NAIROBI – PayTV service GOtv has launched the open bouquet at knocked down decoder prices designed to provide the best option for joining the digital television revolution. This bouquet will provide the best solution for television consumers to receive their local free to air channels in digital quality for a once off administration fee.

Mr Felix Kyengo, General Manager GOtv Kenya, said, “We at GOtv are constantly innovating to ensure we continue to deliver the best possible digital television to Kenya.”

The current single price offer is Kshs4499 which is a 28% decrease from the previous price. This comes with a GOtv decoder, GOtenna (outdoor antenna) and a one month subscription to GOtv Plus.

Once this GOtv plus month is up, subscribers will then have an option of continuing with either of the pay television options or pay a one off non-refundable fee of Kshs2600 with no monthly subscription to access to a range of free to air channels. GOtv currently offers both the GOtv and GOtv Plus bouquets which are packed with local and international channels.

GOtv Plus, which is currently at Kshs. 849, has 30 channels which include Supersport, M-Net and all local channels. GOtv, currently at Kshs.599 includes 21 channels including Supersport, M-Net and local channels. The new GOtv Open includes local channels such as Citizen, KBC, KTN, K**S TV, NTV and more others.

The General Manager noted that the company targets a countrywide launch of its bouquets ahead of the digital migration deadline. He said they are currently in five major towns, Nairobi, Mombasa, Nakuru, Kisumu and Kakamega.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Hi,my subscription for the package has expired,but why cant i view the local channels since they are free to air?
    _kindly assist me

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