GOtv Ghana Slashes Decoder Prices To GhS 99 (Video)

Today, GOtv Ghana Limited announced a massive 50% reduction in prices for its decoders. Speaking at a press briefing in Accra, Kingsley Afful, General Manager, GOtv Ghana, said “GOtv’ s mission is to deliver value to our customers by making great entertainment more accessible and affordable at the new decoder price of Ghs99.” Adding that this new decoder price of Ghs 99, still comes with one month viewing of the GOtv Plus package and a standard GOtv antennae starting from the 1st of July.

GOtv has three packages namely GOtv Lite, GOtv Value and GOtv Plus from which subscribers can choose; with monthly subscription set at Ghs 9, Ghs 18 and Ghs 45 a respectively. Whether its local telenovelas, the excitement of world class sport or the latest global blockbusters, our investment in leading-edge content and technology systems deliver the shows that people love into their living rooms at the most affordable prices.

Mr. Afful said we are reshaping our business to improve our customers’ experience, whenever and wherever they engage with us. Adding that GOtv listens to its customers to understand their changing lives, the pressures they face and what matters most to them and we are committed to using these insights to put customers at the heart of all the decisions that we make every day.

“In December last year the National Communication Authority issued us with a Type Approval Certificate for our GOtv Decoders. This means all GOtv decoders are ready for use after digital migration” says Kingsley Afful. He explains that all persons who have purchased GOtv decoders already will not need a new decoder when Ghana migrates onto the digital broadcast platform.

He urged customers to visit any GOtv dealer country wide from the 1st of July to purchase a digital migration ready decoder at this new price we have announced today

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