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Angola's TV Cabo increases prices for third time this year

Thursday 17 September 2020 | 15:14 CET | News
Angolan pay-TV operator TV Cabo will update its price list as of 15 October, the third price adjustment this year alone, reports Angop. According to the operator, the cheapest package (Viv XS) will cost AOA 14.850, while the most expensive (Viv BXXXL) will cost AOA 119.550. The previous price hikes took place in February and May. TV Cabo said it received clearance to raise the prices. 

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