Last month, the TV operator, Multichoice sent a message to all their DStv customers concerning the increment in the prices of DStv’s subscription packages. This caused a massive eruption on social media, with most of the DStv customers threatening to stop using DStv if it happens.
It looks like such thing won’t happen after all, as a court has just stopped Multichoice from increasing DStv subscription prices. As we all heard, this price increment was supposed to take effect on the 1st of August 2018 but a court seating in Abuja prevented them from allowing their change to take effect.
The 21st of August 2018, saw Justice Nnamdi Dimgba grant on injuction restraining Multichoice from implementing their new rates. The court also restrained them from any contact capable of interfering with the regulatory process of the Consumer Protection Council (CPC). The orders were granted in Suit No: FHC/ABJ/CS/894/2018 Federal Republic of Nigeria v. Multi Choice Nigeria Limited.
This means that all DStv subscription prices remain the same, so you can go back and start enjoying non-stop entertainment from them.