In a move that would avail its subscriber’s quality programming and more value, Multichoice, the leading pay-TV provider in Nigeria has announced a win-win offer for DStv subscribers following an upward review of its subscription fees.
Starting from October 1, 2012, all DStv subscribers on the Premium, Compact Plus, Compact, Family and Access bouquet who renew their monthly subscription before it expires will get 10% off the subscription rates.
What this means is that each month a subscriber pays before their DStv service expiration, they get a 10% rebate on the subsequent month’s payment which continues as long as the circle is unbroken.
While the company has slightly increased the subscription rates due to its operational and ancillary costs, the DStv 10% discount offers a win-win solution and allows subscribers to pay less than the current subscription rate if they keep their subscription running without interruption.
See the the table below showing the new rates, the discount price and how much you save.
Note: You don’t loose viewing days when you pay early, as your subscription gets extended for 30 days beyond its due date.
The PayTV company also reaffirms its commitment to continue to provide quality programming, improved customer service and deliver on its promise to remain the choice pay entertainment destination on the African continent.
Multichoice is a South African company that operates in the digital satellite pay-television business with DStv broadcasting the full range of information and entertainment programmes via M-Net channels and SuperSport since 1995.
The company also operates Internet and digital media platforms such as DStv Mobile, MWEB and DStv Online. MultiChoice is owned by the Naspers media group.