In as much as we are all clamoring for reduction in the price of MultChoice DStv subscription prices, reports shows that subscription is much more cheaper in this part of Africa compare to others.
Information on the DStv website has revealed that Nigerians pay over 55% less than other countries on the continent.
When compared to Ghana, Kenya and South Africa, DStv Compact costs N6,975 in Nigeria, equivalent to $15.50, while the same package costs 140GHS in Ghana, which is equivalent to $25.45..
In Kenya, DStv Compact costs KES 2,455, an equivalent of $24.55, while the same service goes for R359 ($21.11) in South Africa.
Also, in a recent financial report released by MultiChoice Group, South Africa has 43 per cent of its subscriber base and generates 66.35 per cent of its revenue, while Nigeria generates 10.89 per cent.
It further showed that a profit of $617.69 million was generated in South Africa with a trading margin of 30 per cent, while Nigeria did $329 million, 100 per cent less than what was realised in South Africa.
MultiChoice Group listed its challenges in Nigeria as: sporadic payment of government employees; food and travel inflation, which had a negative impact on consumer spend; and low oil price that increased the risk of currency weakness.
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