MultiChoice Nigeria launched 5 new packages

MultiChoice has unveiled five new packages for its DStv and GOtv platforms to provide more quality content at great value for customers this holiday season and beyond.

According to the company, as of December 1, DStv customers will have more entertainment options with the introduction of three new DStv packages: DStv Confam, DStv Yanga and DStv Padi. GOtv subscribers will also receive two new GOtv packages: GOtv Jolli and GOtv Jinja.

John Ugbe, Chief Executive Officer of MultiChoice Nigeria, said the introduction of new custom packages for Nigerians would open up a new level of entertainment and value for customers, offering them better choices and a whole new DStv and GOtv experience.

“We are constantly driven to ensure that customers are satisfied with the overall quality of our services. The new packages are exclusively curated from Naija and for Nigerians, driven by great programing and affordable prices. With improved package options available to our valued customers, they can choose a subscription plan that best fits their needs and budget. We remain committed to give millions of television viewers in Nigeria the opportunity to enjoy world class entertainment.” said Ugbe.

The new packages are provided with recently launched channels – Da Vinci, TNT Africa and Real Time – as well as other local channels, sports, cinema and general entertainment.

For new DStv packages, DStv Confam is a brand-new package designed for the whole family with over 120 channels. It’s BET’s home, Da Vinci Learning, TNT Africa and more, and the subscription price is N $ 4,500 a month. DStv Yanga has more than 94 channels. For 2,500 N per month, subscribers will be able to enjoy everything Nollywood has on amazing channels such as Africa Magic Epic, ROK 2 and Ebony Life. In addition, real-time lifestyle programming and good local and international music on MTV Base are also available. DStv Padi provides quality entertainment at any time with over 51 exciting channels for 1,800 N per month.