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Multichoice South Africa discontinues DStv Mobile on 31 October

Monday 1 October 2018 | 09:17 CET | News
MultiChoice South Africa has announced that its DStv Mobile service will end on 31 October, reports MyBroadband. DStv Mobile TV launched in 2010 and used DVB-H technology, so customers could watch on their phone, laptop, or tablet via a Drifta mobile decoder. The service cost ZAR 49 per month and DStv Premium customers received one DStv Mobile subscription for free, with extra ones charged at ZAR 49 per month each. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: DStv / DStv Mobile / MultiChoice
Countries: South Africa
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