It’s a private company, it’s sole purpose is to provide service and make profit. If you don’t like it, then don’t purchase their product.

    Those Premier league matches you watch live, don’t come cheap! Wasn’t it the reason that Hitv crashed?

    If want to critise make strong arguments not emotional rants. Oh! I forgot naija woman!

  5. tosyno

    April 3, 2017 at 5:04 pm

    Dollars don come down biko! !! No scam us

  6. Chymoh

    April 3, 2017 at 5:39 pm

    Fellow Nigerians in our president’s voice the only way to get these peeps back to their senses, since there are no major cable tv competitors is to stick to the “Access Bouquet” which is now 1900. then there eyes will open. mtsheeeeeeeeew

  7. Akpeno

    April 3, 2017 at 6:09 pm

    So, after they have killed our people in their home country South Africa, they have the guts to continue the Killing in our own country!?,,, Our government is a BIG DISGRACE! Allowing these South Africans do this to us both Home and Abroad….

    Disgraceful Government!

  8. Deji

    April 3, 2017 at 7:05 pm

    Nigerians sha! I hope you guys realise that :
    1) They are a source of employment in Nigeria
    2) They provide businesses for Nigerian Contractors,helping our economy.
    3) They are one of the few multinational companies (outside Oil and Gas) that have national presence.

    In 2017, NTA still broadcasts analog signals! We hosted Nigeria ’99, Nigeria/Ghana ‘2000, COJA’2003. We even built stadium that nobody uses! Why couldn’t we have upgraded our equipment then? Abi it wasn’t budgeted for?

  9. Zayt

    April 3, 2017 at 7:48 pm

    It’s not NCC o it’s NBC!

  10. kay

    April 4, 2017 at 10:20 am

    Reasonable increase

  11. Sulaiman

    April 4, 2017 at 3:40 pm

    we benefit nothing but price hike only with silly complains they r been backed by our foolish leaders

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