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EPL, La Liga and Euro 2016 now on DStv Compact


Everyone wants it, you’ve got it! From Tuesday, the 23rd of February 2016, the world’s best football leagues – the Barclays Premier League (EPL) and La Liga - and the Euro 2016 will be available to DStv Compact subscribers in all their HD glory, at no extra cost.

“One of MultiChoice’s key priorities is to put our subscribers’ needs at the heart of everything we do and since these have been tough economic times for everyone, we realised that our subscribers could use some good news,” says Mr. Cecil Sunkwa-Mills, the General Manager of MultiChoice Ghana. “We’re excited that we can now deliver the best football action in the world to our Compact subscribers while ensuring that this development doesn’t negatively impact them financially.”

SuperSport will launch two new sports channels, SuperSport 11 (DStv channel 211) and SuperSport 12 (DStv channel 212), which will be dedicated to showcasing the EPL and La Liga respectively on the DStv Compact bouquet.  This means that all Compact football fans will now be able to enjoy the biggest games of the season including this Saturday’smatch (28 February) on SS11 between long-time rivals, Arsenal and Manchester United!

More football excitement continues on SS12 in the Spanish league where Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Luis Suarez are leading what’s possibly the world’s most potent attack for Barcelona this football season. Can Barça claim their 24th La Liga crown against Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid this season? Watch as the two football teams test each other’s mettle on the 3rd of April when they meet in the first El Clasico derby of 2016 atBarça’s Camp Nou. In the meantime, Compact subscribers can also feast their eyes on other exciting Spanish matches including Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid on 27th February, Barcelona vs Sevilla on 28 Februarywhile Valencia will take on Atletico Madrid on 06 March. Catch the games plus highlights, magazine programming, pre-match discussions and panel shows on SS12.

As part of MultiChoice Africa’s ongoing efforts to improve our products and offering, DStv Compact subscribers can look forward to even more exciting sport and entertainment this year.  The Euro 2016 tournament which will kick off on 10 June until 10 July on the new SuperSport channels will keep our football loving subscribers enthralled while they wait for the next season to start in August 2016.

To further our efforts to ensure that our DStv Compact subscribers continue to enjoy this great offering at a price they can afford - the DStv Compact's monthly subscription rates, stays at the current rate of GHS160. 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, 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 your bouquet especially 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.

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