DStv still working on bundle with uncapped fiber

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DStv still working on bundle with uncapped fiber

MultiChoice is still busy developing a bundle which will combine a DStv subscriptions with uncapped Internet service packages.

MultiChoice CEO Calvo Mawela and COO Simon Camerer previously told MyBroadband they were planning to launch a DStv offerings which included uncapped fibre.

They are planning to make the bundled product more affordable than paying for the services separately.
 

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IPTV product from DSTV with strict account sharing and a reasonable price will keep them alive. else they're going away.

unlike the US cable/sat providers that are large enough to absorb and adapt, this little subsidiary will dissolve

No Gov backing to leech off of like SABC, and their only USP is sport.
 

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Fuggem, been rid of them for more than 4 years now they cured both my cravings for type-of-service & k@k-attitude companies.

My only regret is that it doesn't also take just one email to rid myself of k@k government too..
 
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You just can't deliver fokkol... The standalone streaming offering you have been promising since 2015 still hasn't seen the light of day... You incompetent buffoons!
 

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Yeah... Pvr fee plus a new bundle fee for the convenience, and a single access fee as well maybe.
In defence of the access fee, you do get to link a decoder for the price one instead of paying a whole new sum for a different account.
 

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In defence of the access fee, you do get to link a decoder for the price one instead of paying a whole new sum for a different account.

No defence.

Sky as an example offers the same for "free" as part of their subscription if you have the box already, or you pay a monthly fee and get an additional box. Also looks like they support up to 4 additional different viewing environments.
 

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Bet they wish Naspers merged them with MWEB when they had the opportunity.
 

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No defence.

Sky as an example offers the same for "free" as part of their subscription if you have the box already, or you pay a monthly fee and get an additional box. Also looks like they support up to 4 additional different viewing environments.
Loss taken.
 

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Loss taken.

:p

Generally if DSTV do something and charge for it, you can be sure that other providers offer a similar service and more than likely offer it for free, or offer it in a much better fashion
 
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