This Day (Lagos)

Nigeria: SUVs and Other Freebies for DStv Subscribers

Several brand new Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs), all-expense-paid trips to South Africa to watch the forthcoming Africa Cup of Nations tournament taking place in January, LCD television sets and many more are among the thousands of freebies that have been lined up for subscribers of DStv, by MultiChoice, Nigeria's leading pay television company.

General Manager of the DStv Brand, Mayo Okunola, said the prizes which, are being given to DStv subscribers in its on-going DStv Mega promo seek to thank and reward customers for their loyalty to the DStv brand over the years.

"On account of the support of our customers, DStv has recorded enormous progress in Nigeria. The current promo is a token of appreciation to our customers even while we continue to avail them of unrivalled content spanning different genres from news and information to movies, drama, documentary, education and learning, music, sports and so much more, across more than 100 different channels," he said.

Every active subscriber paying to renew his subscription for upwards of three months will receive an instant prize. In addition, such a customer will be entered into a draw to win any of the prizes on offer, he said. Such customers he added could be subscribers to any of the five different DStv bouquets.

The Mega Promo he added is not restricted to existing customers as new customers who purchase a complete DStv system are also eligible not only for an instant gift, but also to be entered into the Mega promo.

The mega promo, which began in late November, is expected to run for the next few weeks and will be subject to terms and conditions. "We continue to be encouraged and inspired by the support and consistency of our customers," he said adding "This is just one little way of saying thank you for the loyalty through the years."

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