MultiChoice South Africa will increase the prices of all its DStv bouquets with effect from 1 April 2021, the company’s chief operating officer, Simon Camerer, revealed in an interview with TechCentral on Thursday.
MultiChoice Group has another rival streaming service to its new DStv Ultra personal video recorder and satellite decoder – this time it’s Amazon Web Services.
MultiChoice Group has expanded its repertoire with an agreement to buy a 20% stake in Africa-focused sports-betting platform BetKing for as much as R1.8-billion.
MultiChoice Group has officially launched its next-generation PVR decoder capable of delivering 4K content and Dolby Atmos audio, and is integrated with rival Netflix and its own streaming platform Showmax.
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Mark Rayner, CEO of MultiChoice South Africa, joins the podcast to discuss the major announcements made by the pay-television operator on Wednesday, including the launch of the DStv Explora Ultra.
MultiChoice Group has launched a “dishless” streaming version of DStv. The offering, which works using the DStv Now app or website, doesn’t require customers to buy and install a satellite dish and decoder.