MULTICHOICE Zambia acting managing director Ngoza Kasunga Matakala says DStv is committed to offering the best digital television experience to its customers using the best available technology.
Speaking at a press briefing in Lusaka today to announce a reduction in subscription fees on all its packages, Matakala said the pay television channel had grown over the years.
Multichoice has reduced the DStv subscription fees on Access, Family, Compact, Compact Plus and Premium packages effective September 1, 2017.
“The price decreases will be as follow; DStv Premium subscription has reduced by 3.42 per cent and will now be at a price of K790. Compact Plus subscription has reduced by 16.04 per cent and will now be at a price of K450. Compact subscription has reduced by 6.54 per cent and will now cost K300. Family subscription has reduced by 2.43 per cent and will now be at a price of K200. Access subscription has reduced by 7.40 per cent and will now be at a price of K100. The new prices are effective 1st September, 2017,” Matakala disclosed.
“We are committed to continue to offer the best digital television experience to our customers using the best digital technology available. As you know MultiChoice Zambia is a joint venture between ZNBC and MultiChoice Africa and together, we have grown from strength to strength to become the best private public partnership in the pay TV sector in Zambia.”
She further emphasised to MultiChoice customers that DStv and GOtv were already digital and “you do not need to buy another decoder because we are here to stay”.
“Enjoy the new prices across all packages on DStv as we continue to make quality television affordable for all citizens,” said Matakala.