The Media Blog: DStv is not afraid of Nigerians again, you know

In Kenya, because they have sense, they have begun to move away from DStv and its high subscription rates.

The company had announced an increase in price due to operation costs, so the customers in that same market, decided to move to other options – and save DStv more operations. Less operations = less operation cost, abi?

So they announced a new price regime (we love that peculiarly Nigerian phrase) starting on 1 November.

See the table of prices, with percentage deduction.

DStv PackageOld PriceNew PriceDeviation
PremiumKsh.9,400Ksh.8,18013% off
Compact PlusKsh.6,400Ksh.5,42515% off
CompactKsh.3,750Ksh.3,5505% off
Family BouquetKsh.2,150Ksh.1,90012% off
Family AccessKsh.1,050Ksh.1,0500% off

 

And that’s not all o. They added more channels for them.

The Premium bouquet subscribers will now receive an extra 4 new High Definition (HD) channels. This brings to 16 the number of HD channels available with the package. Compact Plus gets 11 new channels and Company bouquet gets six. Family bouquet and Family Access package get 5 and 3.

And you Nigerians are still here, because you don’t your power.

One comment

  1. You that you’re talking are you Senegalese. What move have you made. abeg park well

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