Numerous DSTV/Gotv subscribers are complaining bitterly concerning the price reap-off of this present subscription regime and contemplate it as a cheat and believe that they ought to solely pay for what we eat.
Nonetheless, Multichoice Nigeria might be launching a pay-per-view (PPV) choice within the nation. Pay-Per-View (PPV), will permit viewers to pay a further payment to watch a selected program both on a cable or a satellite TV,
The company says this is able to permit subscribers to watch some essential programs not out there on their bouquet. Although, at an additional price to the willing customers.
In response to the HPR, “Pay TV operation is not like the telecom version where you pay for the amount of airtime you want to use. Pay-as-you-go, as believed by some customers, is not obtainable in the pay-TV business,”
“Paying for PPV in Europe and the UK is equivalent to paying for two months subscription in Nigeria. We know Africans love boxing that is why we are bringing the best thing that is happening in the world to Africa.”
One subscriber lamented bitterly saying…“Having a pay-per-view could be an alternative, as to me the current subscription regime is a cheat on me. Initially, I used to do the full bouquet like N13000 ($ 42.5) and then I just thought I was wasting money and reduced it to around N3000 ($ 9.8). What I really watch on the DStv is the E!,” stated Ms. Olamide, a DStv subscriber.
This may be an improvement but in addition, keep in mind that there isn’t any adequate electrical energy to watch what you’re subscribing for.