DStv Get the Best festive campaign

MultiChoice Kenya cuts DStv decoder price by 50 percent to usher in the festive season.

Leading pay media provider MultiChoice Kenya has reduced the price of its DStv High Definition decoders by 50 percent, from Ksh11 000 to Ksh5 500, as part of its festive season campaign. The new unbeatable price is inclusive of the decoder, satellite dish, cabling and installation fee.

The promotion dubbed Drop the Rest, Get the Best will give Kenyans a chance to enjoy quality DStv content with over 120 international and local channels over the festive season at an affordable rate.

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“We have developed and heavily invested in quality content for our customers and the price cut offers an opportunity for new customers to sample our wide array of family content. Customers can get the full kit HD decoder plus installation at Ksh5 500 and choose a monthly bouquet of their preference,” said MultiChoice Kenya General Manager Chiruyi Walingo.

“Customers can opt for a DStv Access package at a cost of Ksh6 550, which includes the price of the decoder and a one month subscription or Ksh7 650 for the DStv Family package. One month of DStv Premium package subscription, which allows access to content such as English Premier League plus the high definition decoder will retail at Sh14 900. The DStv Compact bouquet will go for Ksh9 250 while DStv Compact Plus package will retail at Ksh11 900,” said Chiruyi.

Existing DStv customers are also encouraged to take advantage of this offer to upgrade to the HD decoder during the promotion period. The offer is also part of MultiChoice Kenya’s 20th anniversary celebrations.

As Multichoice Kenya launched its 20th anniversary celebrations last month, the company released a report detailing its contribution to the Kenyan economy. MultiChoice through its DStv and GOtv brands provides a combined 9 300 hours broadcast for local content contributing to the visibility of Kenyan and East African culture on-air through investing in prominent local shows and local channels.

“We will continue to promote the growth of the entertainment industry as more Kenyans gain access to the content on DStv which in turn will help build local content producers,” added Chiruyi.

MultiChoice Kenya accounts for over 40% of the money paid to production houses and the firm has been hailed for paying 50-100 percent more per episode for commissioned shows and films.