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Under the latest fees, the Premium package will now pay Sh7500, from Sh7900, with a total of 127 world TV channels/FILE

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DStv kickstarts festive season with HD decoders offer

Customers who purchase the decoders will also get a satellite dish, cabling and installation free.

Customers who purchase the decoders will also get a satellite dish, cabling and installation free.

NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 26 – DStv High Definition decoders’ price has been cut by 50 percent and will be retailing Sh5,500 from Sh11,000.

According to MultiChoice Kenya, the price cut is part of its Drop The Rest, Get The Best promotion which is designed to usher in the festive season.

“We have launched this campaign in a bid to give back to Kenyans during this festive season. That is why we have launched it this early so that customers can have ample time to purchase the decoders and enjoy our unbeatable content,” MultiChoice Kenya Corporate Communications Manager Philip Wahome said during the announcement of the campaign.

Customers who purchase the decoders will also get a satellite dish, cabling and installation free.

The decoder will allow subscribers to enjoy over 120 international and local channels through the decoder’s various bouquets which include DStv Access and DStv Premium among others.

“Subscribers can opt for a DStv Access bouquet at a cost of Sh6,550 which includes the price of the decoder and a one month subscription or Sh7,650 for the Family bouquet. One month of Premium bouquet subscription which allows access to content such as English Premier League plus the high definition decoder will retail at Sh14, 900. The Compact bouquet will go for Sh9, 250 while Compact Plus bouquet will retail at Sh11, 900,” Wahome said.

He further explained that the leading pay media provider in Kenya had developed and invested heavily in quality content for its subscribers.
The promotion comes a month after the company marked its 20th anniversary since it was launched in Kenya.

It also comes after the company caused a major uproar on social media following the hike of its bouquet prices.

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