Multichoice Nigeria has stated that the reason for the increase in the subscription fees of DSTV and GOTV bouquets is simply “ Inflation“. They also stated that the price increase cuts across all the African countries where they operate and it does not only apply to Nigeria. They actually refer to the price increase as “an annual price increase“, which means there’ll always be a price increase every year.

A lot of people have been clamouring for them to introduce a pay-as-you-watch plan or the opportunity to select the channels you want to watch and get charged based on that, but that is yet to see the light of day. You get to pay for it whether you watch or not.

To protest this increment, someone has created a Twitter account, @BoycottDstvNG where people in support of the protest have been getting together. See some of the tweets below


If you want to join the protest, you can also sign the petition against DSTV’s price increment on


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  2. […] Earlier in the year Multichoice announced that there would be a 20% price increase on all of their DSTV and GOTV bouquets. They also said that the price would come into effect on April 1, 2015. A lot of people tried to protest against the price increase both online and offline. However, it yielded no fruit as Multichoice stuck to their promise of the price increase. The main reason they gave for the price increase was “Inflation”. (Read more about their reason in my post titled “See the reason Multichoice gave for the increase in DSTV subscription fees and the way people are pr…“). […]

  3. That too bad of DSTV increasing subscription fees with there service that is poor under rainy season. I don’t even hear any thing again about the out come the court judgement


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