DStv charges increase

MULTICHOICE Zimbabwe has increased subscription charges with effect from April 1 2015.

BATANAI MUTASA
OWN CORRESPONDENT

The Naspers-owned South African pay per view television service provider has been advising its customers of the increase in DStv bouquets from Monday.

According to the new price schedule, the increases range from $1 to $5 depending on the package.

The HD PVR premium bouquet, the subscription for the most expensive package, has been increased by $5 to $92 while the popular premium bouquet will now cost $81, up from $77.

Both access packages will cost $1 more at $11 up from $10.

DStv has proved the most sought after broadcasting alternative to the State-owned Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation television stations, which offer eyesore content.

DStv has proved the most sought after broadcasting alternative to the State-owned Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation television stations, which offer eyesore content.

DStv has proved the most sought after broadcasting alternative to the State-owned Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation television stations, which offer eyesore content.

Its biggest advantage has been global sports coverage resulting in a $1 difference between the regular compact and compact-plus sport bouquets.

Below is a comparative schedule of price increases.

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