Looks like DStv subscribers will have to part with a little more of their money to continue enjoying quality DStv content. MultiChoice Africa announced an annual subscription price increase which will take effect on 1st April 2015.
According to MultiChoice Chief Operating Officer, Carel Snyman, in determining a price increase MultiChoice takes into account many factors including the impact on the subscriber, current inflation, satellite lease costs, programming costs and efficiencies effected within the company. The new DStv subscription increases are as listed below:
DStv continues to provide world-class home television entertainment, news and sports programming in line with the best digital pay television platforms worldwide. As an added value to active DStv Premium PVR subscribers, DStv enables subscribers to catch up on a selection of their favourite TV series, movies and sporting highlights for up to 7 days after their first broadcast on DStv. Furthermore, the new DStv Now app allows subscribers to watch Live TV, enjoy DStv Catch Up and view the TV Guide at their convenience from their mobile phones and tablets.