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DStv Ghana introduces newly launched SuperSport Channels on DStv Compact to Media


MultiChoice launched two new SuperSport channels, SS11 (DStv Channel 211) & SS12 (DStv Channel 212) on its Compact bouquet to bring its subscribers live EPL, La Liga league matches and the Euro 2016 once it begins in June.

Subsequently, DStv Ghana held a media engagement event on the 25th of February; with some sports journalists to brief them on the Value add campaign. The briefing was chaired by Cecil Sunkwa-Mills, the General Manager of MultiChoice Ghana who stated that said the matches of these leagues and Euro 2016 will be available to DStv Compact subscribers in High Definition, at no extra cost.

The DStv Compact's monthly subscription rates, stays at the current rate of GHc160. He continued that this was a as part of measures to mitigate financial difficulties faced by consumers while providing quality affordable entertainment.

“We are giving something back to our loyal subscribers at no extra cost - nonstop access to the best football in the world. This has been done in direct response to market conditions and after listening to subscriber feedback as part of our on-going strategy to deliver the best video entertainment to our customers at a price they can afford. This move has one objective – to delight subscribers by constantly offering them the best value”.

Earlier this month, Multichoice Ghana launched its biggest DStv decoder price slash yet. New customers can also buy the much talked about DStv Explora Decoder for GHc499 only discounted from GHc999 to record, pause and rewind live TV and well as access highlights on the Explora Catch Up service and Box Office Movie Rental.

Alternatively, subscribers can buy a fully installed Zapper decoder for GHc299 discounted from GHc399 and get an additional 2 months subscription to the Access Bouquet with an option to upgrade their bouquet to the Compact, when desired. Existing customers can also get an extra view decoder with either the discounted Ghc499 Explora decoder (from GHc999) or add on an extra Zapper decoder for your Extra view, for just GHc149 discounted from GHc199.

MultiChoice’s revamped DStv Compact bouquet  includes over 95 world class channels at a monthly subscription of GHc160. Some of the new channels include, AfricaMagic Urban, BBC Brit, CBeebies, Eva, M-City and Zee World, to name a few


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