Multichoice slashes subscriptions prices in Zimbabwe

Great news for television lovers in Zimbabwe – the revolution has arrived and everyone will continue to enjoy great family entertainment as MultiChoice delivers even more value to DStv Premium, DStv Compact Plus, DStv Compact and DStv Family!

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MultiChoice has announced a decrease on DStv subscription prices alongside a massive content upgrade on DStv packages, effective on 1 November 2016.

Today’s announcement introduces even greater changes to benefit customers – these include:

DStv Premium:  More for less – more HD and pop-up channels at 11% less

DStv Premium remains the ultimate television entertainment experience in Zimbabwe – with the best of everything including the world’s most popular local and international channels. To entrench real value, DStv Premium will now offer more for less with an unbelievable reduction of 11% on the subscription price from 1 November, the new subscription price will be $72.

With the addition of eight high definition (HD) channels, customers can now watch more of their favourite shows including the latest and exclusive first run movies, drama, comedy and sport in picture-perfect, crystal clear quality on the 20 HD channels now available to them.

Also this October, DStv Premium customers will celebrate with M-Net on the M-Net Movies Blockparty pop-up channel on 109, and can look forward to more exciting pop-up channels in the coming months like the M-Net Movies Harry Potter pop-up channel which will run from 4 to 14 November.

DStv Compact Plus:  Gets bigger and better with eight new channels at a 15% reduction in price

In a major revamp of DStv Compact Plus, customers will enjoy more fantastic channels with buzzworthy original series plus hilarious local sitcoms, riveting talk shows and thought-provoking documentaries previously only available on the DStv Premium package along with a 15% drop in subscription price to $47.

As of 1 November, new channels will include Vuzu AMP, Lifetime, Discovery channel,Crime & Investigation, HISTORY channel, Africa Magic Showcase and a new channel coming soon to DStv to bring the best of Nollywood content to the package is ROK. DStv Compact Plus will also be injected with extra sports content with the addition of moreUefa Champions League matches alongside the best European Football leagues and the Europa league on SuperSport 6 (SS6).

DStv Compact: Three new channels and a 12% price drop in price!

DStv Compact will receive a 12% price drop to $28 and will retain the previous addition of the Premier League and La Liga earlier this year. In additional to this, customers will now get even more content from the best of English programming on ITV Choice (123) as well as a trip down memory lane with the nostalgic movies on TCM (137). This November, DStv Compact customers will get a local content boost with the launch of an exciting new channel, ROK.

DStv Family: Two new channels at a 21% price CUT!

The DStv Family package will be reduced by 21% to $17 and will be boosted with two additional channels Eva (141) for the best and latest telenovelas from Latin America dubbed in English along with an exciting mix of US dramas, comedies and unscripted programming including the latest season of the critically-acclaimed Empire series on and FOX (125).

Norman Raisbeck, the General Manager of MultiChoice Zimbabwe:

This significant price drop, coupled with the major boost in entertainment value across all DStv packages demonstrates our commitment to ensuring DStv customers receive the best possible access to great entertainment and outstanding value. For new customers the price reductions in both subscription prices will ensure that great family entertainment is available to everyone at the most affordable price. 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 pushing as hard as we can to delight every television entertainment fan in Africa.

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  • knowledge manyika

    still cheaper to buy a decoder in s.a and pay your subs there .