Uganda’s premier pay-TV provider, MultiChoice Uganda, has reduced the prices of DSTV by 20% during the Christmas holiday season.
KAMPALA | LIFESTYLE UGANDA (https://lifestyleug.com/) — During this Christmas season, MultiChoice Uganda, the home of great pay-TV entertainment, has reduced its DStv prices by 20% from Ushs 99,000 to Ushs 79,000 for its subscribers.
- From shs 99,000 to shs 79,000, Multichoice Uganda cuts its DSTV prices by 20%.
- The offer includes a free one-month subscription to DStv Access.
- It will be available starting on October 1, 2021, and will last for three months.
- You can read more about the new DStv and GOtv subscription fees here.
Starting October 1, 2021, the offer will be available to customers with a free subscription to DStv Access and will run for three months until the end of December 2021.
MultiChoice, as part of its goal to put customers at the core of its operations and make its services more accessible, is offering the best programs designed to meet families and individual needs at an affordable price, said Jonah Wegoye, the company’s Head of Sales.
“As part of our strategy to put customers at the heart of everything we do and make our services more accessible, MultiChoice is excited to bring the best programs that suit your family and individual interests at an affordable price,” said Jonah Wegoye, the Head of Sales at MultiChoice Uganda.
“This is a new price that is only applicable for first-time customers, and once payment is completed for your bundle package, an SMS will be sent to the customer to confirm.”
Joan Semanda Kizza, MultiChoice Uganda’s Public Relations and Communications Manager, said that this is just one of many offers the company has for those who are interested in joining.
“MultiChoice remains committed to providing the best video entertainment experience in Uganda by featuring the best local and international stories, providing up-to-the-minute news, as well as leading international series, films, documentaries and children’s entertainment,” Semanda said.
“On DStv Access, which is the package that this plan comes with, you have access to many great Telemundo movies, cartoons for your kids and some great movies on Mnet movies. DStv Access also gives you access to football games.” she added.
As part of its business plan, the company also announced a 23% cut in prices of its GoTV decoders , which is now shs 69,000 inclusive of a decoder and antenna, an installation service, and a one-month subscription to GOtv Plus.
Additionally, this announcement comes, about a month ago, when the company announced a 6% increase in certain subscription prices for both DStv and GOtv.
The new cut prices, however, mean that Ugandans now have access to multiple channels of their choice at relatively cheaper prices. Rooted in Uganda, MultiChoice Uganda is 100% owned by MultiChoice Africa Holdings, which also holds GOtv and DStv.
DStv and its sister network, GOtv, have been the principal choice of most Africans when it comes to watching sports and entertainment shows from all over the world for years.