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  1. For those of you who are glued to DStv, Multichoice has something for you this December and will allow all customers to access its Premium bouquet content over a limited period during the holiday season. “In the spirit of the festive season, DStv has made Premium channels available across all packages from 16 – 20 December 2020,” DStv said. It is important to note that the Open Window content is only viewable within the DStv streaming app and not the satellite decoder. Meaning you need to download the DStv streaming app if you don’t already have it. “The open window
  2. November last year 2019, we published an article that DStv was planning to launch a standalone dishless streaming service, now, the Pay tv provider has launched its dishless service. DStv has launched a standalone streaming service where customers can subscribe and watch all channels via the DStv app, without a decoder or satellite connection. All old and new subscribers can access the DStv streaming content on their preferred devices which includes smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles or smart televisions. The device should be linked to a consistent, high-speed int
  3. MultiChoice has officially launched its new Explora Ultra decoder, which includes built-in access to Netflix. Earlier in June, MultiChoice signed a mega-deal with Netflix and Amazon prime video to offers their streaming services through its new decoder. The new Explora Ultra will be available at selected retail stores from next week. According to MultiChoice, the new decoder offers customers an enhanced viewing experience and the best available local and international content from DStv and Showmax. “As part of the new experience, Netflix will be available for t
  4. Just like Netflix, MultiChoice owned video on demand platform has launched Showmax Free, an ad-supported streaming service that offers a selection of local and international series, movies and sports highlights for free. Showmax Free will feature local movies, series and sports shows. Users will be able to stream movies and binge-watch the first few episodes of available series for free – however, they will see adverts during playback and be prompted to upgrade to Showmax paid plans. Customers will be able to upgrade to the ad-free Showmax entertainment catalogue to acce
  5. The Pay-As-You-Go(PAYG) billing model advocated by Nigerians is not technically and commercially feasible, the Chief Executive Officer of MultiChoice Nigeria, owners of DSTV John Ugbe has stated. Few weeks back, Nigerians renewed the call on MultiChoice DStv to introduce PAYG in the country or else, they’ll dump their decoders. MultiChoice have responded… Ugbe, who spoke when he appeared before the House of Representatives Ad Hoc Committee investigating the non-implementation of the PAYG subscription model by satellite television operators, said the company does not have
  6. In such a time like where every Nigerians are getting tired of using MultiChoice DStv, TStv decided to make a comeback, to take over what belongs to them after 51 months of serious physical and spiritual battle from powers that be. You’ll recall earlier in June, it was reported that they bankrupted and chased out of their Building at Plot 1191 Gilmor Layout, Jahi, Abuja; well, they’ve secured another location in Kuje and are ready for business. TStv took to their social media handle, to announce their comeback/relaunch worldwide and it appears what they promised you ba
  7. Too bad, MultiChoice will be axing down two more TV Channels from its platform at the end of the month which includes – Disney XD and Fox Life. Beginning from the 1st of October, The Company announced that these two channels will stop airing on the DStv platform. According to MultiChoice, without giving specifics – said that “as of 30 September Disney XD and FOX Life will stop airing on the DStv platform. The change is as a result of an ongoing review of channels by content providers and platform partners”. The good news is that some of the popular Disney XD conte
  8. SUBSCIBERS to DStv and GOtv woke up on Tuesday to new subscription rates following upward adjustments of prices by MultiChoice. The adjustments came barely three months after MultiChoice increased its subscription rate for Nigerian customers. It hinged the latest review on the implementation of 7.5 per cent Value Added Tax (VAT) introduced by the Federal Government. A statement by the company said the decision was made after a review of its business operations and careful consideration of the market trend. Its Chief Executive Officer John Ugbe sa
  9. The Federal Government has directed Multichoice DStv, to suspend its planned increase in tariff which was to take effect from September 1. The government said the increase is “hostile to Nigerians who are currently going through harsh economic conditions”. According to the government, the company did not consult with it before the decision was made, saying it only read about the increase in the media like every other Nigerians. Multichoice had last week announced an increment in the prices of DSTV and GOTV subscriptions for the second time in less than four months
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