MultiChoice has launched its Step-Up campaign this January for their customers on both DStv and GOtv platforms to take their viewing experience to the maximum level.
MultiChoice Nigeria Chief Customer Officer, Martin Mabutho said in a statement, “At MultiChoice, we put our customers at the heart of everything we do. This offer is just one of the ways in which we want to show our loyal customers that we value them. We understand the economic pressures that the beginning of the year can bring and for this reason, we have decided to meet our customers halfway in order to give them access to additional quality entertainment.”
Starting from the 15th of January, 2020, active and disconnected DStv Access, Family, Yanga, Confam, Compact, and Compact Plus customers who pay for their current packages will get a higher package for 30 days. GOtv Jolli, Plus, Jinja, Value & Lite customers also get to enjoy the same experience.
Through the step up and Max for Less campaign offers, we are giving our DStv and GOtv customers something to get excited about this January,” said in his statement.
We started this special offer back in 2019 as a way of giving customers on the lower packages a chance to enjoy quality video entertainment on our higher DStv and GOtv packages for less.
DStv customers on the Yanga package can pay N4,615 for Confam package and then get a boost to view programmes on the next higher package, Compact; while customers on the Confam package can pay N7,900 for Compact and instead view programs on Compact Plus package.
January is booked with different exciting programs such as, brand new seasons of exciting shows and drama series on Africa Magic starting with Date My Family S2 premiere on Sunday, January 17 at 6pm on AM Showcase; My Siblings & I S3 on Monday, January 18 at 6:30pm on AM Urban and Unmarried S2 on Wednesday, January 20 at 9pm on AM Showcase.
With this, Multichoice customers will be able to enjoy a wide array of content on their boosted offering including world-class sporting action alongside exciting local content, international movies, series, telenovelas, music, news and kids’ entertainment for a lesser amount.