MultiChoice offers best of football season, unveils FestiveTogether campaign in Lagos
Football lovers across Nigeria have been promised the best of football season, as leading video entertainment company, MultiChoice Nigeria yesterday unveiled a special campaign offer to treat customers on its DStv and GOtv platforms to a memorable festive period. The Chief Customer Officer, MultiChoice Nigeria, Martin Mabutho said in Lagos yesterday that the FestiveTogether campaign…
WWE Women’s revolution as evolution hots up on DStv
Wrestling fans in Nigeria will, on Monday, have an opportunity of watching history being made, as the first-ever WWE pay-per-view event featuring women superstars will be exclusively live on DStv.
Napoli versus Liverpool Champions League, other matches on DStv, GOtv
Battle between Senegal teammates, Kalidou Koulibaly and Sadio Mane will headline the second Matchday of the UEFA Champions League’s group stage. Napoli will play host to Liverpool in a Group C clash at Stadio San Paolo today, with the tussle between Koulibaly and Mane set to be a key factor in deciding the outcome. The…
Ade Bakare Designs for DSTV series, Battleground
Anyone who’s an avid viewer of the new hit TV series, Battleground, would have noticed how elegantly dressed the characters are, especially Adora and Teni. And if you’ve been wondering who’s behind the precision-cut of the two female actors, look no further than ace designer, Ade Bakare. The owner of the eponymous brand was approached…
Consumers lament as DStv defies court order, continues with new tariff
Consumers of Digital Satellite television (DStv) in Nigeria, owned by South African multinational company- Multichoice, are angry over their inability...
DSTv defies court order, woos customers to new tariffs with promo
Depite the restated order of the Federal High Court, Abuja, on Tuesday that the August 20 proclamation restraining MultiChoice Nigeria Limited from increasing the subscription tariffs for its cable television, DSTv, subsists until it is set aside, the firm has gone ahead to effect the new tariffs with a promotion to woo its subscribers.
Court restates order stopping DSTv from hiking tariffs
The Federal High Court in Abuja has insisted that the order it made on August 20 restraining MultiChoice Nigeria Limited from increasing the subscription tariffs for its cable television, DSTv, subsists until it is set aside.
DStv prepares special compact For Alex Iwobi
Video entertainment company, MultiChoice Nigeria, has unveiled a brand new campaign for the DStv Compact package that features its latest brand ambassador, Super Eagles and Arsenal forward, Alex Iwobi. The latest campaign featuring the ace player explores intrigue, passion, discovery and suspense that is available on the Compact bouquet. Iwobi’s remarkable energy, passion on the…
DStv shuns court injunction, retains new rates
Satellite service provider DStv has continued to implement its new bouquet rates despite court order restraining the action. DStv is a Sub-Saharan African direct broadcast satellite service owned by MultiChoice. The service launched in 1995, provides multiple channels and services to its more than 11.9 million subscribers. An official of DStv, who declined to give…
MultiChoice unveils DStv now, apps for big screen
MultiChoice has unveiled DStv Now, an internet based service with live sports, live TV, shows and movies on Catch Up. It is now available via three new lean-back apps. These apps make it possible to turn any TV in the house into an easy-to-use DStv hub without the need for a decoder.
TStv, NigComSat team up to battle DStv, others
TSTV, the wholly owned Nigerian Pay TV operator which failed to impress at launch has reportedly teamed up with Nigerian Communication Satellite (NigComSat) for a relaunch.
CPC seeks suspension of MultiChoice’s hike in DStv subscription rates
Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has obtained an ex-parte injunction restraining MultiChoice Nigeria Limited from implementing its recent hike in DStv subscription rates.Subscribers to the new Digital Satellite Television (DStv) had protested against its new tariff hike, which commenced at the beginning of this month.