MultiChoice Malawi launches rewards programmes for DStv, GOtv subscriber

Pay-TV company, MultiChoice, has introduced two new incentive programmes, DStv THANKS and GOtv WOW, to reward subscribers for their loyalty.

Multichoice Launches Rewards Programmes For DStv & GOtv Customers

The two introduced programmes will from this month start offering exciting rewards for the loyal customers.

“We are delighted to launch DStv THANKS and GOtv WOW to say thank you to our valued customers. Our business is committed to putting customers at the heart of the business and one of the ways is to show our appreciation for their loyalty and unwavering support by offering them more value,” says Stephen Knight, MultiChoice Malawi General Manager.

“We remain committed to exploring various ways to improve our value-added benefits and create platforms where we can show gratitude for our customers for being part of our family.”

DStv THANKS and GOtv WOW are customer-focused programmes aimed at recognizing and rewarding subscribers for their commitment to the brands.

Customers who qualify for these programmes include those with subscriptions that have remained continuously connected to DStv and GOtv nonstop for three months or more.

Some of the exciting rewards that awaits loyal customers include two brand new entertainment channels for GO-getters as well as four additional entertainment channels on the DStv platform featuring the hottest telenovelas, movies and great local and international content for the whole family to enjoy, at no extra cost.

Knight said the entertainment channels offered as rewards will offer a fantastic line up of ‘not-to-be missed’ new shows with something for everyone in the family to enjoy.

The new channels include: Zee Bollymovies on DStv channel 114 and GOtv channel 12. This Bollywood movie channel offers a mix of classic and contemporary movies dubbed in English. Viasat Life on DStv channel 177 and GOtv 57. Look forward to factual entertainment channel with inspiring stories of ordinary people who have made it big, insightful and practical information.

Nina TV on DStv channel 143. Nina TV is a telenovela channel featuring African and Brazilian novelas of romance, passion, drama, suspense, action and vengeance. Trigger on DStv channel 188. Trigger is a male-skewed entertainment channel infused with a dash of macho.

For two weeks, starting on 7 March until 21 March, all DStv customers as well as GOtv Plus and GOtv Value customers will get the opportunity to experience unlimited access to these exciting channels offering a range of the latest quality content. Thereafter, all customers on Premium, Compact, Compact Plus, Family and Access plus GOtv Plus and GOtv Value who stay continuously connected for three months and more will have uninterrupted access to the channels.

“When putting together these programmes, we analysed the best global rewards programmes practice as well as what our customers love about the DStv and GOtv brands. The rewards offered had to provide greater value to our loyal customers beyond what they would normally get while also providing added motivation to stay loyal to our platforms,” added Knight.

“We’re confident that the rewards we have lined up for DStv THANKS and GOtv WOW will not only enhance our customers’ television viewing experience but also solidify their connection to our platforms.”

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5 years ago

fee must fall! it is cheaper in RSA why is it expensive in Malawi. Let subscrption fee fall

5 years ago

Nonsense! Why do you continue to quote in dollars while you pay your staff in local currency? The govt is sleeping.

Diego Soko
5 years ago

A Joke of the year, why cant you just reduce the subscriptions or start pay per view? Dont take people for granted.

5 years ago

This is a Joke ..right..the channels are trash,like seriously

5 years ago

Za zii! Subscription fees must fall!

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