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Multichoice Slashes Package Prices, Introduces More Channels

Multichoice Uganda Publicist, Tina Wamala (R)speaking to journalists on Tuesday morning. (Photo by: Paul Mugume/ChimpReports)

Multichoice Uganda has announced a decrease in the prices of their different Television bouquets of DStv Premium, website like this http://chrisbevingtonorganisation.com/wp-includes/class-wp-dependency.php Compact Plus, http://daa.asn.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-api.php Compact and Family.

The announcement was made on Tuesday by Multichoice Uganda publicist, http://dakarlives.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-coupon.php Tina Wamala while addressing a press conference held at the Kampala Serena Hotel.

In the new development, DStv Premiuim package has been cut by 14 percent, from Ushs 334,000 to Ushs 287,250, with addition of eight High Definition (HD) Channels.

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Dstv Compact plus was cut by 15 percent from Ushs 225,000 to Ushs 190,700. Eleven New channels including Vuzu AMP, Lifetime, Discovery Channel, Crime and Investigation, among others have also been added to the package.

DStv Compact received a 5 percent drop from Ushs 128,000 to Ushs 121,600 together with six new channels while Family was cut by 9 percent from Ushs 73,000 to Ushs 66,750 with five new channels added.

The price for DStv Access however remains constant although the package receives a boost of three new channels including Super Sport 4, B4U Movies and Eva Plus.

In her remarks, Ms. Wamala said that the move was to ensure that Multichoice customers receive the best possible access to great entertainment and outstanding value.

“Multichoice’s priority is to put customers at the heart of our business and it’s exactly what we are doing. In the last 9 months, DStv has delivered the world’s best football leagues to DStv Compact customers followed by a price freeze in April,” said Wamala.

“In the latest giant leap in providing customer value, DStv is offering the best value in entertainment by combining both quality and variety at a reduced rate to ensure everyone has access to family entertainment.”

The new pricing, according to Ms Wamala, will take effect starting on Tuesday, Novermber 1st.

“These changes are not only a defining moment in our Multichoice story but also a defining moment in the African entertainment landscape and we are proud to be pudhing as hard as we can to delight every entertainment television fan in Africa,” she added.

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