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DStv announces new offer

February 25, 2016 By Ibrahim Tarawallie

In response to concerns raised by their valued subscribers, Transnational Sierra Leone Limited – the official agent of DStv – yesterday launched a campaign which will avail to Compact subscribers the biggest and best football leagues in the world.

Speaking during the official launch, the company’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Cecil E.O. Coker stated that the ‘Values Campaign’ entails providing great content at an affordable price to Compact subscribers.

He noted that though a very interesting year for the video entertainment industry, high inflation rates meant that consumers had to grapple with enormous financial pressure over the past months, thus challenging Transnational Sierra Leone to find creative ways to bring the best entertainment to their subscribers.

Mr. Coker explained that with the launch of the campaign, Compact subscribers would have the opportunity to watch the English Premier League and La Liga, as well as the Euro 2016 at no extra cost.

He added that the new offer would be available on two new SuperSport channels 11 and 12 which will be aired in both Standard and High Definition formats.

“For us at MultiChoice, subscriber needs are at the heart of everything we do and today’s announcement is possibly the most exciting and groundbreaking news we have made in the business recently. To kick-off this great campaign, I am excited to announce that as of today, we will be bringing our DStv Compact subscribers the biggest and best football leagues in the world,” he said.

He said the company was excitement to have been able to deliver the best football actions in the world to their Compact subscribers, while at the same time ensuring that the development doesn’t negatively impact them financially.

Also, Regional Marketing Manager of MultiChoice Africa, Nii Amah Dagadu said: “This is the best time to reconnect with DStv. We have slashed down the prices of our decoders by almost 70%.”

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