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MultiChoice Tanzania launches BoxOffice VoD service

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MultiChoice Tanzania launched its BoxOffice service for broadband customers to rent films. Operations Manager Ronald Shelukindo said Box Office allows subscribers to rent and watch the latest blockbuster movies in the comfort of their homes on their Explora decoders, the Daily News reported. With the service, DStv subscribers can keep movies for up to 48 hours, for a minimum fee of TZS 4,400 per movie. Movie categories vary from comedy, drama and family movies to horror and fantasy. DStv Box Office is now available to Premium, Compact Plus and Compact subscribers. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: MultiChoice
Countries: Tanzania, United Republic of
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