by - 12:21:00

MultiChoice is the owner of both DSTV and GOTV digital Television service and has constantly being in the bad books of Nigerians whenever they announce increment of the different Pay TV plans. MultiChoice policy is to review cost ever 3 years or if the economic situation demands an urgent review.

The recent change in price is premised on numerous factors that are now confusing most watchers of the industry. On one hand, multichoice has decided to start putting the burden of the new 7.5% VAT announced this year on their customers without explaining who was paying the previous 5% charge.

Again, it is clear the company has cleverly created some packages while taking some off. In doing this, the simple rejigged the stations available to each plan and also the pricing. 

But it is important to understand that the increase in Dollars will have affected the company adversely as a lot of their contents are paid for using the foreign currency. 

Above all, the company is still providing access to digital television for as low as 410 Naira only.

DSTV Prices Effective from June 1st, 2020:

DSTV Padi: N1800 to N1850

DSTV Access: N2000 to N2150

DSTV Yanga: N2500 to N2565

DSTV Family: N4000 to N4300

DSTV Confam: N4500 to N4615

DSTV Compact: N6800 to N6975

DSTV Compact +: N10,650 to N10,925

DSTV Premium: N15,800 to N16,200

GOtv Prices Effective from June 1st, 2020:

GOtv Max: N3200 to N3280

GOtv Jolli: N2400 to N2460

GOtv Jinja: N1600 to N1640

GOtv Lite: N400 to N410

Do i need to tell you to renew you subscription before 1st of June?

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