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CPC lauds MultiChoice for complying with consumer rights

Thursday 30 June 2016 | 13:06 CET | News
The Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has praised MultiChoice Nigeria for complying with all its orders after its investigation into Multichoice's Digital Satellite Television (DStv), Tribune reported. CPC director-general Dupe Atoki said the operator has now introduced toll-free lines for customers to reach its call centre, which now operates longer hours at weekends and public holidays, as well as allowing customers to put their accounts on hold while they are away on holiday for a maximum of 14 days, twice annually.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: DStv Mobile / MultiChoice
Countries: Nigeria
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