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Multichoice increases subscription rates — amid rising costs

Multichoice increases subscription rates — amid rising costs
November 03
13:46 2023

Multichoice Nigeria has announced an increase in the cost of its DStv and GOtv packages.

In an email to customers seen by TheCable, Multichoice Nigeria said the new rates would take effect from November 6, 2023. 

The latest development represents the second price hike from the pay-tv firm in the year.

MultiChoice Nigeria had reviewed prices on its packages on May 1, 2023.

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Explaining the rationale behind the latest hike, the company said the price adjustment was due to the rising costs of business operations.

“We understand the impact this change may have on our valued customers and partners, but the rise in the cost of business operations, has led us to make this difficult decision,” the email reads.

Detailing the price review, the firm said the price of the premium bouquet would increase from N24,500 to N29,500, and Compact+ from N16,600 to N19,800.

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From November 6, customers on Compact bouquet will pay N12,500 — up from N10,500 — the organisation said.

For Confam, Yanga, and Padi bouquet subscribers, accessing the packages will now cost N7,400, N4,200, and N2,950 — from N6,200, N3,500 and N2,500, respectively. 

The pay-tv company moved the prices of HDPVR Access Service, Access Fees, and Xtraview bouquets from N3,400 to N4,000.

Meanwhile, customers on Supa+ will pay N12,500, compared to the old price of N10,500.

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The GOtv Supa package was also adjusted to N7,600 from N6,400; while N5,700 is said to be the new price for GOtv Max bouquet as against the previous N4,850.

Also, the GOtv Jolli package price was increased from N3,300 to N3,950.

Multichoice said the price of GOtv Jinja bouquet will rise from N2,250 to N2,700; while GOtv Lite customers will now be required to pay N1,300, instead of N1,100.

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