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Customers can now pay for DStv services with Tigo Cash

MultiChoice Ghana Limited has partnered with Tigo Ghana to provide consumers and businesses with a real-time electronic payment channel.

The partnership between the two organizations provides a mobile payment facility for customers to pay for all the packages offered by MultiChoice Ghana. Self-service real-time payment options will be available for subscribers through the Tigo Cash Wallet, a secure mobile banking and payment mobile application designed for convenience and security.

Coming right on the heels of the MultiChoice self-service (*759#), the Tigo Cash partnership is another avenue for us to serve our subscribers better.” Cecil Sunkwa – Mills, General Manager MultiChoice Ghana, mentioned.

MultiChoice is always interested in finding different means of using technology to benefit our consumers, if you follow the trend of our decoder boxes and add-ons, you will notice that we always incorporate technology into our systems. It is the way forward. Tigo Cash is totally secure and convenient. There’s no need to worry about working hours, or visit any of our offices to make payments anymore”, she further added.

“To use the service to pay your MultiChoice subscription, all you need to do is dial *501# on your phone, select option 3 for ‘Pay Bill’, choose Utility under category, enter amount you wish to pay along with your reference number and select DStv and finally confirm with your 4-digit PIN” explained Tara Squire, Director of Mobile atTigo Ghana.

We are always looking for convenient ways to make our customers lives easy, helping them pay their bills with ease is a delight for us, we are glad to take the queue away”, he added.

MultiChoice Ghana offers packages that allow subscribers the flexibility in pricing and choice, ranging from DStv Premium, DStv Compact +, DStv Compact, DStv Family and DStv Access as well as GOtv Value and GOtv Plus bouquets. Specialist bouquets offer a range of exciting channels that cater specifically to various cultural and language markets such as the Indian, French, Chinese and Portuguese bouquets.

MultiChoice Ghana has also launched several new services and add on services such as DStv BoxOffice (now open to all Premium, Compact and Compact Plus subscribers), DStv CatchUp, DStvNow and DStv Online.

Tigo Cash Wallet is a secure and confidential account created on the SIM card upon registration, to safely store cash for all your transactions. Currently, Tigo Cash can be used to purchase airtime for both Tigo and other networks, and pay for goods and services such as Hello Food.


  1. Conveniently subscribe, make easy payment and renew the bills on your Gotv account. Simply check to get started. Then to also do the same for your DStv account, simply use


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