Namibia excluded from DStv subscribtion fees reduction

19 Oct 2016 18:40pm
WINDHOEK, 19 OCT (NAMPA) – Video entertainment company Multichoice Namibia confirmed the exclusion of Namibia from a reduction in the Digital Satellite Television (DStv) subscription fee.
In a statement issued here Wednesday, MultiChoice Namibia General Manager, Roger Gertze said Namibia, Nigeria and South Africa are excluded from the reduction in monthly subscription fees, while Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Botswana will have the monthly fee reduced.
Gertze said Multichoice Namibia DStv subscribers can however look forward to an upgrade of bouquets as from 01 November 2016.
“DStv is combining more quality and variety to its bouquets to ensure everyone has access to the best family entertainment at a price they can afford.”
Enhancements will be made on the DStv Premium bouquet, DStv Compact bouquet and the DStv Family bouquet.
“This major boost in entertainment value across all DStv bouquets demonstrates our commitment to ensuring DStv customers receive great entertainment and best-in-class value. The changes we are making here are not only a defining moment in our MultiChoice story, but also a defining moment in the African entertainment landscape and we are proud to be pushing as hard as we can to delight DStv customers.”