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No. Shared social interests have influence, little else these days, it's become a massive market.You know everyone pretty much consumes the same content right.
No. Shared social interests have influence, little else these days, it's become a massive market.
DStv has thinned things out too far, some of the excuse is world covid results but that isn't enough to justify much of what they're doing.
A more recent main issue is a drive for lots of local (including elsewhere in Africa) content, which isn't too popular despite their hype. Politically driven, cost will be a factor too, and SABC's disasterous outcome with that (loss of 50% of audience) isn't stopping them.
And your recent source, being out of Africa?You might want to recheck that statement, local and African continent seems to be very popular when you look at the viewer numbers it might not be popular on MyBB but this forum is not the target market so you view is skewed.
A bit tricky to use a streaming service if you only have ultra slow mobile data, as many farmers do. It's hugely better value to get the satellite option anyway because it's hardly any more expensive and you get a streaming account thrown in. So you can go halvies with a family member or friend, and each party gets their preference for how to watch.Actually you don't even need a dish
DStv has launched a standalone streaming service where customers can subscribe and watch all channels via the DStv app, without a decoder or satellite connection.businesstech.co.za
Sure, but their support is still excellent. And your TV should have cast support built-in. The 65" Samsung QLED in my lounge connects to my Android phone out the box without any special configuration.I have a PS5 for Netflix and other apps. F1 TV supporting neither my PS5 nor my Samsung Smart TV is an inconvenience.
Everything in SA isn't ****, and I don't think too many people hold that notion. It's government ineptitude and out of control violent crime that is the problem. But I'm not sure how DStv of all things is a stand-out feature down here. My friends/family in Canada, Scotland, Australia and NZ have much better TV and streaming services than what we have access to (before resorting to smart DNS services). Where did you move to?Not everywhere is vastly superior, I know people have this idea that everything in SA is **** and the minute you leave everything is great.
Yes there are better choices but there are also absolute ****.
Each channel should be a flat rate of 75 buxs, pick what you want
Otherwise go for the bundles on offer as they have advertised.
The reason i still subscribe to Dstv premium is for the news channels and history channel. So i want to see a package that offers news, documentary and latest movies channel. Not interested in the entertainment lineup due to poor content.
I love it when there's a rugby game or the F1 on Sunday and the quality looks like 480p on 1080p setting. How it's possible to **** up the load to a restricted service in South Africa in 2021 I don't know. And they pushing their online-only package while this still happens?Load of crap. Not worth it. Hell, their streaming doesn't even work properly. Pixilation on a 50Mbps fibre line and dropped connections? Pfft...no such issues with Netflix, Britbox or even YouTube.