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GOtv goes live in Nnewi, unveils Double Double promo

Hot on the heels of the recently introduced GOtv Double Double promo, services of digital terrestrial pay-TV, GOtv have been rolled-out in Nnewi, Anambra state. GOtv had previously covered Awka and Onitsha in Anambra state but this move gives more Nigerians the opportunity to benefit from the GOtv Double Double promo.
 
New subscribers in Nnewi and other parts of Nigeria who buy a GOtv T2-approved decoder and outdoor antenna for N4500, and pay one month GOtv Plus subscription within 48 hours of decoder purchase will be rewarded with two months extra viewing.
 
This means that at the expiration of the first subscription to the GOtv Plus bouquet, the subscriber will for another two months have access to 42 of the best international and local channels including; AfricaMagic Family, AIT, M-Net Movies Zone, Telemundo, Zee World, Discovery World, SuperSport Select, Al Jazeera, CNN, MTV Base, Soundcity, Disney Junior, Nickelodeon, JimJam, Islam Channel and Faith.
 
Public relations manager GOtv, Ms Efe Obiomah said: “Television lovers in Nnewi and environs, who take advantage of the GOtv Double Double promo, will live in a world of unforgettable experiences and enjoy a double dose of entertainment. By paying a one month subscription within 48 hours of decoder purchase, they will enjoy double drama on Africa Magic, double sporting action on SuperSport, double adventure on the best kiddies’ channels, and double romance from the latest telenovelas and Bollywood series”.
 
GOtv offers two bouquets; GOtv Plus with a 42-channel offering and GOtv Value which gives 28 channels. Both bouquets give subscribers a wide variety of international and local channels catering to the different viewing preferences of members of the family. Monthly subscriptions to the GOtv Plus and GOtv Value bouquets are N1,800 and N1,200 respectively.
 
GOtv footprint now reaches Abuja, the federal capital territory and 24 states across Nigeria. It’s rapid and extensive roll-out is in support of the digital migration in Nigeria.