Luanda — Mutichoice Angola will increase as from April the price of their television services in the country, in order to correspond to its commercial commitments.
Speaking to ANGOP this Thursday, Multichoice's marketing director, Fernanda Carvalho said that the increase is made annually in April in the whole continent by Multichoice Africa.
Fernanda Carvalho stated that the increase is part of the company maintenance expenditure and satellite improvement, in an attempt to increase the channels.
The Portuguese bouquet (DStv Bué Mais) had an increase of USD 2.5 per month. The quarterly subscription will cost USD 175, whilst the French bouquet registered the same increase.
The English bouquet increased by USD 1 per month and the monthly subscription went up by three dollars.
Multichoice Angola was founded in 1998, as a subsidiary company of Multichoice Africa. It has offices in the provinces of Luanda, Cabinda, Lubango, Lobito, Namibe and Soyo.