Eight Things To Do With Your DStv/GOtv Subscription Savings

By Soko Directory Team / September 14, 2019 | 9:09 am



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You may have heard sweet whisperings that MultiChoice Africa will be slashing their DStv subscription prices across East Africa, and this may have caused daydreams about what you can do with all that spare change.

An extra cup of foamy, caffeinated deliciousness every day? More moola for your monthly shopping? Or how about more data to stream all your favorite shows?

We’re here to fuel your bubble – not burst it – by letting you know that from 1 September, subscribers to various DStv and GOtv channel packages in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Mozambique will enjoy monthly price reductions of varying degrees.

Depending on your country and channel bouquet, you can experience savings anywhere from 5% up to 37% –MultiChoice Africa’s way of ensuring that they continue to deliver leading entertainment to homes across the continent, despite the current challenging economic climate.

Before you pop open your beverage of choice to celebrate, let’s consider some of the things you can do with the savings you’ll be making from the upcoming price cuts:

  • Without the added financial strain, you could pay for your DStv subscription in advance, allowing you to enjoy endless movies, shows and sport for the month without the worry of getting cut off.
  • Pay off any debt faster – use the money you would’ve spent on the additional cost of your subscription to make a credit card or store account payment. Not the most glamorous way to use the extra cash but definitely the smartest option.
  • Increase the basket size of your groceries every month – you and your family can now afford to spend a little more on food, drinks, and household products. Add that fancy brand of butter to your cart, go on.
  • Speaking of family meals, spoil your loved ones with a delicious dinner at one of your all-time favorite restaurants, followed by ice cream for everyone.
  • Buy data to live-stream those binge-worthy comedies, tear-jerking dramas and riveting crime documentaries via your smartphone, tablet or desktop through the DStv Now App.
  • Add the spare change to your rainy-day fund – whether you end up using these savings for emergency car repairs, an unexpected out-of-hospital medical cost or a family crisis, you’ll be glad that you planned ahead.
  • Start a holiday fund – put the savings away every month to eventually cash them in for a trip to your dream destination.
  • Or simply, Treat Yo Self  life is short, splurge a little. A couple’s massage for you and boo, a round of mimosas for the girls or a new fragrance for summer, the choice is yours.

While you’re at it, enjoy unrivaled entertainment anytime and anywhere by downloading the DStv Now App onto your mobile device to stream the content.

You can also ensure in disturbed service my managing your account via MyDStv App and MyGOtv App respectively, where you can manage your account by paying your bills, clearing error codes, and so much more.

With so many home entertainment options out there and constant daily costs to think about, you can count on MultiChoice to continue to offer value for money on their services. As such, both DStv and GOtv remain as trusted household staples across Africa.





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