Leading video entertainment company, MultiChoice Nigeria, has kicked off the New Year for DStv and GOtv customers with a brand-new offer tagged ‘Step Up’.
Speaking with journalists in Lagos, the Chief Customer Officer, MultiChoice Nigeria, Martin Mabutho said the Step-Up campaign offer will give all active and disconnected DStv Compact, Family and Access customers the opportunity to pay for an upgrade package and get a boost to view programming on an even higher package within 48 hours starting from Tuesday, 15 January till Monday, 15 April, 2019 .
According to him, the offer reiterates the company’s commitment to give more value for money to loyal customers , adding that they will enjoy content on a higher package than what they paid for while encouraging them to remain active to enjoy quality entertainment lined up for the year.
“We are pleased to launch this first-of-its-kind offer that will give our customers the opportunity to experience the exciting programming available across higher packages at the price of a lower package. With this offer, we are giving a boost and topping up on what our customers pay for to enjoy more on our DStv and GOtv platforms. It’s our desire to make great content more accessible and we encourage our customers to take advantage of this special offer, ” he said.
Mabutho added that the offer will enable more Nigerians to stay connected and keep up to date with the latest news, sports, local content and general entertainment this first quarter.
Some of the exciting programming to look forward to starting from January includes matches of the 2018/19 Emirates FA Cup. This boosts MultiChoice’s major football title acquisitions, which include the Premier League, Serie A, La Liga and Champions League.
There is also, ‘’UFC, the world’s premier mixed martial arts (MMA) organisation. With over 40 live events a year and 100 hours of magazine programming, DStv and GOtv fans will see the world’s best mixed martial artists regularly appearing on their screens starting Monday, 28 January. For local content, there are the critically acclaimed telenovela, Ajoche, and hilarious comedy series, Flatmates, which will debut on GOtv this month on Africa Magic.’’
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