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    Business DStv: Pay-as-you-go services underway for Nigerians — Rep member – Vanguard Nigeria News

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    Business Netflix can kill DStv, warns MultiChoice - My Broadband

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    Entertainment DStv, Gotv to screen Euro qualifiers, Nations League – The Nation News

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    Entertainment Ebonylife TV is parting ways with DSTV to focus on streaming - Ynaija

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    Video FG Moves To End DSTV's Monopoly, Says Multichoice Is Cheating Nigerians| Nigeria News Today | Latest dstv update

    Today's News Highlights Include https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/threads/fg-moves-to-end-dstvs-monopoly-says-multichoice-is-cheating-nigerians-punch-newspaper.427251/ https://www.nigerianbulletin.com/threads/boko-haram-attacks-un-helicopter-kills-two-in-borno-%E2%80%93-punch-nigeria-news.427246/...
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    Metro FG Moves To End DSTV's Monopoly, Says Multichoice Is Cheating Nigerians - Punch Newspaper

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    Business Multichoice Mulls Dropping EPL, UEFA Broadcast Rights - ThisDay Live

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    Business VAT: DStv increases Premium bouquet price to N16,200, other services affected – Businessday NG

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    Business Lockdown: NGO wants FG to compel DSTV, telecoms to cut charges – Vanguard News

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    Business MultiChoice slashes DStv, GOtv decoder prices – Vanguard News

    Multichoice Nigeria, owners of the pay-tv platforms, Digital System for Television, DSTV and GOtv has slashed the prices of its decoder for the world cup period. The company said its DSTV HD decoder, which includes a dish kit and one month subscription on the compact … Read more via...
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    Business MultiChoice, DSTV/GOTV to shut down June 2019 – The Sun News

    The Federal Government may have notified the management of MultiChoice DSTV/GOTV that their operations, in Nigeria, will come to an end in 2019 as their license expires June next year. According to a letter to that effect issued, on Tuesday, by the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation(NBC), the...
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    Business Nigerian Senate To Expel DSTV, MTN, Shoprite Over Xenophobic Attacks

    Nigerian Senate on Tuesday weighed the option of expelling South African companies in Nigeria over xenophobic attacks. This is coming as Nigerians in South African are at the mercy of various attacks by the citizens who believed that Nigerian citizens have taken over many of their jobs...
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    Metro Xenophobic Attacks: NANS Give MTN, Shoprite, DSTV 48 Hours to Vacate Nigeria

    Following the attack on Nigerian businesses in South Africa, the National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, has given South African firms in the country to leave in 48 hours or face the music. The students held a protest in Abuja on Thursday. The President of NANS, Mr. Kadiri Aruna, in...
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    HR Jobs In Nigeria: Multichoice Nigeria - Head of Human Resources

    MultiChoice South Africa's activities involve the operation of Pay-Television and internet subscriber platforms. The MultiChoice South Africa group includes the digital satellite Pay-Television business ("DStv"), which has been in operation since 1995. Other businesses in the group are; M-Net...
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    Business DSTV Reduces Prices of Subscription Across Africa, Plans Increase In Nigeria

    MultiChoice Limited, owners of DStv and GoTV, is set to reduce the monthly DStv subscription fees between 11 percent and 21 per cent from November 1, 2016 in several African countries, excluding Nigeria. DStv would also add several exciting channels to the lower-tiered bouquets in the black...
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    Business Multichoice Nigeria Introduces Option to Pause Active DStv Subscription

    Multichoice Nigeria has stated that Nigerians can now pause their active DStv subscription when they travel. Multichoice said the suspension will be upon request and a 48-hour notice that the account be suspended for a fixed period between seven to 14 days twice yearly. The firm said the new...
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    Business How DSTV Lost 288,000 Subscribers in Sub Sahara Africa in 2016

    Naspers, Africa’s biggest company by market value, said on Friday that its satellite payTV service DSTV lost 288,000 subscribers in the last one year as more people were not able to afford the service, the company’s chief executive said. Bob Van Dijk said the South African-based company decided...
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    Business Senate to Probe DSTV Over Unreasonable Subscription Hikes

    The Senate has instituted a probe into the activities of DSTV owned by the South African based Multichoice Africa, in Nigeria. At the plenary session yesterday, the Senators expressed dissatisfaction over the services of the company when Senator Isah Hamma Misau (APC, Bauchi Central) sponsored...