How MultiChoice raises DStv and GOtv costs over a three-year period.

Multichoice, the broadcasting company, has announced a price increase across its offerings in Nigeria, marking the second increment in four months. The adjustments in package prices are set to take effect from May 1, 2024. Under the revised pricing, DStv Premium package will rise from N29,500 to N37,000, while DStv Compact+ will increase from N19,800 to N25,000, and Compact from N12,500 to N15,700. Similarly, Comfam package will move from N7,400 to N9,300, Yanga from N4,200 to N5,100, and Padi from N2,950 to N3,600. Additionally, HDPVR, Access Fees, and XtraView will all see increases from N4,000 to N5,000.

For GOtv, the Supa+ package will go up from N12,500 to N15,700, Supa package from N7,600 to N9,600, and Max package from N5,700 to N7,200. Furthermore, Jolli package will be adjusted from N3,950 to N4,850, Jinja from N2,700 to N3,300, and Smallie from N1,300 to N1,575. The decision follows a previous price review in December 2023, which saw a 20% increase across all packages. Earlier in April 2023, Multichoice had also raised prices by 17% on both DStv and GOtv packages. The company attributes these adjustments to the rising costs of business operations and inflation.

Customers have been notified of the impending changes through text messages, with options to retain current prices for up to 12 months by ensuring active subscriptions before April 30. This marks the latest in a series of price adjustments by Multichoice, reflecting ongoing economic challenges and operational costs. The revised prices reflect the company’s efforts to navigate economic realities while continuing to provide quality entertainment services to its subscribers.

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