MultiChoice Uganda is running a campaign where DStv and GOtv customers will be able to upgrade to a higher bouquet if they renew their subscription on time.
They say the ‘Step Up’ offer gives loyal customers more reason to stay connected in the new year.
The campaign was launched on January 15 January and will run until February 29.
Active and disconnected DStv Compact Plus, Compact, Access and Family customers as well as GOtv Plus, Value and Lite customers who pay for their their current package will be bumped up to a higher package for 30 days of access to a wider viewing experience.
“MultiChoice’s mission is to put our customers at the heart of everything we do. This offer is just one of the ways in which we want to show our loyal customers that we value them. We understand the economic pressures that the beginning of the year can bring, and this is a great opportunity to enrich lives with access to additional quality entertainment on us,” said Sauya Nakayiga, the Head of Retention, MultiChoice Uganda.
The announcement of the Step Up campaign comes after the DStv Tweyanziza and Ssasanya Amajja campaigns which were announced with the strain of January budgets on DStv and GOtv customers in mind.
“With all the offers we have given our customers, our aim is to ease the strain of January on them in whatever way possible, to ensure that they can still afford to enjoy their favourite entertainment during this time period, said Joan Semanda Kizza, the PR and Communications Manager for MultiChoice Uganda.
Active DStv customers on Compact Plus, Compact, Family and Access and GOtv Plus, Value and Lite customers can take advantage of this offer to sample entertainment available on higher packages by paying their subscription on time. Customers who are currently disconnected can simply reconnect during the offer period to benefit.
DStv and GOtv customers will be able to enjoy a wide array of content on their boosted offering including world-class sporting action alongside exciting local content, international movies, series, telenovelas, music, news and kids’ entertainment for less.