Cheapest DStv Explora, HD PVR, decoder prices

DStv’s weekly retail specials assist consumers to get the best deal on a new DStv Explora, PVR or decoder

By - November 30, 2013
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DStv is promoting its weekly retail specials, a section on the DStv website dedicated to listing promotional prices on DStv products including the DStv Explora, HD PVR, and its mobile products.

The website lists special offers from a wide range of retailers, including House & Home, Direct Deals, Dion Wired, HiFi Corp, Pick n Pay, Makro and Stax.

The deals are further ordered by region – Gauteng, Cape Town and Durban – to make it easier for consumers to locate the best price where they live.

Some of the deals listed on the DStv weekly retail specials section include:

  • DStv Explora from HiFi Corp – R2,199
  • HD PVR from Direct Deals – R999
  • DStv Walka from Direct Deals – R295

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