DStv price increase

MultiChoice raises prices on selected DStv bouquets; Full pricing details revealed

By - March 1, 2010
DStv price increase

MultiChoice today confirmed that it will be increase subscription prices for some of its DStv Pay-TV offerings. 

According to a company spokesperson MultiChoice would “like to advise all DStv and analogue customers that from 1 April 2010, the monthly DStv and analogue subscription rate will increase.”

This increase is reportedly intended “to accommodate the rise in cost of operations.”

Some packages, including DStv Select and DStv Easyview, will not see a rise in monthly subscription costs. Significantly the DStv Premium bouquet will be increased by R30 from R499 per month to R529 per month. 

The PVR access fee will also see an increase from R60 to R65 monthly. This is applicable to DStv subscribers who wish to access MultiChoice’s SD PVR and HD PVR offerings. 

Broadcast Service Old Price New Price
DSTv Premium R499.00 R529.00
DSTv Compact R219 .00 R232.00
DSTv Select R148.00 R148.00
DSTv Easy View R20.00 R20.00
MNet Analogue Channel R269.00 R285.00
PVR Access Fee R60.00 R65.00
XtraView Access Fee R60.00 R65.00
DSTv North Indian R237.00 R251.00
DSTv North Indian Add On R152.80 R162.00
DSTv South Indian R179.70 R190.50
DSTv South Indian Add On R115.60 R122.50
DSTv North and South Indian R416.70 R441.70
DSTv North and South Indian Add On R268.40 R284.50
East-Net R32.30 R34.20
DSTv Portuguesa R237.00 R251.20
DSTv Portuguesa Add On R152.80 R162.00
Zee TV R110.70 R117.30

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