MultiChoice subscribers in kenya Kenya for the DSTV will now watch their favourite shows for less cost.
This came after the South African firm, which bills its customers in dollars, announced a subscription price cut effective November 1.
The company says that it has reduced the bouquet prices by between five and 15 per cent in response to customer needs and the current tough economic environment.
Those subscribers on the Premium tariff plan will now enjoy 13% drop, and pay Sh 8,180, down from Sh9,400 per month.
The Compact Plus users will on the other hand have part with Sh5,425 every month, down from Sh6,400.
Those Customers on the Compact Plan will enjoy a Sh200 drop in monthly charges to Sh3,550 as the Family Bouquet fans pay Sh1,900, representing a decrease of Sh250.
The disadvantaged are those subscribed to the cheapest package as their rates remains unchanged at Sh1,050 per month. MultiChoice has also added between three and 11 channels to these bouquets.
“MultiChoice focus is committed to being a consumer-centric business that is sensitive to our customers’ needs,” said Stephen Isaboke, MultiChoice East Africa’s regional director.
“As such, we have taken into account the current economic environment and financial pressures that our customers are facing and are responding to these factors.”