DSTV Subscribers in Ghana have planned to boycott the increase in their Pay TV monthly subscription.
The subscribers asked Multichoice, owners of DStv and GoTV, to reduce its monthly subscription which will take effect in February 15th.
Some subscribers have also threatened to boycott the company’s services over the subscription conditions. Others revealed that most of DStv channels keep repeating contents.
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However, DSTV Ghana has issued a statement on social media to explain why there is an increase in their packages
Some subscribers on social media are not happy with DSTV new conditions.
Other subscribers also suggest the should be a package plan for sports channels only.
Check out some comments from social media below;
Your package and services are below standard.
Always repeating old stuff
Get us a football package of about 15 channels for a good price because that’s the only meaningful thing you have
A better business model in these hard days is to charge based on consumption. Paying 500¢ just to watch football on Saturdays, Sundays and some occasional Wednesdays.
“If it were to be you, how will you feel?”
We can’t pay these exorbitant prices so we will all #BoycottDStv
Using inflation to cover their insensitive increment no dey add up.
So naaa movie houses were acting before they knew streaming services take over their job. @DStv_Ghana continue messing up. #BoycottDStv
Daniel De-graft Kanfa writes on Facebook
Dear multichoice I appreciate your justification for the increase in prices, however.
I don’t think the only way to increase revenue to cater for your cost of operations is to increase prices of the bouquets. Can you also consider rather reducing prices drastically to attract more customers?
This strategy I believe can triple if not quadruple your revenue whiles ur cost of operations remain relatively the same.
Cos a chunk of ur cost of operations is the TV right subscriptions for the various European leagues which remains the same no matter the number of people you a re distributing to. Almost every household in Ghana would like to get DSTV or GoTV but the only challenge is your prices. So kindly consider this approach too. Thank you
Qwa-Jo Xavi writes
So in summary MultiChoice Ghana says make we no blame them but rather blame Nana Addo’s government
Nana abrɛ o