MultiChoice’s New Promo Comes With Offer For Subscribers To Upgrade
The Step-Up offer, will officially begin on January 15 up and end on April 15. It is offered to both active and disconnected DStv Compact, Family and Access customers while subscribers on Value, GOtv Lite, Max and Plus are also eligible.
The promo gives DStv Family, Access and Family customers the opportunity to pay for an upgrade package and get a boost to enjoy higher tier programmes within 48 hours of activation.
DStv subscribers on the Access package can pay $10.95 for Family package and then receive a boost to watch programmes on the Compact package, while customers on the Family package can pay $18.61 for Compact package to enjoy Compact Plus package programmes. Likewise, Compact subscribers can pay $29.15 for the Compact Plus package and receive Premium package programmes.
The pay-TV service provider explained that subscribers on GOtv Plus, Lite and Value will receive an upgrade to GOtv Max when they pay $6.84.
Disconnected and active GOtv Max customers can also benefit from this limited offer to renew their subscription for $6.84. This campaign will provide GOtv customers on Lite, Value and Plus the opportunity to enjoy the premium content that is available on GOtv Max including the La Liga, Serie A, BET, FA Cup, Fox Entertainment, ROK 2, StarLife, CBS Reality and more.
According to MultiChoice Nigeria’s Chief Customer Officer (CCO), Martin Mabutho, the offer highlights the company’s commitment to offering its loyal subscribers more value for money, as they will get to view content on a higher tier than what they paid for.
Mabutho added that MultiChoice would enable more Nigerian customers to stay connected, entertained and informed with the latest news, local content, sports and general entertainment during this first quarter.
According MultiChoice, some of the exciting programming the viewers can look forward to this year includes matches of the 2018/19 Emirates FA Cup, the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and Champions League.
Credit: This article originated from www.guardian.ng