MultiChoice is required by court order to lower DStv and GOtv user fees

The top satellite TV operator in Nigeria, MultiChoice, was compelled to change the cost of subscription for DStv and GOtv customers in the nation.
the corporation was forced to stop its latest price hike by a court order, which had caused a sharp drop in its subscriber base.

The corporation had initially raised its rates, citing inflation and growing costs, but both consumers and government regulators strongly objected to the decision.Following that, MultiChoice was directed by the Competition and Consumer Protection Tribunal (CCPT) in Abuja to return to its previous rates while the complaint was being heard in full.

As per the court judgment, MultiChoice has now adjusted the subscription prices for both DStv and GOtv customers.

The DStv Premium package was lowered from N37,000 to N29,500 as a result of the new tariffs, which went into effect on June 16, 2024. The Compact+ package was lowered from N25,000 to N19,800.

Comparably, the Confam package has been lowered from N9,300 to N7,400, and the Compact Bouquet package has been lowered from N15,700 to N12,500.

Prices for GOtv customers have also been lowered; the Super+ package was previously priced at N15,700, but it now costs N12,500, and the Super package was formerly priced at N9,600, but it is now only N7,600.

Reduced from N6,300 to N5,700 is the GOtv Max bundle, and from N4,500 to N3,950 is the GOtv Joli package. The N2,700 GOtv Jinja package was previously N3,200.

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