Digital television company, GOtv, has extended its services to 20 states as well as the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
Pay-TV company, GOtv, is expanding its services within Nigeria to more states, raising the number of states it covers to 20 out of the country’s 36 states. The new locations to enjoy GOtv’s signals and bouquets of entertainment are Awka in Anambra State, Ilorin in Kwara State, Nsukka in Enugu State, Umuahia in Abia State, Akure in Ondo State, Sagamu in Ogun State among other states. Potential subscribers in these new locations will now be able to enjoy top notch digital terrestrial pay-TV services and key into the impending digital shift about to occur all over the country by the middle of 2015.
GOtv also looks to provide more affordable alternatives to its customers while retaining the unique stamp of quality. To this end, it substantially subsidized its latest decoders to N2, 900. The subsidy is a part of its “Go Gaga” campaign with which it introduced its GOtv DVB T2 decoder to the market. The new decoder is recommended for use with a specially crafted outdoor antenna (cleverly dubbed GOtenna) to optimize signal reception and more stable pictures in less than ideal weather conditions.
For subscribers interested in picking up a GOtv decoder, it offers two bouquets both designed to be affordable while providing an excess of quality and varied entertainment and informative material. The GOtv bouquet offers 28 local and international stations and has a N1, 000 subscription fee per month for access. The GOtv Plus bouquet provides access to 41 diverse stations and comes with a monthly subscription fee of N1, 500. Both bouquets cover the gamut of popular television genres such as general entertainment, music, news and current affairs, sport and so on.
GOtv, whose parent company is continental heavyweight Multichoice, was founded in 2011 with the mission of providing top rate television programming to more Nigerians at more affordable prices. In recent times, the company has also been at the forefront of enabling the success of the country’s digital migration efforts.