Nairobi, August 22, 2016: GOtv Kenya will mark 5 years this week since its launch in 2011. As part of the celebrations, the video entertainment service provider has announced a 28 and53percent cut in monthly subscription price of its two bouquets, GOtv Value and GOtv Lite respectively.
The price reduction affects the Value and Lite bouquets only and took effect from Saturday, 20th August 2016. GOtv subscribers on GOtv Value bouquet will now pay Ksh. 470 down from Sh650 per month. On the other hand, customers on GOtv Lite bouquet will now pay Ksh160 per month or Ksh. 375 per quarter or Ksh. 840 per annum down from Ksh1800.
‘This cut in price is a show of increased commitment by GOtv to deliver the most affordable digital family entertainment to its subscribers. Our subscribers will pay less but still enjoy the same quality of entertainment. They will also continue to access the same number of channels on their respective bouquets only at a lower rate,” said GOtv Kenya General Manager, Mr. Felix Kyengo.
GOtv Kenya was first launched in 2011 and has been providing the best quality and affordable pay TV services in three different bouquets namely: GOtv Lite, GOtv Value and GOtv Plus.
“GOtv was introduced to help Kenyans migrate from analogue TV signal to digital and has for the last five years enabled them to take advantage of access to an increased number of television channels and picture clarity compared to what they received with analogue terrestrial devices all at the most affordable prices,” said Mr. Kyengo.
During the last five years, GOtv has also risen to become the most popular pay-tv service in Kenya. Two independent surveys by Geopoll and KARF (Kenya Audience Research Foundation) revealed GOtv accounts for 41percent of the local pay-tv market.
“GOtv remains the most popular decoder in Kenya, due to its affordability and wide range of entertainment channels. Our mission is to constantly be at the cutting edge of new technology that enables GOtv subscribers to enjoy the very best home television experience,” said Mr Kyengo. “We are proud that GOtv channels remain the best quality and consistently deliver new and exciting programming that enhances subscribers’ viewing pleasure.”
Other than a price reduction, GOtv has also added extra channels on its GOtv Lite Bouquet to ensure subscribers don’t miss out on any great entertainment. The two new channels namelyEmmanuel TV and SuperSort Blitz are in addition to the 14 existing TV channels on the bouquet.
In addition, GOtv continues to provide unmatched sports content on its SuperSport Select and SuperSport Select 2 channels where subscribers can watch live events like the just concludedRio Olympics, Kenya Premier League and football form the best leagues in the world, at no extra cost.
“To boost our customer experience, we recently unveiled over 30 customer service centres countrywide where customers obtain after sales support such as decoder diagnoses and sales, software upgrades, repair or replacement faulty decoders, consumer education (self-help service techniques), installation services, Subscription payment, purchase accessories among others,” said Kyengo.
GOtv Value subscribers have access to over 25 channels including sports, news, general entertainment, children’s programming, and religious content.
GOtv Plus offers its subscribers over 40 channels among others Africa Magic channels, Mnet Movies Zone, Telemundo, Sony Entertainment, Zee World, SuperSport 2, SuperSport Blitz, Nat Geo Wild, CNN in addition to all local free to air channel.
For more information, visit our website www.gotvafrica.com