The foremost digital satellite television operator in the country, Multichoice who owns DStv and GOtv has declared the company won’t introduce the ‘pay as you view’ tariff system despite a majority of subscribers clamouring for it.
This statement was made by the Chief Customer Officer of Multichoice, Martin Mabutho, during a media briefing in Lagos.
Mabatho said, “We are not going to introduce pay as you view system. Our contract with our suppliers is on month to month basis.
“What we do is to slash our prices in half to make our customers enjoy our services.’’
The South African company who owns DStv and GOtv has been the market leader in the satellite broadcast sector for the past 25 years and it has no plans to introduce the pay as you view tariff system.
Mabutho said Multichoice would continue to give acquisition promos or loyalty promos to customers every quarter as incentives.
Customers pay on a month to month basis to enjoy the services of the company whether channels are watched or not.