MultiChoice Reverses DSTV and GOtv Subscription Hikes

MultiChoice, the owner of  DStv and GOtv, has rolled back its recent price increase after a court ruling deemed it unjustifiable. 

The decision follows significant customer pushback, particularly in Nigeria, where over a million subscribers reportedly canceled their services.

MultiChoice initially raised prices, attributing the increases to economic challenges such as inflation and currency devaluation. However, the move backfired, leading to customer dissatisfaction and cancellations.

The price rollback brings a little relief to DStv and GOtv customers.

MultiChoice reflected the readjustment on its company apps as of Sunday, 16 June 2024.

While the court-mandated a month of free service for subscribers, MultiChoice’s stance on this remains unclear. The company intends to challenge the ruling, citing concerns about its business model.

The price rollback is expected to ease the financial burden on customers, especially during challenging economic times. Whether MultiChoice upholds the court’s additional ruling on a free month remains to be seen.

The revised prices are:


DStv Premium package: N29,500 (down from N37,000)

DStv Compact+ package: N19,800 (down from N25,000)

DStv Compact Bouquet: N12,500 (down from N15,700)

DStv Confam package: N7,400 (down from N9,300)

DStv Yanga package: N4,200 (down from N5,100)

DStv Padi package: N2,950 (down from N3,600)


GOtv subscribers will also benefit from reduced prices:

GOtv Super+ package: N12,500 (down from N15,700)

GOtv Super package: N7,600 (down from N9,600)

GOtv Max package: N5,700

GOtv Joli package: N3,950

GOtv Jinja package: N2,700 (down from N3,300)


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