At five, GOtv lights up Garden City with customer fair
As part of activities to celebrate its fifth anniversary in Nigeria, GOtv recently unveiled plans to stage nationwide celebration gig tagged Customer Fair, which commenced last week in Port Harcourt, Rivers State capital.
Indeed, residents of the Garden City had loads of fun, as thousands of customers, who attended the event, were thrilled beyond their expectation, with music acts, comedians and dancers on parade. Also, GOtv ambassadors, Daddy Showkey and Mr Ibu led other celebrities, including Aki, Pawpaw, Helen Paul and Oritshefemi, to make the Fair an exciting and fun-filled one.
In attendance at the customer fair, which drew quite a crowd of fun lovers, were GOtv dealers and sales agents. Naija FM’s DJ Kentalky provided music, while Helen Paul and MC Acapella hosted the show, spicing the evening with jokes.
Guests could not help but hit the dance floor when Oritshefemi and Daddy Showkey took the stage at different times during the event and performed their older and newest songs. Meanwhile, subscribers, who had difficulty with their hardware or service, were attended to by the GOtv Clinic set up at the venue for that purpose.
“One striking thing about GOtv is the refreshing and exciting content. The picture quality and sound clarity are outstanding. Customer relationship is superb. You feel loved when a customer care representative calls you to serve you,” a subscriber, Ada Obi said.
After Port Harcourt, the Customer Fair train will storm Enugu today, then move to Ibadan on October 22, Abuja on October 29 and then Lagos on November 5.
GOtv was first launched in Nigeria in Ibadan on the 11th of October 2011 and since then, it has enabled hundreds of thousands of households in over 50 cities. At each event, GOtv subscribers will be treated to music, dance and comedy by an exciting line-up.
Managing Director of MultiChoice Nigeria, John Ugbe said that MultiChoice customers are at the centre of all the organisation does, that is why the company has put together a series activities to say thank you to all subscribers who have stayed with GOtv since its launch in 2011.
“We began the GOtv fifth anniversary with the launch of GOtv Lite in August. For only N400 monthly, GOtv Lite is giving more Nigerians the opportunity to be a part of the digital migration. GOtv has been digital since inception, so all subscribers to the GOtv Plus, Value and Lite packages will have nothing to worry about when the transition happens.
“To also commemorate GOtv at 5, we have rewarded close to 200,000 subscribers who stayed continuously connected from 18 July to 30 September with one month complimentary viewing this October,” he added.
GOtv was first launched in Nigeria in Ibadan on the 11th of October 2011 and since then, it has enabled hundreds of thousands of households in over 50 cities in 24 states and the FCT join the digital television revolution.