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4 Sep
AND so, T4T was watching this Yoruba movie, Adun Aye, on DSTV early in the week, as usual, one of the so many repeated movies the Pay TV outfit has shown to the extent
21 Jul 2020
PAY TV business has always been a topic for debate in the country, considering the epileptic power supply, as consumers continue to lament losses. Many have pleaded for flexible subscription such as pay as you go, but considering the naira fluctuations
11 Jul 2020
Teeth 4 Teeth was watching a Yoruba movie titled Afala Ojo on Friday, July 3, 2020, around 6.am. The movie starred Femi Adebayo (show me any Yoruba movie that does not star Femi Adebayo anyway
11 Jul 2020
The Chief Executive of the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC), Mr. Babatunde Irukera, has stated that the pay-as-you-go billing model
30 Jun 2020
Nigerian subscribers to the Digital Satellite Television (DStv) service, owned by South Africa’s multinational company, MultiChoice, have insisted that the Federal Government must compel the firm to introduce a Pay As You Go service in the country.
7 Jun 2020
Entertainment is one of only a few unifying factors that bind Nigerians as a people. Sports, also a form of entertainment, is the other.
19 Jan 2020
Multichoice Nigeria’s DStv and GOtv platforms have emerged as Nigerians’ preferred Pay TV service providers for home entertainment during the festive season of November and December 2019
18 Jan 2019
There is a widespread belief that pay-television services are too expensive, particularly when operators increase prices for their services. And it is rightly so.Added to that, subscribers traditionally watch only 15% or so of the channels available.....
26 Aug 2018
Pay TV operator, MultiChoice Nigeria, has described the court ruling restraining it from implementing its new subscription rates as an affront to free market economy.
7 Aug 2018
GOtv Sabiman is a programme that tutors participants on the rudiments of service activation, response to customer enquiries and resolution of issues about GOtv services.
13 Oct 2017
The total number of pay-TV subscribers in Africa has reached approximately 23.7 million.This is according to a report by market analyst firm Dataxis, which notes this represents quarter-on-quarter growth of 2%, and year-on-year growth of 18%, compared to the second quarter of 2016.
17 Mar 2017
Africa’s pay-TV revenue for the year 2016 stood at $4.4 billion and is forecast to reach $6 billion by 2021.

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