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House of Reps says DSTV price increase unacceptable, insists on pay-as-you-go

The House of Representatives says the increase in subscription by Multichoice/DSTV, is unacceptable, insists on Pay-As-You-Go (PAYGO). Rep. Unyime Idem, Chairman, House of Representatives Ad Hoc Committee investigating the non-implementation of PAYGO Tariff said this on Monday in Abuja. He said that given the current situation as occasioned by COVID-19 pandemic, Multichoice/DSTV should suspend the increase
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BBNaija Season 5: Potential housemates in quarantine ahead of premiere

BBNaija season 5 kicks off July 19

ja By Benjamin Njoku Multichoice Nigeria has announced that Season 5 of the popular TV reality show in Africa, Big Brother Naija, BBNaija, will kick off on Sunday, 19 July. This announcement follows the conclusion of the online auditions back in May which recorded over 30,000 entries from BBNaija hopefuls across the country. BBNaija season
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Pay television company, Multichoice Nigeria, has dismissed reports that it is set to increase subscription rates for its DStv and GOtv packages from June 1.

Multichoice campaign offers discounts for consumers’ loyalty

By Princewill Ekwujuru & Ephraim Oseji As Pay TV operators are battling declining trend in patronage, Multichoice Nigeria, owners of Digital Satellite Television (DStv)and GOtv platforms is busy appreciating its subscribers for their support by offering discounts on their subscription in a campaign tagged;  We’ve Got You. The key messages were #DStvThereforYou and GOtvDeyYourSide, and were launched in
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Senate moves to invoke antitrust law against Multi Choice

Customers thumbs up MultiChoice’s We’ve Got You Campaign

With the gradual ease of the lockdown orders imposed by both the Federal and state governments to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), economic activities have been hugely disrupted. On account of the disruption, incomes have stopped or shrunk, forcing many Nigerians, especially in the lower-income bracket, to trim or completely stop spending on some items. A balm to the economic injuries is, however, being applied by MultiChoice Nigeria through its recently launched We’ve Got You campaign

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