GOtv, Nigeria's fastest growing pay Television service provider in the mass-market segment is offering its existing and new subscribers mouth-watering prizes in its end of year promo. The prizes range from return tickets to watch the African Cup of Nations 2013 (AFCON) in South Africa as well as LCD Television sets, electricity generators and Walka devices, among many others.
Announcing the promo in Lagos, General Manager, GOtv, Mrs. Elizabeth Amkpa, said the promotion was to reward existing GOtv subscribers across the country for their loyalty since the introduction of the pay TV service to the Nigerian market, and to also offer the majority of Nigerians an opportunity to access quality programming at very affordable rates.
Amkpa further noted that both new and existing subscribers have equal chances of winning any of the prizes on offer upon the purchase of either a complete GOtv system for new subscribers, or maintaining subscription for upwards of three months for active subscribers.
"Since the launch of the GOtv brand, we have extended the service beyond Lagos to many more communities across Nigeria. We have been able to bring to the homes of thousands of Nigerians quality TV programming, be it sports, movies, news, documentaries, general entertainment programmes, at subscription rates that are within the means of most Nigerians. In order to make GOtv service even more accessible, the equipment required to access GOtv content is plug-and-play. Most Nigerians can set up and start watching GOtv programmes without resorting to the service of a professional installer," she added.
The ongoing GOtv promo, which kicked off late November, is expected to run for the next few weeks to herald the New Year
The GOtv brand is positioned to give majority of Nigerians access to quality TV programming that is way ahead of other providers in its category. It offers programmes across a broad spectrum that covers entertainment and movies, children, documentary, music, news and commerce, religion and sport.
Since the maiden launch of GOtv in Ibadan on 15 October 2011, its coverage has spread to Port Harcourt, Lagos and Enugu and Benin City. The GOtv system uses the latest DVB-T2 technology to offer viewers affordable family entertainment that features two rich bouquets, consisting of 26 channels for GOtv bouquet and 34 channels for GOtv Plus. GOtv is a product of MultiChoice, Africa's leading premium TV content provider.