Court order: MultiChoice readjusts DStv, GOtv subscription rates

MultiChoice has readjusted its subscription rates for DStv and GOtv users in Nigeria, a sequel to a court order mandating it to halt the move to hike prices.

Though the South African-owned company had insisted on challenging the order of the Competition and Consumer Protection Tribunal’s ruling in Abuja, MultiChoice reflected the readjustment on its company’s apps as of Sunday, June 16, 2024.

Following the readjustments, DStv subscribers will now pay N29,500 instead of N37,000 for the Premium package, while Compact+ package subscribers can now pay N19,800 instead of the new price of N25,000.

The readjustment now has Compact Bouquet subscribers paying N12,500 instead of N15,700, while Confam package subscribers will pay the old price of N7,400 instead of N9,300 per month.

For the Yanga package subscribers, the old rate of N4,200 will be paid against the new rate; while Padi subscribers will pay the former price of N2,950 instead of N3,600.

The same goes for GOtv subscribers, who are now required to pay the old rates of N12,500 for the Super+ package instead of N15,700.

GOtv Super users are required to pay N7,600 from N9,600, which the company charged; GOtv Max subscribers are to pay N5,700; GOtv Joli, N3,950; and N2,700 for GOtv Jinja.

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