Exciting launch offer of N5, 300 inclusive of 25 exciting channels, a GOtv decoder and 1 month subscription, an additional N1,600 for the GOtenna.
GOtv, the new digital terrestrial television (DTT) service has expanded its reach in the western part of the country, now covering Oshogbo, Ife, Ogbomosho and Akure.
This was disclosed at a media briefing held at the Leisure Spring Hotels in Oshogbo on Tuesday, 15 January 2014.
Subscribers in Oshogbo, Ife, Ogbomosho and Akure will have access to GOtv’s exciting and quality digital channels for a single price offer of N5,300 which gives subscribers a GOtv decoder and 1 month subscription while the GOtenna (outside antenna) can be purchased at a standalone price of N1,600.
For a monthly subscription of N1,500, they will have access to 25 channels, the greatest selection of local channels made in Africa for Africa as well as the best international channels.
“We at GOtv are constantly innovating to ensure we continue to deliver the best possible digital television to Nigeria. We come from a solid corporate background and family in which MultiChoice has a proud legacy of 20 years of providing the best digital television to Africa. Thus, not only are we passionate about digital television, but we are passionate about Africa – which is why GOtv is the home of great channels – made in Africa for Africa.” said Mrs Elizabeth Amkpa, General Manager GOtv Nigeria.
GOtv offers an exciting selection of channels containing news, children’s programming, documentaries, series and movies, music, and religious programming which are carefully selected to cater for a variety of different tastes and family viewing needs at a very affordable price.
The channel lineup includes Africa Magic, M-Net Movies Zone, Africa Magic Yoruba, Blackbelt TV, Telemundo, Televista, Vox Africa, Sony Entertainment Television, BET, E! Entertainment, SuperSport Blitz, SuperSport Select 2, CNN, NatGeo Wild, Disney Jnr, Nickelodeon, ED Channel, MTV Base, Channel O, TBN, Islam Channel, NTA, Lagos TV, Silverbird TV, and Channels.
GOtv is delivered to homes in Nigeria via the use of the latest DVB-T2 technology, which guarantees a once-off migration to the digital age.
With the use of DVB-T2 technology, GOtv gives subscribers a dramatic improvement on the dividend of terrestrial frequencies.
DVB-T2 technology standard allows for no less than 21 channels per frequency.
With GOtv, Nigerians can experience the digital television revolution in the comfort of their homes because GOtv delivers a selection of exciting channels in great picture and sound quality.
GOtv subscribers are encouraged to make use of the GOtenna (outside) for optimal signals.
With the GOtenna, customers should expect uninterrupted viewing and excellent picture quality.
“We encourage subscribers to take advantage of the GOtenna that is provided to ensure increased signal strength and better protection against mobile phone and car interference” urged Mrs. Amkpa.
The addition of these four cities makes GOtv’s exciting family entertainment now accessible in 18 cities across Nigeria; others cities covered by GOtv include – Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Lagos, Enugu, Benin, Aba, Owerri, Kano, Kaduna, Onitsha, Asaba, Uyo, Abuja and Calabar.