MultiChoice Uganda, the home of great Pay TV entertainment has today announced the Closer Together campaign alongside the tiering down of four (4) channels to the GOtv Value at the MultiChoice Uganda head offices in Kololo, Kampala.

It follows a successful two-month ‘Tumbiiza GOtv’ campaign that had seen decoder prices dropped by 23%. Speaking at the launch, Joan Semanda Kizza, the PR & Communications Manager, MultiChoice Uganda said that the new offerings will give GOtv Value customers more choices of entertaining content and value for money.

“The new channels added effective 01st April, 2021 to GOtv Value bouquet include; Telemundo, B4U Movies, Trace Mziki and SS Football,” Semanda elucidated, adding that, “Now, the GOtv Value package will add cutting edge drama, movie, music and sports entertainment that had been exclusive to the GOtv Plus and GOtv Max packages.”

According to Colin Asiimwe, MultiChoice Uganda’s Head of Marketing, “GOtv is known to be the most accessible home of great family entertainment. With the Closer Together campaign, we are reechoing that GOtv is your favorite place for variety of content at the most affordable rates, moreover at a time when economic shocks are still being felt, due to Covid-19.”

“To everyone out there who hadn’t yet bought a GOtv decoder, this is the ideal time to make the decision to be associated with friendly brand that is like a good friend,” Asiimwe added.

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For the last seven years, GOtv has been popular among Ugandan families as the preferred Pay Tv service provider that offers value and a wide range of entertainment channels for everyone, allowing them to enjoy what they love regardless of age.

About MultiChoice Uganda
Established in 1994, MultiChoice Uganda has made an estimated US$150 million contribution to the national economy and has spurred rapid growth in the film and video-entertainment sector by commissioning some 10 000 hours of locally-produced content.
Rooted in Ugandan society, MultiChoice Uganda is 100% owned by MultiChoice Africa Holdings. Customers have a choice of five packages delivered via the DStv satellite platform with a total of over 140 channels as well as three packages via the GOtv digital terrestrial (DTT) service.

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