MultiChoice Set to Increase DStv and GOtv Subscription Price Again

Multichoice Nigeria has announced that they’re increasing the prices for their DStv and GOtv packages starting May 1st. They sent an email and SMS to customers explaining this change. They mentioned that the costs of running their business have gone up, which is why they’re raising the prices.

This isn’t the first time Multichoice has raised prices. They did it in April and November last year because their expenses were increasing. This time, they’re doing it again due to rising inflation in Nigeria, which is making things more expensive for everyone.

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Other big companies in Nigeria, like Nigerian Breweries Plc, Guinness Nigeria, StarTimes, and Netflix, are also raising their prices because of these economic challenges. Even the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission has raised the cost of electricity recently.

Multichoice acknowledges that this price increase might be tough for their customers, but they feel it’s necessary because of the higher costs they’re facing.

Starting May 1, customers on the DStv premium package will pay N37,000 instead of N29,500. Those on the Compact+ package will pay N25,000 instead of N19,800, and those on the Compact package will pay N15,700 instead of N12,500.

For the Confam, Yanga, and Padi packages, the new prices will be N9,300, N5,100, and N3,600 respectively. The price for the HDPVR Access Service, Access Fees, and Xtraview bouquets is also going up from N4,000 to N5,000.

On GOtv, Supa+ subscribers will now pay N15,700 instead of N12,500. Subscribers on the Supa package will pay N9,600 instead of N7,600, while those on the Max bouquet will pay N7,200 instead of N5,700. The Jolli package will cost N4,850 instead of N3,950, and the Jinja package will go up from N2,700 to N3,300. Smallie subscribers will pay N1,575 instead of N1,300.

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