MultiChoice raises prices of DStv, GOtv packages

MultiChoice raises prices of DStv, GOtv packages

MultiChoice has raised the prices of its DStv and GOtv packages by about 17 percent.

The company disclosed this on Tuesday through a text message to customers, the new rates will become effective from May 1, 2023, in Nigeria.

According to MultiChoice Nigeria, the price review was due to the increasing costs of business operations in the country.


The New DStv and GOtv Prices

The text message read, “Please note that from May 1, your monthly subscription (premium) will be N24,500. To retain your old price of N21,000 for up to 12 months ensure you are active by April 30.”

Subscribers on the Compact+ bouquet will now pay an additional N2,350 with the new price of N16,600 up from the N14,250 previously paid monthly.

The Compact bouquet will now cost N10,500 as against N9,000 with an increase of N1,500 while Confam package subscribers are set to pay N6,200 as against the previous N5,300.

Customers of the DStv Yanga and Padi bouquets with the new price will pay N3,500 and N2,500 respectively, up from N2,950 and N2,150.

For GOtv subscribers, the Supa package will now cost N6,400 as against the former price of N5,500.

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GOtv Max viewers will have to pay N4,850 up from N4,150.

The GOtv Jolli package price has been increased to N3,300 from the previous N2,800 subscription cost; while the GOtv Jinja and GOtv Lite will now be N2,250 and N1,100; up from N1,900 and N900 respectively.

MultiChoice Nigeria however made an offer to its customers who may renew their subscriptions before their expiry dates.

The offer allows customers to pay the old rates for 12 months if they pay monthly before the expiration of their subscriptions.

MultiChoice also offered subscribers who pay one year in advance, before the new prices come into effect, the opportunity to pay the old tariffs.

A similar price increase by an average of 4.3% across DStv’s satellite pay-TV portfolio was also effected on April 1, 2023, in South Africa by MultiChoice.  However, the price percentage increases were overall smaller than in previous years.


Author: abokimallamfx