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MultiChoice Nigeria launches Pay-Per-View concept

Monday 11 September 2017 | 09:29 CET | News
MultiChoice Nigeria has introduced Pay-Per-View (PPV), whereby viewers pay an additional fee to watch a particular programme either on a cable or a satellite TV, reports the Guardian. Head of Public Relations Caroline Oghuma said the concept is different from pay-as-you-go, which has been misconstrued to mean pay-per-view.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: MultiChoice / StarTimes
Countries: Nigeria
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I will be very happy if they can do pay as we watch for us in this country, I know for sure everybody will have DSTV or GOTV for there home, when I see this news am very happy, Light didnt allow us to enjoy what will payed money for, thanks.
Rabiu Mutiu Olayinka @ 19/9/2017 - 14:55


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