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Kenya: DStv cuts subscription rates by up to 10 p.c

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Multichoice Kenya has slashed subscription charges for pay TV service by up to 10 per cent prices alongside both local and international content upgrade on all DStv packages.

The new rates which the firm said was as a result of tough economic environment as well as response to customer needs, will take effect on September 1.

Customers subscribed to premium package will pay Sh7,900 down from Sh8,180 previously, with those subscribed to compact bouquet will pay Sh3,200 from 3,550 previously, while Access subscribers will now pay Sh950 from Sh1,050 they previously paid to access the channels.

“We want to reward them for their ongoing loyalty and support by providing them with the best local and international entertainment. We will do our bit by adjusting the price of their DStv packages to make them more affordable while adding more value,” said MultiChoice Kenya Managing Director, Eric Odipo.

 

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