We know that someday, DStv will have to bend and reduce its arrogance just like MTN before the arrival of Globacom. Despite the laxity expressed by TSTV with its operations and sales of decoders after its launch, itâ€™s still denying MultiChoice some good night rest with some of its market strategy and offers.
If TSTV can just implement the Pay-As-You-Consume TV service that consumers are clamouring for, MultiChoice DStv will be sorry for themselves.
Recall that recently, MultiChoice Nigeria, operators of DStv stated that it was never possible to introduce Pay-As-You-Consume payment option to its operation in Nigeria due to some reason best known to them. Now, the South African base pay-Tv is already considering making the same it so-called impossible mission possible in the future if its business model and available technology would enable it.
The proposed pay-as-you-consume pricing scheme would charge users according to their effective resource consumption excluding interference.
According to MultiChoice, the company currently allows subscribers to suspend their subscriptions twice a year in case they are not of Africa.
Does the current DStv plan worth paying for at such exorbitant price? How many channels do you even watch on in 30 days?