(Update) New GOtv & DStv Subscription Prices 2023
Starting from May 1st 2023 multichoice which is the owner of GOtv and DStv will increase their pay-tv monthly subscription prices. If you wish to know the new prices then continue reading.
On Tuesday, MultiChoice Nigeria announced an increase in the cost of its DStv and GOtv subscriptions. Customers were informed via text message that the higher tariffs would go into effect on May 1, 2023.
The pay TV provider justified the price increase by citing increases in the cost of doing business. Your DStv monthly subscription (premium) will increase to N24,500 on May 1. Ensure you’re active by April 30 to keep your former rate of N21,000 for up to a year.
As a result of the recent rate increase, it is reasonable to assume that the monthly cost of the Compact+ bouquet would increase from N14,250 to N16,600. Subscribing to the Compact bouquet will now cost N10,500, up from N9,000, while the Confam bundle would increase in price from N5,300 to N6,200.
Viewers of the DStv Yanga and Padi packages will now pay N3,500 and N2,500, up from the previous prices of N2,950 and N2,150. Meanwhile, the price of the GOtv Supa package has increased to N6,400 from N5,500, while the price of GOtv Max has increased to N4,850 from N4,150.
Additionally, the GOtv Jolli package price will increase to N3,300 from N2,800, the GOtv Jinja package price will increase to N2,250 from N1,900, and the GOtv Lite package price will increase from N900 to N1,100.
GOtv old price VS new subscription price
The table below will show you the old GOtv subscription price and the new price that will take effect on 1st May 2023
|GOtv Packages||Old price||New Price|
DStv old price VS new subscription price
As for DStv, below are the old and new price lists and if you lock the old price then you will start to pay the new price starting from May 2023.
|DStv Packages||Old Price||New Price|
Despite the price hikes, MultiChoice Nigeria is offering a price lock for subscribers who renew their packages before the expiration date. If subscribers continue to pay on a monthly basis until their subscriptions expire, they will be able to pay the previous prices for 12 months.
Conclusion: Its clear that things are getting worse in Nigeria, while many are struggling to eat multichoice are busing maximizing their profit, yes we understand that cost of running business in Nigeria is not fair but increase their rate at this point in time is like putting fuel into the burning fire. Let me see your opinion in the comment section below.